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LIST 



JANUARY I, 1952 



FOREIGN 

SERVICE 

LIST 




JANUARY 1, 1952 






NOTE: To avoid delay and insure prompt attention, 
correspondence upon consular business should be ad- 
dressed, for example, to-- 

The American Consulate 
Niagara Falls 

Ontario, Canada 






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DEPARTMENT OF STATE 

PUBUCATION 4427 

Released February 1952 



OFFICE OF PUBLIC AFFAIRS 
DIVISION OF PUBLICATIONS 



The printing of this publication has been approved by the Director of the Bureau of the Budget (July 11, 1950) 

For sale by the Superintendent of Documents, U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington25, D.C. 
Price 45 cents. Subscription price $1. 50 a year; $2.00 foreign 



CONTENTS 

Page 

Abbreviations and Symbols iv 

Post Information Iv 

Categories and Salaries of Foreign Service Personnel and Technical Cooperation 

Administration Personnel v 

Explanatory Note vi 

Posts of Assignment 1 

Personnel Assigned to the Department 101 

Personnel on Special and Temporary DetaU 107 

Personnel on Detail as Inspectors 107 

Personnel on Leave or Assigned to Posts Closed, Etc 107 

Special Offices . . . _. 107 

Economic Cooperation Administration Ill 

Description of Consular Districts 131 

Allocation of Entitles to Consular Districts by Countries or Areas 142 

Tariff of United States Foreign Service Fees 161 

Index of Persons 165 

Geographic Index 205 

iii 



ABBREVIATIONS AND SYMBOLS 



AA office of army attach^ 

act acting 

admin administration 

admin administrative 

A. E. and ambassador extraordinary and pleni- 

P. potentiary 

agri agricultural 

agri agriculture 

agt agent 

Air A office of air attach^ 

alt alternate 

ARA Bureau of Inter-American Affairs 

(x4735) 

asst assistant 

att attach^ 

atty attorney 

bd board 

bldg building 

br branch 

chm chairman 

C consulate 

CA consular agency 

CG consulate general 

elk clerk 

CM class of career minister 

cml commercial 

com commerce 

comm committee 

commn commission 

commr commissioner 

cons consul or consular 

constr construction 

couns counselor 

ct court 

del delegate 

dep deputy 

dept department 

dir director 

dist district 

div division 

E embassy (after name of post) 

EGA Economic Gooperation Administration 

EGE Office of U.S. Del. to Econ. Gommn. 

for Europe 

econ economic 

ed editor or editorial 

E. E. and envoy extraordinary and minister pleni- 

M. P. potentiary 

elect electrical 

emb embassy 

EUR Bureau of European Affairs (x2480) 



exec executive 

FE Bureau of Far Eastern Affairs (x5932) 

for foreign 

FSO Foreign Service officer 

FSR Foreign Service Reserve officer 

FSS Foreign Service Staff officer 

gen general 

GER Bureau of German Affairs (x5429) 

HIGOG Office of U.S. High Gommr. for 

Germany 

lAR International Authority on the Ruhr 

ICAO Int. Givil Aviation Org. 

Info information 

insp inspector 

intell intelligence 

jr junior 

L legation (after name of post) 

leg legation 

M mission 

MDAP Mutual Defense Assistance Program 

mem member 

mgmt management 

mgr manager 

mil military 

NA office of naval attache 

NAG North Atlantic Gouncil 

nat national 

NATO North Atlantic Treaty Organization 

NEA Bureau of Near Eastern, South Asian 

and African Affairs (x3588) • 

org organization 

pol political 

pub publisher or publication 

rep representative 

RIAS Radio in American sector 

sec secretary 

ser service 

SHAPE Supreme Headquarters of Allied 

Powers in Europe 

S.P. special purpose post 

sr senior 

supt superintendent 

TGA Technical Gooperation Administration 

UNRWA --- United Nations Relief and Works 

Agency for Palestine Refugees 

USGOA U.S. High Gommr. for Austria 

USEE Office of U.S. Info, and Educational 

Exchange 

USP Office of U. S. Political Adviser 

v. c vice consul 



POST INFORMATION 



Openings, closings, and changes in rank from 
October 1, 1951 to January 1, 1952. 

Offices opened 

Tainan, Formosa (official opening date not yet 
determined) 

Offices changed in rank 

Tripoli, Libya, changed from consulate general 
to legation on December 24, 1951. 

Vienna, Austria, changed from a legation to 
embassy on November 28, 1951. 



Offices closed 




None 




Breakdown of posts as 


of January 1, 1952 


Embassies 


59 


Legations 


14 


Consulates General 


52 


Consulates 


126 


Consular Agencies 


29 


Political Advisers' 




Offices 


7 


USEE offices 


10 


TOTAL 


297 



Iv 



CATEGORIES AND SALABlES OF FOREIGN SERVICE PERSONNEL 



Foreign Service Officers 
Class of Career Minister- $14,300 



Class 1 $12,800 to $14,300 

Class 2 - 11, 130 to 12,700 

Class 3 9, 130 to 11,030 



Class 4 — $6,963 to $8,863 

Class 5 - 5,313 to 6,713 

Class 6 '- 3,993 to 5,093 



Foreign Service Reserve Officers 



Class 1 $12,800 to $14,300 

Class 2 11, 130 to 12,700 

Class 3 9, 130 to 11,030 



Class 4 
Class 5 
Class 6 



$6,963 to $8,863 
5,313 to 6,713 
3,993 to 5,093 



Foreign Service Staff Officers and Employees 



Class 1 $ 9, 950 to $11, 130 

Class 2 — - 9, 230 to 10,250 

Class 3 8,481 to 9,441 

Class 4 7, 689 to 8,649 

Class 5 —- 7,095 to 8,115 

Class 6 6, 501 to 7,401 

Class?— 5, 907 to 6,807 

Class 8 5,313 to 6,213 

Class 9 — 4,719 to 5,619 

Class 10 -- 4,323 to 5,223 

Class 11 3, 927 to 4,647 



Class 12 $3, 531 to $4, 251 

Class 13 -- 3, 150 to 3,870 

Class 14 2,790 to 3,510 

Class 15 2,610 to 3,150 

Class 16 - 2,430 to 2,790 

Class 17 2,250 to 2,610 

Class 18 2,070 to 2,430 

Class 19 - 1,890 to 2,250 

Class 20 -- --- 1,710 to 2,070 

Class 21 1,530 to 1,890 

Class 22 - 1,350 to 1,710 



CATEGORIES AND SALARIES OF TECHNICAL COOPERATION ADMINISTRATION PERSONNEL 



(Point Four Officers and Employees) 



Class 1 $12,800 to $14,300 

Class 2 - 11, 130 to 12, 700 

Class 3 9, 130 to 11,030 

Class 4 6, 963 to 8,863 

Class 5 5,313 to 6,713 

Class 6 4, 719 to 5,619 

Class 7 4, 323 to 5,223 

Class 8 3, 927 to 4,647 

Class 9 3, 531 to 4,251 

Class 10 3, 150 to 3,870 

Class 11 2, 790 to 3,510 



EXPLANATORY NOTE 



Because of increased costs of compilation and printing and because of the growth in 
personnel in the Foreign Service, it has been necessary to make revisions in the classes 
of personnel listed in the Foreign Service List. 

Beginning with the issue of October 1, 1951, the List has included the following: all 
chiefs of mission; all Foreign Service officers; all Foreign Service Reserve officers; all 
Foreign Service Staff officers of class nine and above; all Technical Cooperation Admin- 
istration officers of class nine and above; and certain Foreign Service Staff officers of 
classes ten, eleven, and twelve only when assigned to posts with a complement of one, two, 
and/or three officers. 

This issue, January 1, 1952, includes the sections showing the posts of assignment, the 
consular districts, the tariff of Foreign Service fees, the index of persons, and the geo- 
graphic index. 

The April, July, and October issues include only the posts of assignment and the two 
indexes. 

Only those actions received in the Division of Publications prior to the fifteenth of the 
month preceding the month in which this List is dated are included. This List is compiled 
and edited by the General Editing Branch, Division of Publications. Please report to that 
Branch any necessary corrections. 



VI 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 1 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Salary 



KalnU (E) 



(AA & Air A) ■ 



Buenos Aires (E) 



(AA, NA, &AirA) 



AFGHANISTAN 

George R. Merrell, A. E. and P 

John Evarts Horner, 1st sec. ; cons 

Joseph Leeming, 2d sec 

Gordon D. King, 2d sec 

Robert B. Dreessen, 2d sec; v. c 

James D. Moffett, 2d sec. ; v. c 

Col. Alan F. S. Mackenzie, sr. mil. 
att. ; army att. 

Lt. Col. John B. Pattison, air att 

Capt. George O. Warner, asst. air att -- 
Capt. James R. Nolan, asst. air att.^ — 

ARGENTINA 

Ellsworth Bunker, A. E. and P 

Lester DeWitt Mallory, couns. of emb. 

with personal rank of minister. 
Joe D. Walstrom, couns. of emb. for 

econ. affairs. 
Rol)ert Granville Caldwell, couns. of emb 

James F. Grady, att 

Warren H. McKenney, att. ^ 

John C. Pool, 1st sec. ; cons 

Robert C. Martindale, 1st sec. ; cons — 

Richard M. Connell, 1st sec; cons 

Edwin E. Vallon, att 

Kenneth J. Yearns, 1st sec ; cons, gen - 

Clarence A. Boonstra, 1st sec 

Jack B. Neathery, 2d sec. ; cons 

Andy George Wilkison, att 

Eugene Francis Karst, att 

Victor E. Campbell, att -- 

James A. Noel, att 

Connie R. Herron, att 

Carl F. Norden, 2d sec. ; cons 

James E. Bowers, 2d sec 

William B. Hart, att 

Roy T. Davis, Jr. , 2d sec. ; cons 

Cleveland B. McKnight, 2d sec. ; cons — 

Joseph J. Montllor, 2d sec. ; cons 

Ray Sena, Jr., asst. att 

Earle S. Pittman, gen. sers. officer 

Abraham Vigil, v. c 

Robert D. Barton, asst. att. (Rosario) — 

William B. Murray, asst. att 

Charles M. Urruela, 2d sec. ; v. c 

Gilbert A. Crandall, asst. att 

Oscar H. Guerra, v. c 

Richards. Sampson, v. c 

Viron P. Vaky, 2d sec. ; v. c 

William R. Hazen, v. c 

Robert Wade Seward, Jr. , 3d sec. ; v. c - 
Isabel Gladys Conroy, act. personnel 

officer . 

Angel R. Marrero, econ. officer 

John M. Cluff, 3dsec.;v. c 

Max Ray Caldwell, asst. att 

Charles C. Wilson, Jr., asst. att 

Brig. Gen. Burton M. Hovey, Jr., sr, 

mil. att. ; air att.* 
Col. Christian H. Clarke, Jr., army 

att.'' 



Apr. 19, 1951 
Jan. 25, 1951 
Mar. 15, 1950 
Aug. 31, 1949 
Apr. 5, 1950 
June 27, 1951 

Dec. 20, 1949 

Mar. 20, 1950 
Apr. 25, 1950 
Oct. 24, 1951 



FSO-CM - 




FSO-4 --- 


$ 8, 163 


FSR-4 --- 


7,263 


FSR-5 --- 


5,713 


FSO-5 --- 


5,513 


FSO-5 --- 


5,313 







Mar 


13 


1951 


May 


23 


1949 


July 


19 


1949 


Nov. 


30 


1948 


May 


1 


1947 


June 


5 


1950 


June 29 


1950 


Apr. 


9 


1951 


Oct. 


23 


1951 


May 


17 


1948 


Aug. 


29 


1949 


Dec. 


14 


1948 


Oct. 


4 


1950 


Oct. 


21 


1948 


Aug. 


23 


1950 


July 


19 


1951 


June 


17 


1949 


Aug. 


27 


1951 


Mar 


24 


1949 


Jan. 


12 


1950 


Sept 


25 


1951 


Aug. 


23 


1948 


Nov. 


2 


1949 


July 


17 


1950 


June 


7 


1951 


Dec. 


13 


1950 


Dec. 


15 


1950 


Jan. 


17 


1949 


Sept 


26 


1951 


Nov. 


23 


1949 


Sept 


27 


1951 


Nov. 


23 


1949 


Sept 


5 


1950 


Dec. 


10 


1951 


Apr. 


5 


1950 


Jan. 


25 


1951 


Oct. 


28 


1948 


Oct. 


30 


1949 


Jan. 


26 


1951 


Feb. 


19 


1951 


May 


28 


1951 


Jan. 


5 


1949 


Oct. 


19 


1948 



FSO-1 



FSO-1 --- 


12,800 


FSR-2 --- 


11,850 


FSS-2 - — 


10, 250 


FSS-2 --- 


10,250 


FSO-3 — 


10,030 


FSO-3 --- 


10, 030 


FSO-3 — - 


10,030 


FSR-3 - — 


10,030 


FSO-3 - — 


9,730 


FSO-3 --- 


9,430 


FSO-4 --- 


8,463 


FSR-4 — - 


8,463 


FSR-4 -- 


8,463 


FSR-4 --- 


8,163 


FSS-4 - — 


7,689 


FSS-4 -- 


7,689 


FSO-4 -- 


7,563 


FSR-4 — 


7,563 


FSS-5 — 


7,095 


FSO-4 — 


6,963 


FSO-4 -- 


6,963 


FSO-4 -- 


6,963 


FSS-7 — - 


6,267 


FSS-8 - — 


5,853 


FSS-8 — 


5,853 


FSS-8 - — 


5,673 


FSS-9 --- 


5,619 


FSO-5 --- 


5,513 


FSR-5 --- 


5,513 


FSS-8 - — 


5,493 


FSS-8 -- 


5,493 


FSO-5 --- 


5,313 


FSS-9 - — 


5,259 


FSO-6 --- 


5,093 


FSS-9 -- 


4,899 


FSS-9 -- 


4,899 


FSO-6 -- 


4,793 


FSS-9 -- 


4,719 


FSR-6 — 


4,593 



13,600 



^The listing of officers by post is according to salary and not according to rank. The relative rank of offi- 
cers of the three categories of Foreign Service personnel will be determined by Foreign Service Regulations. 
'Assigned to Kabul and Karachi. 

Assigned also to Bogot^, Lima, Montevideo, Quito, Rio de Janeiro, and Santiago. 
* Assigned also to Asuncion. 



I 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 1952 



Post 



^|^.me and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Salary 



Buenos Aires (E)- -Con- 
tinued. 

(AA, NA, & Air A)- 
Continued. 



ARGENTINA--Continued 

Capt. William Ashby Evans, naval att. 

and naval att. for air.^ 
Lt. Col. Edward D. Fitzpatrick, asst. 

army att. 
Lt. Comdr. Jack Bender Darragh, asst. 

naval att. and asst. naval att. for air. 

Col. Duane L. Kime, asst. air att 

Lt. Col. Charles H. Roadman, asst. air 

att. 2 
Maj. Fernando J. Fernandez, asst. air 

att. 1 



Aug. 29, 1950 

Oct. 2, 1951 

Mar. 31, 1951 

May 30, 1950 
June 23, 1951 

Feb. 18, 1949 



AUSTRALIA 



Canberra, Australian Capi- 
tal Territory (E). 



(AA, NA, & Air A) 



Adelaide, South Australia 

(C). 
Brisbane, Queensland (C) 
Melbourne, Victoria (C) - 



Perth, Western Australia 

(C). 
Sydney, New South Wales 

(CO). 



Pete Jarman, A. E. and P 

Richard W. Byrd, couns. ofemb- 
Dennis A. Flinn, 2d sec 

Julian L. Nugent, Jr., 2d sec -- 
Harry G. French, admin. officer- 
Cora C. Briskey, econ. asst 



Col. Rufus S. Ramey, sr. mil. att.; 

army att.^ 
Capt. Robert Wayne Denbo, naval att. and 

naval att. for air.* 

Col. Frank W. Gillespie, air att. * 

Lt. Comdr. Robert Douglas Macklin, asst 

naval att. and asst. naval att. tor air.* 
Maj. George A. Iflirich, asst. airatt. *-- 
Maj. James K. Clark, asst. air att. ' 

John F. O'Grady, v. c 

Cyril L. F. Thiel, cons - 

Samuel J. Fletchef, cons, gen 

Henry E. Stebbins, cons, gen 

Charles S. Millet, cons 

Geraldine LeMay, librarian 

James T. Rush, v. c 

Russell C. Heater, v. c 

Jamer. D. Crane, v. c 

Thelma Passo, v. c 

Edward C. Ingraham, Jr., v. c 

Hubert H. Buzbee, Jr., v. c 

Donald W. Smith, cons, gen 

Harris R. Hungerford, cons 

Thomas Clyde M. Robinson, cons 

William Estill Phipps, Jr., cons 

Harold E. Hall, cons 

Sanford Menter, cons 

Richard H. Stephens, v. c 

Herbert L. Weiner, v. c 

Arthur I. Wortzel, v. c 

North Clive Burn, v. c 



Jime 


8 


, 1949 


Nov. 


20 


, 1950 


Nov. 


13 


1950 


Nov. 


22 


1950 


Dec. 


25 


1949 


June 


2 


1949 


Aug. 


24 


1951 


Nov. 


23 


1948 


May 


22 


1951 


Jan. 


30 


1951 


Sept 


10 


1951 


Apr. 


26 


1949 


Dec. 


5 


1949 


Nov. 


25 


1947 


June 30 


1951 


July 


29 


1949 


May 


18 


1949 


Sept 


18 


1950 


Mar 


8 


1951 


Aug. 


1 


1951 


Oct. 


12 


1951 


Nov. 


16 


1951 


Oct. 


12 


1948 


July 


13 


1950 


Aug. 


8 


1949 


Nov. 


28 


1949 


Mar. 


26 


1951 


Dec. 


2 


1949 


Aug. 


u 


1950 


Jan. 


25 


1950 


Apr. 


1 


1949 


Jan. 


23 


1951 


Mar. 


29 


1951 



FSO-2 
FSO-4 
FSO-4 
FSS-9 
FSS-9 



511, 500 
8,163 
7,563 
5,619 
4,899 



FSS-6 - 

FSO-4 - 
FSO-2 - 
FSO-2 - 
FSO-4 - 
FSS-8 - 
FSS-9 - 
FSO-6 - 
FSO-6 - 
FSS-9 - 
FSO-5 - 
FSS-11 
FSO-1 - 
FSS-2 - 
FSS-3 - 
FSR-4 - 
FSS-5 - 
FSS-6 - 
FSO-5 - 
FSO-5 - 
FSO-6 - 
FSO-6 - 



6,501 

8,463 
12, 700 
11,500 
8,463 
5,493 
5,079 
4,793 
4,793 
4,719 
5,313 
4,647 
12,800 
10,250 
8,961 
7,563 
7,275 
6,681 
5,913 
5,313 
4,993 
4,793 



AUSTRIA (EMBASSY AND OFFICE OF THE U.S. HIGH COMMISSIONER FOR AUSTRIA (E AND USCOA)) 



Office of the Chief of Mis- 
sion and U. S. High 
Commissioner. 



Vienna 

Walter J. Donnelly, A. E. and P. ; U.S. 

high commr. 
Walter C. Dowling, couns. of emb. ; dep. 

high commr. 
James Espy, special asst. to amb. ; 1st 

sec. ; cons.* 



^Assigned also to Asuncion. 

^Assigned to Asuncion, Buenos Aires, Rio de Janeiro, and Santiago. 

^Resident in Melbourne. 

■'Assigned also to Wellington; resident in Melbourne. 

'Assigned to Canberra and Wellington. 

'Resident in Salzburg. 



Sept. 20, 1950 
May 1, 1949 
July 20, 1951 



FSO-CM 
FSO-1 — 
FSO-3 -- 



12, 800 
9,730 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Salary 



Office of the Chief of Mis- 
sion and U. S. High 
Commissioner- -Continued. 



Political Division - 



Economic Division 



Public Affairs Division — 



AUSTRIA (E AND USCOA)-- Continued 



Vienna- -Continued 



Wolfgang Lehmann, 
Mary E. Hunt, sec ■ 
John A. Brogan, 3d, 



asst. liaison officer 



admin, asst 



Fred K. Salter, 1st sec. ; cons. ; pol. of- 
ficer. 

Carroll M. Terry, 1st sec. ; cons 

Coburn Kidd, 1st sec. ; dir. of pol. div -- 
Horace G. Torb^rt, Jr., 1st sec. ; cons. ; 

pol. officer. 
Clifton P. English, 2d sec. ; cons. ; pol. 

officer. 
Findley Burns, Jr. , 2d sec. ; cons. ; pol. 

officer. 
Michael A. Farrell, chief of displaced 

persons br. 
Arthur A. Compton, 2d sec. ; pol. officer 
William Kurylchek, displaced persons 

officer (Salzburg). 
Johannes V. Imhof, v. c. ; pol. analyst -- 
Spencer Eugene Roberts, att. ; pol. officer 
William Friedman, 2d sec. ; pol. officer - 
Robert J. Mautner, 2d sec. ; v. c. ; pol. 

officer. 
Tenant Harrington Bagley, asst. att. ; pol. 

officer. 
Robert Lester Addis, asst. att. ; pol. 

asst. 

Ben H. Thibodeaux, couns. of emb. for 

econ. affairs; dir. of econ. div. 
Milton M. Turner, civil air att. ; chief of 

civil aviation br. 
Herman B. Brotman, labor officer; chief 

of labor and social admin, br. 
Richard D. Fretwell, chief of transport 

br. 
Frederic C. Fornes, Jr. , 1st sec. ; cons. ; 

chief of trade, com., and industry br. 
Gardner E. Palmer, 1st sec. ; cons. ; 

chief of econ. policy and financial br. 
Frank Neill Rush, chief of communica- 
tions br. 
Philips. Bogart, civil aviation officer -- 

Henry Clay Lint, att. ; econ. officer 

Ben H. Mayfield, agri. officer 

Clinton L. Olson, 2d sec. ; cons. ; liaison 

officer. 
Everett C. O'Neal, att. ; econ. officer-— 

Gizella I. Huber, econ. officer 

Frans Spelman, econ. officer 

Richard A. O. Schwartz, asst. att. ; agri. 

officer. 
William S. Krason, asst. att. ; econ. 

officer. 
Leo Alfred Yanke, asst. att. ; econ. 

officer . 

Mary S. Olmsted, 2d sec; v. c 

Robert W. Clifton, civil aviation officer - 

Murray M. Mondscheim, staff asst 

Earl L. Hart, agri. officer 

Judson Russell Stickney, agri. officer — 

Charles Knox Moffly, 1st sec. ; dir. of 

public affairs div. 
Ernest Wilder Spaulding, 1st sec. ; 

cultural affairs officer. 

William H. Hale, info, officer 

Joseph M. Roland, cultural affairs officer 



July 2, 1951 
Sept. 20, 1950 
Jan. 31, 1951 

Sept. 23, 1950 

Mar. 7, 1951 
June 5, 1950 
Aug. 1, 1951 

Nov. 8, 1950 

July 1, 1951 

Oct. 16, 1950 

Jan. 18, 1951 
Oct. 16, 1950 

Feb. 7, 1950 
Sept. 12, 1950 
Jan. 15, 1951 
Apr. 13, 1950 

May 25, 1951 

June 18, 1951 



Nov. 

Nov. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Jan. 

Dec. 

Feb. 

Dec. 
Apr. 
Feb. 
May 

Apr. 
May 
Oct. 
Jan. 

Aug. 

May 

Dec. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 



8, 1950 
17, 1950 
16, 1950 
16, 1950 

10, 1950 

8, 1950 

15, 1951 

23, 1950 

16, 1950 

14, 1951 

11, 1948 

15, 1950 

9, 1950 

16, 1950 
13, 1945 

15, 1951 
9, 1950 

3, 1951 

16, 1950 
16, 1950 
16, 1950 
16, 1950 



Sept. 12, 1950 

Dec. 27, 1948 

Dec. 16, 1950 
Nov. 8, 1950 



FSS-5 
FSS-9 --- 
FSS-9 - — 

FSO-3 — 

FSO-3 --- 
FSR-3 — - 
FSO-3 - — 

FSO-4 — 

FSO-4 — - 

FSS-5 — 

FSO-4 — 
FSS-7 — 

FSS-7 --- 
FSS-7 — - 
FSO-5 — - 
FSO-5 - — 

FSS-9 - — 

FSS-9 - — 

FSO-1 — 

FSR-2 — 

FSS-2 — 

FSS-2 - — 

FSO-3 — - 

FS0^3 --- 

FSS-2 — 

FSS-4 --- 
FSS-5 — 
FSS-6 — 
FSO-4 — 

FSS-6 — 

FSS-7 --- 

FSS-7 - — 

FSS-7 - — 

FSS-7 — 

FSS-7 — 

FSO-5 — - 
FSS-8 -- 
FSS-8 -- 
FSS-9 - — 
FSS-9 - — 

FSR-2 --- 

FSR-2 --- 

FSR-2 --- 
FSR-3 — - 



$ 7, 275 
5,619 
4,719 

10,030 

10,030 
9,430 
9,130 

7,563 

7,563 

7,455 

7,263 
6,447 

6,087 
6,087 
5,913 
5,513 

4,719 

4,719 

12,400 

11,850 

10,250 

9,950 

9,430 

9,430 

9,230 

7,689 
7,275 
7,221 
6,963 

6,501 
6,447 
6,447 
6,267 

6,267 

6,087 

5,913 
5,493 
5,313 
5,259 
4,899 

11, 130 

11, 130 

11, 130 
9,430 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 1952 



Post 



Name and title 



Assigninent 
to post 



Category 
and class 



AUSTRIA (E AND USCOA)— Continued 



Public Affairs Division- 
Continued. 



Legal Division 



Quadripartite Secretariat 



Vienna — Continued 

John H. Richardson, att. ; public affairs 

officer. 
Laughlin Austin Campbell, info, officer -- 

Harry J. Skornia, att. ; radio officer 

Henry W. A. Reinert, ed. of Wiener 

Kurier. 
Bert S. Fielden, gen. mgr. of " Wiener 

Kurier . 

Carl H. Peterson, press officer 

Edward F. Crofut, graphics oificer 

Paul A. Shinkman, info, officer 

Hall)ert T. Cupps, radio engineer 

Bernard Joseph McGuigan, asst. business 

mgr. of Wiener Kurier . 
Hetnrich S. Siemer, regional public 

affairs officer (Salzburg) . 

Yoichi Rol)ert Okamoto, info, officer 

Robert B. Graham, Jr., news and 

feature ed. 
Robert B. Gray, special asst. , info, br - 

W. Stuart Green, admin, officer 

Ernst H. Haeusserman, fUms officer — 
Raymond Leon Novarine, youth activities 

officer. 

Opal Hall, asst. exchange officer 

Leonards. Lieberman, pol. officer 

Alban Peterson, regional public affairs 

officer (Linz). 
David C. Levine, asst. ed. of Wiener 

Kurier . 
Gordon M. Messing, asst. att. ; asst. 

public affairs officer. 
Raymond Allen Grossman, youth activ- 
ities officer. 
Jackson Thomas Hammons, wire ser. 

supervisor. 
Daniel Lesser, cultural affairs officer 

(Linz). 
Miles Ondrey Ptak, cultural affairs 

officer (Salzburg). 
William Musgrave Moore, info, officer — 

Herman Stein, reports officer 

William J. Hood, asst. att. ; pol. officer - 

John H. Althen, reporter 

Denise Abbey, asst. info, center officer - 
William Lloyd Stearman, reports analyst- 
Fritz H. Giesecke, reports analyst 

Arthur A. Bardos, radio officer 

Tarn Deering, youth activities officer — 
Harry Francis Glore, youth activities 

officer. 
Margaret Mary Johnson, reports officer - 
Theresa A. Druml, librarian 

Jeremiah J. O'Connor, dir. of legal div - 
Edward Arnold Mag, att. ; dep. dir. of 

legal div. 
Walter Q. Loehr, chief of legal advice br. 
Albert Loewy, chief of Austrian affairs br- 
David S. Harrison, chief of justice br — 
Hans H. Schroeder, property specialist - 

Joseph T. Simon, atty 

David P. Hervey, judge 

John M. Custer, atty 

Eric Given, property officer 

Halvor O. Ekern, dir. of Quadripartite 

Secretariat. 
Charles E. Varney, U. S. sec 



Apr. 


24, 


1947 


Oct. 


16, 


1950 


May 


31, 


1951 


Oct. 


16, 


1950 


Oct. 


16, 


1950 


Dec. 


4, 


1950 


Apr. 


13, 


1951 


Mar 


. 1. 


1951 


July 


1, 


1951 


Oct. 


16, 


1950 


Oct. 


16, 


1950 


Dec. 


21, 


1950 


Apr. 


5, 


1951 


Apr. 


16, 


1951 


Oct. 


16, 


1950 


Oct. 


16, 


1950 


Oct. 


16, 


1950 


Oct. 


16, 


1950 


Oct. 


16, 


1950 


Oct. 


16, 


1950 


Dec. 


1, 


1950 


Nov. 


13, 


1947 


Oct. 


16, 


1950 


Oct. 


16, 


1950 


Nov. 


20, 


1950 


Oct. 


16, 


1950 


Oct. 


30, 


1950 


Dec. 


11, 


1950 


Feb. 


3, 


1951 


Oct. 


16, 


1950 


Oct. 


16, 


1950 


Oct. 


16, 


1950 


Jan. 


10, 


1951 


June 


3, 


1951 


Oct. 


16, 


1950 


Oct. 


16, 


1950 


Oct. 


16, 


1950 


Oct. 


16, 


1950 


Oct. 


16, 


1950 


Aug. 


18, 


1949 


Oct. 


16, 


1950 


Oct. 


16, 


1950 


Oct. 


16, 


1950 


Oct. 


16, 


1950 


Oct. 


16, 


1950 


Dec. 


11, 


1950 


Oct. 


16, 


1950 


Oct. 


16, 


1950 


Oct. 


16, 


1950 


Oct. 


16, 


1950 



FSS-2 — - 

FSS-2 - — 
FSS-2 — 
FSS-3 - — 

FSS-3 — 

FSS-3 — - 
FSR-4 — 
FSR-4 — 
FSS-5 - — 
FSS-5 --- 

FSS-5 — - 



FSS 
FSS 



FSS-5 
FSS-6 
FSS-6 
FSS-6 

FSS-7 
FSS-7 
FSS-7 

FSS-7 

FSS-7 

FSS-7 

FSS-7 

FSS-8 

FSS-7 

FSS-7 
FSS-7 
FSS-7 
FSS-8 
FSS-8 
FSS-8 
FSS-8 
FSS-8 
FSS-9 
FSS-9 

FSS-9 
FSS-9 

FSR-2 
FSS-1 

FSS-2 
FSS-2 
FSS-3 
FSS-4 
FSS-4 
FSS-4 
FSS-4 
FSS-6 

FSS-3 

FSS-6 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Salary 



Quadripartite Secretariat 
Continued. 



Consular Division 



Administration Division 



AUSTRIA (E AND USCOA)— Continued 
Vienna — Continued 

Alexander Bloomfield, chief translator; 
interpreter. 

Leon Kibort, translator; Interpreter — 

Alexander H. Yacoby, translator; inter- 
preter. 

Robert M. S. 

Tatiana V. S. 
interpreter . 

Hugh S. Bennett, translator; Interpreter 



MacDonald, interpreter - 
Miloslavsky, translator; 



, cons. ; chief of 
chief of visa br 
, For. Ser. 



William C. Affeld, Jr. 

cons. div. 
John S. Chapin, v. c. ; 
Jack C. Spinx, v. c -• 
Robert B. Houston, Jr 

officer. 

Ruth R. Grablel, v. c. ; visa officer 

Edward M. Harper, v. c 

Robert Francis Weltzien, 3d sec. ; v. c - 

Orville H. Transtrum, att. ; dir. of 

admin, dlv. 
Abe S. Ashcanase, chief of mgmt. and 

reports staff. 
Jack S. Williams, att. ; special asst. to 

admin, officer. 
Lorant B. Berz, att. ; regional supervisor 

of constr.i 
M. Hollis Kannenberg, att. ; personnel 

officer. 

Alan O. Johnson, gen. sers. officer 

William G. Magee, budget and fiscal 

officer. 
John Stuart Barry, chief of civilian 

supply br. 

John J. Janke, auditor 

Warren G. Hall, chief of admin, com- 
munications section. 

Victor H. Loftus, cons 

Bernell F. Gould, accountant 

Harry Hartop Deakyne, att 

Philip M. Oliver, personnel technician — 
James H. Flower, chief of bldg. and 

housing mgmt. staff. 
John Ward Dalton, supervisor of voucher 

section. 

Gerard John Rothlein, att.^ 

Margaret A. Gert)er, employee sers. 

officer. 
Arthur Martin Schechter, asst. chief 

(bldg. and housing). 

Eugene W. Day, purchasing officer 

Anthony John Dreape, supply distribution 

officer. 

Homer Vance, supply officer 

Mary Jane Porter, asst. chief of com- 
munications section. 
Jesse George Murray, asst. cultural 

officer. 
Frank England, property controls officer- 
James H. Spitler, V. c. ; accounting asst- 
Patricia C. Moore, employment officer — 

Eleonora E. Krause, accountant 

Robert Harlan Rose, bldg. supt 

Assigned also to Belgrade, Bucharest, Budapest, Praha, and Warsaw. 
^AJslgned also to Trieste. 



Oct. 


16 


1950 


Oct. 
Oct. 


16 
16 


1950 
1950 


Oct. 
Oct. 


16 
16 


1950 
1950 


Oct. 


16 


1950 


July 


6 


1951 


Oct. 
Mar 
Jan. 


15 

26 

2 


1948 
1951 
1951 


Feb. 
Nov. 
Jan. 


4 

29 

8 


1950 
1951 
1951 


Apr. 


27 


1950 


Oct. 


16 


1950 


Sept 


13 


1949 


Mar 


21 


1950 


Aug. 


9 


1950 


Oct. 
Oct. 


18 
16 


1950 
1950 


July 


16 


1951 


Nov. 
Oct. 


22 
30 


1950 
1950 


May 
Oct. 
Nov. 
June 
Oct. 


22 
16 
3 
14 
16 


1951 
1950 
1950 
1950 
1950 


Oct. 


30 


1950 


Oct. 
Oct. 


2 
30 


1950 
1950 


Oct. 


1 


1950 


Oct. 

July 


16 
16 


1950 
1951 


Oct. 
Feb. 


16 
10 


1950 
1946 


Oct. 


16 


1950 


Nov. 
Aug. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Sept 


10 
24 
30, 
16, 
17, 


1949 
1951 
1950 
1950 
1950 



FSS-6 



FSS-8 — 
FSS-8 - — 


5,853 
5,853 


FSS-8 — 
FSS-8 — 


5,493 
5,493 


FSS-8 — 


5,313 


FSO-3 — 


9,130 


FSS-8 -- 
FSS-8 -- 
FSO-6 — 


5,493 
5,493 
4,793 


FSS-9 -- 
FSO-6 — 
FSO-6 — 


4,719 
4,393 
4,193 


FSR-2 — 


11, 130 


FSS-2 — 


9,950 


FSS-3 -- 


8,721 


FSS-3 — 


8,721 


FSS-3 — 


8,721 


FSS-3 — 
FSS-3 — 


8,721 
8,481 


FSS-3 -- 


8,481 


FSS-4 — 
FSS-5 — 


7,689 
7,275 


FSS-6 — 
FSS-5 — 
FSS-5 — 
FSS-6 — 
FSS-6 -- 


7,221 
7,095 
7,095 
6,681 
6,681 


FSS-6 — 


6,681 


FSS-6 — 
FSS-7 — 


6,501 
6,447 


FSS-7 — 


6,267 


FSS-7 — 
FSS-7 — 


6,267 
6,087 


FSS-7 — 
FSS-8 — 


5,907 
5,853 


FSS-8 — 


5,853 


FSS-8 -- 
FSS-9 -- 
FSS-8 — 
FSS-9 — 
FSS-8 — 


5,673 
5,619 
5,493 
5,439 
5,313 



$ 6,501 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 1952 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Administration Division- 
Continuea. 



U. S. Consulate (C) 



Brussels (Bruxelles) (E) — 



(AA, NA, & Air A) — 



AUSTRIA (E AND USCOA)— Continued 
Vienna — Continued 

Helen J. L. Skouland, records mgmt. 

officer. 
Nual Herbert Jones, bldg. maintenance 

supervisor. 

Artliur A. Pastore, ed. ; writer 

Theodore Chariott, asst. bldg. maintenance 

supervisor. 
Freeman Emery Marston, property and 

stock control officer. 

Clarence Vieira, info, asst 

James A. Howell, transportation officer — 

Salzburg 

Robert Gardner McGregor, cons 

Abraham N. Hopman, public affairs officer 

Frank C. Niccoll, v. c 

Paul B. Lanius, Jr., v. c 

Clifford R. Nelson, v. c 

Teresa M. Offie, v. c 

Ernest E. Schneider, v. c 

BELGIUM AND POSSESSIONS 

(Belgium) 

Robert D. Murphy, A. E. and P 

Hugh Millard, couns. of emb 

Homer S. Fox, couns. of emb. for econ. 
affairs (ECA). 

Raymond P. Ludden, couns. of emb. ^ 

Patten D. Allen, 1st sec. ; cons 

Eric Kocher, 1st sec. ; cons.^ 

D. Chadwick Braggiotti, att 

Richard M. Service, 1st sec; cons 

Alice Rogers Hager, att.'^ 

Robert N. Anderson, att. ^ 

Denzil LeRoy Page, att 

Manuel Sanchez, att. ^ 

Marion John Kaminski, att. ^ 

Richard E. Usher, 2d sec. ; cons 

Rupert Prohme, att 

W. Paul O'Neill, Jr., cons.* 

George W. Skora, cons 

WiUiam M. Hart, att - 

James D. Danielson, att 

John F. Fitzgerald, 2d sec. ; cons 

Tigner Ogletree, asst. att. (MDAP) 

J. Philip Groves, v. c 

Albert V. Nyren, 2d sec. ; v. c 

C. Hoyt Price, economist (ECA) 

Dorothy Moore Deflandre, asst. att. ^ 

Andree F. Delrle, admin, asst. (MDAP) - 

Gladys Wells, admin, asst 

James J. Blake, 2d sec; v. c 

Chalmers B. Wood, 2d sec. ; v. c 

Warren G. Dougherty, v. c 

George Moffitt, Jr. , asst. att. ^ 

Viola Johnson, disbursing officer 

Kenneth M. Bevis, librarian 

Col. Wendell Blanchard, sr. mil. att.; 

army att. ■^ 
Capt. Charles William I>arker, naval att. 

and naval att. for air. ^ 



Nov. 14, 1950 

Jan. 26, 1951 

May 28, 1951 
July 2, 1951 

July 16, 1951 

Oct. 16, 1950 
Nov. 21, 1951 



July 
Sept 
Sept 
May 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Sept 



3, 1951 
20, 1951 
20, 1950 
27, 1951 
23, 1950 
20, 1951 
19, 1950 



FSS-8 

FSS-8 

FSS-8 
FSS-8 

FSS-9 

FSS-9 
FSS-9 



FSS-4 
FSS-5 
FSS-8 
FSO-6 
FSO-6 
FSS-9 
FSO-6 



Sept 


22 


1949 


June 


3 


1947 


Oct. 


8 


1949 


Nov. 


2 


1949 


Jan. 


9 


1950 


Aug. 


20 


1947 


Apr. 


10 


1951 


July 


18 


1951 


Aug. 


3 


1948 


Mar 


5 


1948 


Nov. 


23 


1949 


Aug. 


5 


1948 


July 


30 


1951 


Apr. 


23 


1951 


Oct. 


15 


1950 


Nov. 


12 


1948 


Apr. 


3 


1951 


Apr. 


5 


1951 


July 


9 


1951 


Apr. 


20 


1951 


Apr. 


5 


1951 


Oct. 


21 


1944 


Aug. 


28 


1951 


Nov. 


13 


1949 


Feb. 


20 


1949 


Aug. 


1 


1951 


Sept. 


7 


, 1944 


Oct. 


29 


1947 


July 


1 


1948 


Aug. 


10 


1951 


June 


8 


1951 


Feb. 


2 


1951 


Aug. 


2 


1951 


July 


24 


1950 


Feb. 


14 


1951 



FSO-CM - 




FSO-1 — 


13, 600 


FSO-1 — 


13, 600 


FSO-2 — 


11,850 


FSO-3 -- 


10,330 


FSO-3 — 


9,430 


FSS-2 — - 


9,230 


FSO-3 -- 


9,130 


FSR-3 — 


9,130 


FSS-3 -- 


8,961 


FSS-3 — - 


8,961 


FSS-4 --- 


8,649 


FSR-4 — 


8,463 


FSO-4 -- 


7,563 


FSS-5 -- 


7,095 


FSO-4 --- 


6,963 


FSO-4 — 


6,963 


FSR-4 — 


6,963 


FSR-4 - — 


6,963 


FSO-5 — 


6,113 


FSS-7 — 


6,087 


FSS-8 -- 


6,033 


FSO-5 -- 


5,913 


FSO-5 -- 


5,713 


FSS-8 — 


5,493 


FSS-8 --- 


5,493 


FSS-9 -- 


5,439 


FSO-5 -- 


5,313 


FSO-5 — 


5,313 


FSS-8 — 


5,313 


FSS-9 --- 


4,899 


FSS-9 --- 


4,719 


FSS-9 -- 


4,719 







^Assigned also to Luxembourg. 

^Assigned also to Luxembourg, Paris, and The Hague; resident in Paris. 
^Assigned also to Berlin and/ or Frankfort on the Main, and The Hague. 
Assigned also to and resident in The Hague. 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Salary 



BELGIUM AND POSSESSIONS— Continued 



(Belgium) - -Continued 



Brussels (Bruxelles) (E)-- 
Continuea. 

(AA, NA, & Air A)- - 
Continued. 

Antwerp (Antwerpen) (CG) 



Elisabethville, Belgian 

Congo (C). 
L4opolaville, Belgian 

Congo (CG). 



Col. Daniel W. Wickland, air att. i 

Lt. Conidr. Elmer Lee Fox, asst. naval 

att. and asst. naval att. for air.^ 
Col. George B. Green, asst. air att.^ --- 

George Tait, cons, gen 

Roger L. Heacock, cons 

Leslie A. Weisenburg, cons 

John I. Fishburne, v. c 

Robert L. Yost, v. c 

Reinhard W. Lamprecht, v. c 

Ernesto S. Guaderrama, v. c 

Richard C. Davis, v. c 

M. Louise Kirby, v. c 

(Africa) 

Thomas Glenn Murdock, cons.* 

George D. LaMont, cons, gen.' 

Edward J. Krause, econ. officer 

Howard D. Jones, v. c. ' 

Charles Kenneth Bevilacqua, v. c 

William G. Allen, v. c 

BOLIVIA 



Mar. 10, 1951 
July 16, 1951 

Apr. 21, 1951 



May 2, 
May 2, 
Oct. 29, 
Mar. 24, 
June 22, 
Feb. 3, 
July 10, 
Oct. 25, 
Sept. 28, 



1950 
1951 
1951 
1949 
1949 
1950 
1950 
1951 
1949 







FSO-2 - — 


$12,700 


FSO-4 -- 


7,563 


FSS-7 -- 


6,447 


FSO-5 --- 


5,713 


FSO-5 --- 


5,713 


FSS-8 --- 


5,673 


FSS-9 --- 


4,899 


FSO-6 -- 


4,793 


FSO-6 -- 


4,593 



Oct. 20, 1947 

Mar. 22, 1950 
July 9, 1951 
Dec. 31, 1949 
Sept. 15, 1951 
Aug. 1, 1951 



FSS-2 — 

FSO-2 — 
FSS-6 - — 
FSO-5 — 
FSS-8 — 
FSO-6 — - 



9,230 

11,850 
6,681 
5,313 
5,313 
4,993 



La Paz (E) 



(Air A) 



Edward J. Sparks, app. A. E. and P --- 
Thomas J. Maleady, couns. of emb — 

Samuel A. Montague, att 

David A. deLima, att 

John H. Haring, att 

Howard M. Samsel, asst. att 

Samuel A. Mcllhenny, Jr., cons 

T. Andrew Galambos, 2d sec. ; v. c 

William B. Cobb, Jr., 2d sec. ; v. c — 

John Crider Amott, 2d sec; v. c 

Charles E. Paine, 3d sec. ; v. c 

James C. Quick, v. c 

Walter Trenta, asst. att 

Mary Lillian Walker, aisbursing officer 
Fred William Dickens, asst. att 

Lt. Col. Edgar J. Burns, sr. mil. att.; 
air att. 



Dec. 14, 
June 22, 
Oct. 18, 
May 16, 
Oct. 19, 
Apr. 2, 
Sept. 12, 
Jan. 24, 
May 25, 
Jan. 24, 
Nov. 10, 
Sept. 1, 
Nov. 26, 
Nov. 7, 
June 29, 



1951 
1950 
1951 
1950 
1950 
1951 
1950 
1951 
1950 
1950 
1950 
1950 
1951 
1951 
1951 



Aug. 15, 1950 



FSO-1 
FSO-2 
FSR-4 
FSS-6 
FSS-6 
FSS-7 
FSS-8 
FSO-5 
FSO-5 
FSO-5 
FSO-6 
FSS-9 
FSS-9 
FSS-9 
FSS-9 



11,850 
8,463 
7,401 
6,501 
6,447 
6,213 
5,713 
5,513 
5,313 
5,093 
5,079 
5,079 
4,899 
4,719 



BRAZIL 



Rio de Janeiro (E) 



Herschel V. Johnson, A. E. ana P 

J. Burke Knapp, Am. commr. on the 

Jt. U. S. -Brazil Econ. Development 

Commn. 
Sheldon T. Mills, couns. of emb. with 

personal rank of minister. 
Charles E. Dicker son, Jr., couns. of 

emb. for econ. affairs. 
William G. Lodwick, agri. adviser on 

Jt. U. S. -Brazil Econ. Development 

Commn. 

John A. Hopkins, 1st sec; cons 

Herbert Cerwin, couns. of emb 

George H. Owen, U. S. mem. of the 

Inter -Am. Juridical Comm. 



Apr. 14, 1948 
Sept. 28, 1951 



June 24, 1950 
Aug. 24, 1949 
Sept. 23, 1951 



Apr. 6, 1950 
Jan. 4, 1951 
Feb. 1, 1951 



FSO-CM 
TCA 



FSO-1 ■ 
FSO-2 • 
TCA-1 



FSO-2 
FSR-2 
FSR-2 



13, 600 
12,800 
12, 800 



11,130 
11,130 
11,130 



^Assigned to Brussels and Luxembourg; resiaent in Brussels. 

^Assigned also to and resident in The Hague. 

^Assigned also to Bern, Luxembourg, and Paris. 

■^Assigned also to Luanda. 

^Assigned also to the Cameroons and French Equatorial Africa. 



8 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 1952 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Rio de Janeiro (E)- 
tinued. 



BRAZIL--Continued 

-Con- Arthur Oakley Brooks, banking adviser 

on the Jt. U.S. -Brazil Econ. Develop- 
ment Commn. 

James Kirke Paulding, project adviser 
on the Jt . U. S. -Brazil Econ. Develop- 
ment Comnm. 

William B. Mather, industrial tech- 
nologist and researcher on the Jt. U.S.- 
Brazil Econ. Development Commn. 

Christopher Lloyd Jones, project adviser 
on the Jt. U.S. -Brazil Econ. Develop- 
ment Commn. 

Warren H. McKenney, att.^ 

Ellis M. Goodwin, 1st sec. ; cons 

Kenneth B. Atkinson, att 

William E. Flournoy, Jr., 1st sec. ; 
cons. gen. 

William Conkling Ladd, project adviser 
on the Jt. U.S. -BrazU Econ. Develop- 
ment Comnm. 

Emerson Innis Brown, att 

Alan R. Manchester, att 

Herman J. Jelinek, att 

Philip J. W. Glaesner, econ. adviser on 
Jt. U.S. -Brazil Econ. Commn. 

Henry Schweitzer Hammond, att 

Thomas D. Girolamo, supervisor of 
constr . 

George E. Miller, 2d sec. ; cons 

Eldred D. Kuppinger, 2d sec. ; cons 

Irving Salert, att 

Sterling J. CottreU, att 

Glenn Anderson Ruggles, att 

Raford W. Herbert, att - — 

William A. Wieland, 2d sec. ; cons 

Alan Fisher, asst. att 

Walter B. Gates, att. 2 

Thomas R. Hodet, att -- 

Harold E. Midkiff, 2d sec 

Edward R. Gaul, att 

Edward N. McCully, 2d sec. ; cons 

Thomas Waverly Palmer, Jr., certifying 
officer. 

Faustin A. Guerin, admin, officer on the 
Jt. U.S. -Brazil Econ. Development 
Commn. 

Roljert C. Ecker, att. ^ 

J. Paxton Haddow, asst. att 

James Anthony Dibr ell, att. ^ 

Rudolf E. Cahn, v. c 

Gertrude E. Heare, asst. att 

Genevieve Reynolds, asst. att 

John B. Brady, asst. att 

Samuel H. McKinney, communications 
supervisor. 

James L. Wyatt, asst. att 

Susan H. Barbosa, v. c 

Alfred A. Pease, v. c. ■* 

David Oppenheim, disbursing officer 

Peter J. Raineri, v. c 

Glaays M. Knutzen, personnel technician- 
John Logan Hagan, asst. att 

Samuel D. Eaton, 2d sec; v. c 

Robert Lobel, asst. att 

■"Assigned also to Bogota, Buenos Aires, Lima, Montevideo, .juito, and Santiago. 

Assigned also to Argentina, Bolivia, British Guiana, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Paraguay, Peru, 
Surinam, Uruguay, and Venezuela. 

^Assigned also to Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, British Guiana, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Paraguay, 
Peru, Surinam, Uruguay, and Venezuela. 

T)etailed to Sao Paulo indefinitely. 



June 26, 


1951 


TCA-3 — 


$10,63'' 


July 15, 


1951 


TCA-3 — 


10, 630 


Aug. 6, 


1951 


TCA-3 — 


10, 630 


Aug. 19, 


1951 


TCA-3 — 


10, 630 


June 5, 


1950 


FSS-2 -- 


10,250 


Nov. 1, 


1949 


FSO-3 — 


10,030 


July 13, 


1950 


FSS-2 — - 


9,950 


May 4, 


1951 


FSO-3 — 


9,730 


Aug. 22, 


1951 


TCA-3 — 


9,730 


May 18, 


1944 


FSS-2 - — 


9,710 


Sept. 19, 


1951 


FSR-3 — 


9,430 


Dec. 9, 


1950 


FSR-3 — 


9,130 


June 19, 


1951 


TCA-3— - 


9,130 


June 20, 


1949 


FSS-3 — 


8,961 


Mar. 15, 


1948 


FSS-3 -- 


8,721 


June 22, 


1950 


FSO-4 — - 


8,463 


Jan. 2, 


1951 


FSO-4 — - 


8,463 


Dec. 10, 


1951 


FSR-4 — 


8,463 


Aug. 26, 


1949 


FSS-4 -- 


7,929 


Mar. 30, 


1951 


FSR-4 - — 


7,863 


Dec. 6, 


1949 


FSS-4 - — 


7,689 


Aug. 29, 


1951 


FSO-4 — 


7,563 


July 1, 


1946 


FSS-6 - — 


7,401 


Feb. 5, 


1950 


FSS-5 - — 


7,275 


Feb. 21, 


1951 


FSS-5 --- 


7,275 


Jan. 16, 


1950 


FSR-4 - — 


7,263 


July 23, 


1951 


FSS-6 --- 


7,041 


May 9, 


1951 


FSO-4 --- 


6,963 


June 15, 


1951 


TCA-4-- 


6,963 


June 26, 


1951 


TCA-4-- 


6,963 


Apr. 27, 


1949 


FSS-6 - — 


6,861 


Nov. 29, 


1950 


FSS-6 -- 


6,861 


Aug. 25, 


1949 


FSS-6 — 


6,681 


Aug. 1, 


1920 


FSS-7 — 


6,627 


May 14, 


1951 


FSR-5 — 


6,513 


June 13, 


1950 


FSR-5 --- 


6,113 


July 21, 


1949 


FSS-7 -- 


6,087 


June 16, 


1944 


FSS-8 — 


6,033 


Jan. 29, 


1951 


FSR-5 - — 


5,913 


Apr. 2, 


1934 


FSS-8 — 


5,853 


Feb. 1, 


1950 


FSS-8 --- 


5,853 


May 10, 


1950 


FSS-8 - — 


5,673 


Apr. 17, 


1951 


FSS-9 — - 


5,619 


Oct. 31, 


1950 


FSS-8 --- 


5,493 


Dec. 26, 


1950 


FSS-8 - — 


5,493 


Jan. 12, 


1950 


FSO-5 - — 


5,313 


Mar. 4, 


1949 


FSS-8 — - 


5,313 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Salary 



Rio de Janeiro (E)-- 
Cop.inued. 



(AA, NA, & AirA) — 



Belem, Para (C) 



Manaus, Amazonas 

(CA). 
Sao Luiz, Maranhao 
(CA), 
Fortaleza, Ceara (C) — 
Porto Alegre, Rio 
Grande do Sul (C) . 



Rio Grande, Rio Grande 
do Sul (CA). 
Recife, Pernambuco (C) — 



Salvador, Bahia (C) ■ 

Santos, Sao Paulo (C) 

Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo (CO) 



Curitiba, Parana (CA)- 
Vitdria, Espfrito Santo (C)- 



Rangoon (E) 



BRAZIL--Continued 

William J. Bushwaller, asst. att 

E. Victor Saadeh, econ. asst 

William Preston Rambo, v. c 

Orton W. Hoover, asst. att 

Godfrey Harvey Summ, 3d sec. ; v. c — 

Anne M. Logan, asst. att 

Edward J. Boston, asst. att 

Brig. Gen. Leigh Wade, sr. mil. att. ; 

air att. 

Col. Burton C. Andrus, army att 

Capt. Adelbert Vernon Wallls, naval att. 

and naval att. for air. 
Lt. (jg) George All)ert McEvoy, asst. 

naval att. and asst. naval att. for air. 

Col. Jack W. Hughes, asst. air att 

Lt. Col. Charles H. Roadman, asst. air 

att.i 
Maj. William R. Lawley, Jr., asst. air 

att. 



George T. Colman, cons 

Ralf H. Masure, v. c — 

Waldemar P. de Souza, cons, agt 



Thomas Moses, cons. ag:t 



Richard A. Godfrey, v. c 

Alexander L. Peaslee, v. c 

Howard Ora Hill, regional public affairs 
officer. 

Hugh E. Veltman, v. c 

Myron Brockway Lawrence, v. c 

, cons, agt 



F. Ridgway Ltneaweaver, cons - 

Francis E. Townsend, v. c 

Robert E. Riordan, v. c 

Robert C. Johnson, Jr., cons - 
Carl J. Erickson, Jr., v. c — 

Arthur G. Parsloe, cons 

Allen P. McNeill, Jr. , v. c 

Clarence C. Brooks, cons, gen - 
Julian C. Greenup, cons, gen -- 

Charles K. Ludewig, cons 

Marc L. Severe, cons 

George Hubert Maness, cons — 

Henry L. Taylor, v. c 

Lee M. Hunsaker, asst. att 

Alfred A. Pease, v. c.^ 

William T. Briggs, v. c 

Ellen Gavrisheff, asst. att 

John G. Gossett, v. c 

Robert C. Wysong, v. c 

Francisco M. Albizu, cons, agt 
Ray H. Crane, v. c 



June 28, 


1951 


FSS-8 --- 


$ 5,313 


Dec. 18, 


1926 


FSS-9 — - 


5,259 


Aug. 6, 


1946 


FSS-9 - — 


5,259 


July 17, 


1951 


FSS-9 - — 


5,079 


Jan. 11, 


1951 


FSO-6 — - 


4,993 


Oct. 4, 


1951 


FSS-9 --- 


4,719 


Oct. 25, 


1951 


FSS-9 --- 


4,719 


May 3, 


1951 






Dec. 5, 


1949 






May 14, 


1951 






Aug. 13, 


1951 






Dec. 28, 


1949 






Aug. 20, 


1951 






Apr. 17, 


1951 






July 1, 


1948 


FSS-6 --- 


6,681 


Jan. 16, 


1950 


FSS-9 -- 


4,899 


Nov. 1, 


1948 






July 17, 


1948 






June 4, 


1947 


FSS-7 - — 


6,087 


Aug. 17, 


1949 


FSO-4 — - 


6,963 


Nov. 4, 


1949 


FSS-7 -- 


5,907 


Apr. 7, 


1950 


FSS-8 — 


5,493 


Aug. 28, 


1951 


FSO-6 -- 


4,993 


Feb. 14, 


1950 


FSO-3 --- 


9,130 


Mar. 1, 


1951 


FSS-7 -- 


5,907 


Nov. 27, 


1950 


FSS-10 -- 


4,443 


Sept. 1, 


1949 


FSS-7 --- 


6,087 


Jan. 23, 


1951 


FSO-6 — 


4,593 


Jan. 27, 


1918 


FSS-7 --- 


6,447 


Sept. 20, 


1950 


FSS-11 - 


4,047 


Oct. 9, 


1951 


FSO-1 --- 


14,000 


Apr. 14, 


1949 


FSO-1 -- 


13, 600 


Sept. 2, 


1947 


FSO-4 --- 


8,163 


July 24, 


1946 


FSS-6 - — 


7,041 


May 2, 


1951 


FSO-4 --- 


6,963 


July 29, 


1949 


FSS-6 -- 


6,501 


May 16, 


1950 


FSS-6 --- 


6,501 


Feb. 1, 


1950 


FSS-8 -- 


5,853 


Apr. 12, 


1949 


FSO-5 --- 


5,713 


Mar. 30, 


1951 


FSR-5 - — 


5,513 


Mar. 25, 


1949 


FSO-5 — - 


5,313 


Apr. 25, 


1951 


FSO-5 - — 


5,313 


May 24, 


1948 






Sept. 26, 


1951 


FSS-8 — 


5,673 



BULGARIA 



Severance of diplomatic relations, Feb. 24, 1950. 



BURMA, UNION OF 

David McK. Key, A. E. and P 

Henry B. Day, couns. of emb 

Andrew Vincent Corry, att. ^ 

George W. Edman, att 

Lionel Landry, att 

Albert B. Franklin, 2d sec. ; cons 



Feb. 16, 1950 
May 10, 1949 
Sept. 4, 1947 
May 12, 1950 
Dec. 5, 1950 
Feb. 7, 1951 



FSO-CM 
FSO-2 -- 
FSS-1 — 
FSS-2 — 
FSR-4 -- 
FSO-4 — 



'Assigned to Asuncion, Buenos Aires, Rio de Janeiro, and Santiago. 

^Assigned also to Rio de Janeiro. 

3 Assigned also to Colombo, Karachi, Katmandu, and New Delhi; resident in New Delhi. 



11,850 

10, 550 

9,230 

8,163 

7,863 



lO 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 1952 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Rangoon (E)--Continued 



(AA, NA, & Air A) 



Phnom Penh (L) 



BURMA, UNION OF--Continued 

Webster Eugene Ballance, att 

James H. Boulware, att 

Lora C. Bryning, 2d sec. ; cons 

Gerard A. Donohue, asst. att 

Alfred W. Wells, 2d sec. ; v. c 

Robert R. Raven, asst. att 

Lewis M. Purnell, asst. att 

James Raymond Ward, asst. att 

Ralph H. Redford, att 

Athlyn B. Waller, bldg. supt 

Adelin C. Rosenfeld, public affairs officer 

Robert A. Aylward, 2d sec. ; v. c 

Roberts. Shaw, 3d sec; v. c 

Virginia C. Stryker, v. c 

Zelma S. Graham, asst. att 

Alice D. Westbrook, personnel technician 
AUE. Bergesen, 3d sec. ; v. c 

Col. Thomas H. Davies, sr. mil. att. ; 

army att. 
Lt. Col. David Worth Stonecliffe, naval 

att. and naval att. for air. ^ 

Lt. Col. James S. Coward, air att 

Lt. Col. Glenn J. McGown, asst. army 

att. 
Lt. Comdr. William Theodore Lowry, 

asst. naval att. and asst. naval att. 

for air. ^ 
Capt. Robert L. E. Tyrrell, asst. air att 
1st Lt. Phillip Z. Saba, asst. air att 

CAMBODIA, KINGDOM OF = 



Donald R. Heath, E.E. andM. P.^ 

Don V. Catlett, 2d sec; cons 

George E. Olcott, public affairs officer- 

CANADA 



May 16, 
Feb. 25, 
May 2, 
Aug. 20, 
Nov. 15, 
May 22, 
July 1, 
Feb. 8, 
Jan. 31, 
Nov. 20, 
Jan. 24, 
June 25, 
Jan. 18, 
Jan. 4, 
Sept. 19, 
Dec. 6, 
Feb. 21, 



1950 
1951 
1951 
1950 
1950 
1950 
1949 
1950 
1951 
1951 
1951 
1951 
1950 
1951 
1948 
1950 
1951 



Dec. 20, 1949 

June 23, 1950 

Dec. 21, 1950 
Aug. 28, 1951 

Mar. 28, 1951 



Jan. 22, 1951 
May 22, 1951 



June 29, 1950 
June 3, 1951 
Apr. 10, 1951 



FSS-4 
FSS-4 
FSO-4 
FSS-7 
FSO-5 
FSR-5 
FSS-7 
FSS-7 
FSS-7 
FSS-8 
FSS-8 
FSO-5 
FSO-6 
FSS-9 
FSS-9 
FSS-9 
FSO-6 



FSO-CM 
FSO-4 -- 
FSS-6 -- 



Ottawa, Ontario (E) 



(AA, NA, & Air A) 



Stanley Woodward, A. E. and P 

Don C. Bliss, couns. of emb. with 
personal rank of minister. 

Francis A. Flood, 1st sec 

Woodbury Willoughby, couns. of emb 

John H. Morgan, couns. of emb 

Robert J. Francis, admin, officer 

Frederick E. Farnsworth, 1st sec. ; cons- 
Richard E. Kleinhans, cons 

Joseph Godson, att 

Lewis D. Brown, 2d sec. ; cons 

Ellen C. WUson, att 

George A. Berkley, v. c 

H. Mason Wade, asst. att 

Alva L. Taber, asst. att 

Norman J. Bentley, gen. sers. officer — 

Eva Taylor, v. c 

John Patrick Walsh, 2d sec. ; v. c 

A. Eugene Frank, 2a sec. ; v. c 

William Louis Rodman, asst. att 

Thomas A. Kelly, v. c 

Shirley Mae Green, admin, asst 

Col. Frederick Archibald Pillett, sr. mil. 

att. ; air att. 
Col. Francis J. Graling, army att 



May 23 


1950 


Jan. 5 


1950 


July 23 


1947 


Nov. 3 


1949 


Nov. 22 


1950 


May 11 


1949 


Mar. 19 


1951 


June 1 


1951 


June 1 


1950 


July 20 


1949 


Sept. 12 


1949 


Feb. 1 


1951 


Apr. 5 


1951 


Nov. 21 


1949 


May 29 


1951 


June 29 


1951 


Jan. 12 


1950 


Mar. 27 


1950 


Nov. 27 


1951 


May 8 


1950 


July 24 


1950 


Apr. 26 


1950 


Apr. 10 


1950 



FSO-1 

FSO-2 

FSO-2 
FSO-2 
FSS-2 
FSO-3 
FSS-3 
FSR-4 
FSO-4 
FSS-6 
FSS-6 
FSR-5 
FSS-7 
FSS-7 
FSS-8 
FSO-5 
FSO-5 
FSS-8 
FSS-9 
FSS-9 



^ Assigned also to Bangkok. 

^ The staff at Saigon, Vietnam, is accredited also to the Kingdoms of Cambodia and Laos; resident in 
Saigon, See p. 99. 
3 Accredited also to the Kingdom of Laos and State of Vietnam ; resident in Saigon. 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



II 



Post 



Name and title 



CANADA- -Continued 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Salary 



Ottawa, Ontario (E)-- 
Continued. 

(AA, NA, & Air A)- 
Continued. 



Calgary, Alberta (C) 

Edmonton, Alberta (C) -- 

HalUax, Nova Scotia (CG)- 



Hamilton, Ontario (C) ■ 
Montreal, Quebec (CG) • 



Niagara Falls, Ontario (C)- 



Quebec, Quebec (C) ■ 



Regina, Saskatchewan (C)- 
St. John, New Brvmswick 
(C). 



St. John's, Newfoundland 
(CG). 

Toronto, Ontario (CG) --■ 



Vancouver, British Colum- 
bia (CG). 



Victoria, British Columbia 

(C). 
Windsor, Ontario (C) 



Winnipeg, Manitoba (CG) -- 



Capt. Francis Hartt Gardner, naval att. 

and naval att. for air. 
Lt. Col. Thomas R. Clarkin, asst. army 

att. 
Lt. Stokes Lybrana Sharp, asst. naval 

att. and asst. naval att. for air. 

Col. Jack BoUerua, asst. air att 

Lt. Col. Robert W. Strong, Jr., asst. 

air att. 
Maj. Eugene W. Green, asst. air att — 

Cyrus B. Follmer, cons 

Carlo. Hawthorne, cons 

Arthur B. Corcoran, v. c 

Cabot Coville, cons, gen 

Casimir T. Zawadzki, cons 

Robert A. McKinnon, v. c 

Perry N. Jester, cons, gen 

Cecil M. P. Cross, cons, gen 

Albert W. Scott, rons --- 

Albert E. Clattenburg, Jr., cons 

Thomas J. B. Wenner, cons 

Fred M. Wren, cons 

Charles B. Borell, cons 

Virginia Ellis, v. c 

Anarew E. Hanney, cons 

Herman Lindstrom, v. c 

Marie C. Chabot, v. c 

Louise Schaffner, v. c 

Edward J. Lawler, v. c 

Charles F. Stoppani, v. c 

Xavier W. Eilers, v. c 

Delano McKelvey, cons 

WiUiam H. Brown, v. c 

Ralph G. Saucedo, v. c 

Ernest ae W. Mayer, cons 

Dorothy M. Barker, v. c 

Eugene H. Johnson, cons 

George M. Graves, cons 

John M. Kavanaugh, cons 

Warren L. Swope, v. c 

Raymond John Swanson, v. c 

Horatio Mooers, cons, gen 

Ellis A. Bonnet, cons 

A. Hugh Douglas, Jr., v. c 

Orsen N. Nielsen, cons, gen 

Adrian B. Colquitt, cons 

Frederick A. Bohne, cons 

Robert William Harding, cons 

George F. Bogardus, v. c 

Mildred V. Deike, v. c 

Kingdon W. Swayne, v. c 

Helene E. W. Fischer, v. c 

Vernon V. Hukee, v. c 

G. Edward Reynolds, v. c 

Waldo H. Heinrichs, Jr., v. c 

Robert Lacy Smyth, cons, gen 

James E. Callahan, cons 

Nelson P. Meeks, cons 

Roland K. Beyer, v. c 

Arthur Potter Allen, v. c 

Frederick W. Hinke, cons 

William M. Olive, v. c 

Robert J. Cavanaugh, cons 

Charles C. Simdell, cons 

Levi Pease Smith, Jr., v. c 

Ralph C. Fratzke, v. c 

Laurence C. Frank, cons, gen 

Mulford A. Colebrook, cons 

Eugene L. Padberg, Jr., cons 



July 19, 1950 

Nov. 15, 1950 

Apr. 11, 1951 

Mar. 9, 1951 
Feb. 18, 1949 

Apr. 26, 1950 

Feb. 1, 1951 
Apr. 6, 1951 
May 10, 1927 
June 29, 1950 
Dec. 22, 1949 
Mar. 28, 1951 
Aug. 1, 1950 
July 1, 1949 
July 12, 1951 
Mar. 19, 1951 
June 1, 1951 
June 25, 1949 
Jan. 17, 1950 
Feb. 10, 1950 
May 8, 1951 
Sept. 1, 1949 
June 1, 1929 
Sept. 8, 1950 
Feb. 2, 1950 
Jan. 15, 1951 
Apr. 16, 1951 
Aug. 16, 1949 
July 31, 1937 
June 30, 1950 
Nov. 20, 1950 
Aug. 31, 1951 
Oct. 9, 1950 
Dec. 4, 1951 
Aug. 8, 1950 
Jan. 16, 1951 
June 12, 1950 
Nov. 20, 1950 
Nov. 21, 1950 
Apr. 14, 1950 
May 1, 1950 
May 31, 1951 
Jan. 16, 1920 
Jan. 1, 1928 
Mar. 16, 1950 
Apr. 19, 1948 
May 31, 1951 
Sept. 18, 1950 
Nov. 21, 1950 
Feb. 14, 1950 
Nov. 21, 1951 
Mar. 22, 1950 
Aug. 2, 1949 
May 5, 1925 
Apr. 10, 1950 
Feb. 24, 1950 
Sept. 8, 1950 
Nov. 10, 1949 
Jan. 10, 1950 
Dec. 10, 1940 
Oct. 24, 1949 
Dec. 30, 1950 
May 8, 1950 
Aug. 21, 1950 
Mar. 16, 1950 



FSS-7 - 
FSS-6 - 
FSS-11 
FSO-2 - 
FSS-7 - 
FSO-6 - 
FSO-2 - 
FSO-1 - 
FSO-2 - 
FSO-3 - 
FSS-4 - 
FSS-5 - 
FSS-6 - 
FSS-6 - 
FSS-6 - 
FSS-8 - 
FSS-8 - 
FSO-6 - 
FSS-9 - 
FSS-9 - 
FSS-9 - 
FSO-5 - 
FSS-9 - 
FSS-10 
FSO-3 - 
FSO-6 - 
FSS-7 - 
FSO-4 - 
FSO-5 - 
FSS-8 - 
FSS-10 
FSO-3 - 
FSO-4 - 
FSS-10 
FSO-1 - 
FSO-4 - 
FSS-5 - 
FSS-6 - 
FSO-5 ■ 
FSS-8 - 
FSO-5 - 
FSS-9 ■ 
FSO-5 • 
FSO-6 ■ 
FSO-6 ■ 
FSO-1 • 
FSS-3 ■ 
FSS-4 • 
FSO-5 • 
FSS-9 • 
FSO-2 
FSS-8 ■ 
FSO-3 
FSS-7 • 
FSO-5 
FSS-9 ■ 
FSO-2 
FSO-4 
FSO-4 ■ 



$6,627 
7,041 
4,047 
11,130 
6,447 
4,793 
11, 130 
14, 300 
11,130 
10,030 
8,649 
7,455 
6,681 
6,681 
6,681 
5,493 
5,313 
5,093 
5,079 
4,899 
4,899 
6,713 
5,619 
4,863 
9,130 
5,093 
6,087 
8,863 
5,713 
5,493 
4,323 
9,430 
8,863 
4,683 
14, 300 
7,863 
7,275 
6,681 
6,513 
5,853 
5,513 
5,439 
5,313 
4,993 
4,593 
13,600 
8,481 
7,689 
6,713 
4,899 
11,850 
5,493 
9,130 
6,087 
5,713 
4,899 
11, 500 
8,463 
7,863 



987058 O - 52 - 2 



12 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 1952 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



CANADA- -Continued 



Winnipeg, Manitoba (CG)- 
Continued. 



Colombo (E) 



(NA) 



Joseph W. Sowell, v. c 

CEYLON 

Joseph C. Satterthwaite, A. E. and P — 

John B. Ketcham, couns. of emb. ^ 

Bernard A. Gufler, couns. of emb 

Andrew Vincent Corry, att. ^ 

Myron L. Black, 1st sec. ; cons 

Argus J. Tresidder, att 

James Milton Moran, chief engineer 
(radio) . 

Bruce B. Palmer, att 

Donald E. Hare, att 

Edward H. Park, radio engineer 

James Walker Alley, radio engineer 

Howard Imbrey, asst. att 

Harold Goldstein, librarian 

Raymond John Becker, 3d sec. ; v. c — 
Theodore L. Eliot, Jr., 3q sec. ; v. c — 
William M. Kahmann, 3d sec. ; v. c 

Comdr. James T. Hodgson, Jr., sr. mil. 

att. ; naval att. and naval att. for air. 
Lt. Comdr. Mahlon Joseph Williams, asst. 

naval att. ana asst. naval att. for air. 



Sept. 10, 1945 FSS-9 



Sept. 22, 
Apr. 12, 
May 25, 
Sept. 4, 
Sept. 20, 
Apr. 2, 
Aug. 13, 

June 6, 
June 28, 
Aug. 10, 
June 15, 
Sept. 3, 
Sept. 17, 
June 1, 
July 31, 
Feb. 16, 



1949 
1949 
1951 
1947 
1950 
1949 
1951 

1951 
1951 
1951 
1951 
1951 
1951 
1950 
1950 
1951 



Apr. 16, 1949 
Nov. 13, 1950 



FSO-1 
FSO-2 
FSO-2 
FSS-1 
FSO-3 
FSR-4 
FSS-3 

FSS-4 
FSS-4 
FSS-5 
FSS-7 
FSS-7 
FSS-7 
FSO-6 
FSO-6 
FSO-6 



Santiago (E) 



CHILE 

Claude G. Bowers, A. E. and P 

Carlos C. Hall, couns. of emb 

H. Gerald Smith, couns. of emb. for econ, 
affairs. 

Robert Gordon Glover, cml. att 

Warren H. McKeimey, att.^ 

John M. Vebber, att 

Charles Allan Stewart, 1st sec. ; cons — 

Philip M. Davenport, 1st sec. ; cons 

Albert R. Haney, att 

Richard G. Gushing, att 

Camden L. McLain, cons 

Rot)ert W. Moore, 2d sec. ; cons 

Ned C. Fahs, att 

Arthur J. Romero, cons 

Hogan F. Buford, v. c 

John C. Stoddard, v. c 

Davids. McMorris, 2d sec. ; v. c 

Leonora M.-R. Kuhn, asst. att 

James Maish, Jr., asst. att 

George E. Wolcott, asst. att 

Sidney N. Milliken, asst. att 

Margarite H. Tanck, v. c 

Roy R. Hermesman, v. c 

James E. Officer, asst. att 

Col. Clarence W. Bennett, sr. mil. att. ; 

army att. 
Capt. Edward Page Southwick, naval att. 

and naval att. for air. 

Lt. Col. William E. Ross, air att 

CWO Winfield W. Bitting, asst. army att - 
Lt. Col. Charles H. Roadman, asst. air 

att.* 
Capt. Leonard E. Pratt, asst. air att — 
Capt. Arthur D. Gaston, asst. air att — 

'Assigned also to the Maldive Islands. 

^Assigned also to Karachi, Katmandu, New Delhi, and Rangoon; resident in New Delhi. 

Assigned also to Bogota, Buenos Aires, Lima, Montevideo, Quito, and Rio de Janeiro. 
* Assigned to Asuncion, Buenos Aires, Rio de Janeiro, and Santiago. 



(AA, NA, & Air A) 



June 22 


1939 


Nov. 


29 


1949 


Oct. 


8 


1949 


Dec. 


27 


1950 


Jime 


5 


1950 


Apr. 


24 


1950 


July 


1 


1949 


Apr. 


3 


1950 


Aug. 


17 


1949 


Dec. 


10 


1949 


Feb. 


24 


1931 


Mar 


22 


1949 


May 


16 


1950 


Oct. 


13 


1947 


Aug. 


16 


1949 


Nov. 


30 


1949 


Dec. 


19 


1949 


Jan. 


5 


1950 


May 


27 


1946 


Oct. 


17 


1951 


Oct. 


16 


1933 


Nov. 


13 


1950 


May 


31 


1951 


July 


1 


1951 


Feb. 


21 


1950 


Apr. 


20 


1950 


Dec. 


7 


1950 


Dec. 


7 


1949 


Aug. 


20 


1951 


Aug. 


12 


1950 


Feb. 


14 


1951 







FSO-2 -- 


11, 500 


FSR-2 --- 


11, 500 


FSS-1 — 


10, 550 


FSS-2 — 


10, 250 


FSS-3 — 


9,441 


FSO-3 --- 


9,130 


FSO-3 — 


9,130 


FSS-4 — 


7,689 


FSR-4 — 


7,263 


FSS-6 --- 


7,041 


FSO-4 --- 


6,963 


FSS-6 --- 


6,681 


FSS-8 -- 


6,213 


FSS-7 — 


5,907 


FSS-8 — 


5,673 


FSO-5 — - 


5,513 


FSR-5 — - 


5,513 


FSS-8 --- 


5,313 


FSS-8 - — 


5,313 


FSS-9 -- 


4,899 


FSS-9 -- 


4,899 


FSS-9 — 


4,719 


FSS-9 — - 


4,719 







POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



13 



Post 



Name and title 



Santiago (E)- -Continued 

Concepcion (CA) 

^ntofagasta (C) 

Valparaiso (C) 

Cruz Grande, Coquim- 
bo (CA). 



Taipei, Taiwan (Formosa) 
(E). 



(AA, NA, & Air A) 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Salary 



CHILE- -Continued 



Cortlandt Rugless Sweet, .cons, agt 

Mansfield McMahan, v. c 

Louis H. De Armas, v. c 

Richard M. de Lambert, cons, gen 

Samuel H. Young, v. c 

Frank T. Rueter, cons, agt 

CHINA 

Karl L. Rankin, charge d'affaires ad in- 
terim; minister; cons. gen. 

Howard P. Jones, couns. of emb 

Josiah W. Bennett, public affairs officer ■ 

Robert W. Rinden, 1st sec. ; cons - ■ 

John T. Houbelt, info, officer 

Edward Stansbury, att 

Alfred LeS. Jenkins, 2d sec. ; cons 

Edward J. Conlon, public affairs officer 

(Tainan) . 
Dunning Idle, asst. att — 
Robert Bruce Sheeks, asst. 
Harold G. McConeghey, v. c 
Richard T. Ewing, 2d sec. ; v. 
Waldemar A. Olson, v. c — 
Charles H. Pletcher, 3d sec. ; 

Louise A. Lyon, v. c 

James R. Johnston, 3d sec. ; v. c 



Nov. 25, 1950 
July 16, 1951 
Feb. 6, 1951 
Feb. 28, 1950 
Dec. 13, 1950 
July 16, 1933 



FSS-10 
FSS-11 
FSO-3 - 
FSS-9 - 



$4,443 

4,287 

10, 930 

5,439 



att 



V. c 



Col. David D. Barrett, army att 

Capt. Henry Thompson Jarrell, naval 

att. and naval att. for air. 

Col. LeRoy G. Heston, air att - 

Lt. Col. Graham E. Schmidt, asst. 

army att. 
Maj. Arthur E. Keller, asst. army att -- 
Capt. Robert F. Phillips, asst. army att- 
Capt. Roy R. Van Dusen, Jr., asst. army 

att. 
Comdr. Roland Walker Kenney, asst. 

naval att. and asst. naval att. for air. 
Lt. Comdr. Robert Gray Towner, asst. 

naval att. and asst. naval att. for air. 
Lt. Comdr. Joseph Dilts Bennett, asst. 

naval att. and asst. naval att. for air. 
Maj. John Burke Berteling, 'asst. naval 

att. and asst. naval att. for air. 
Lt. William Thomas Brown, Jr. , asst. 

naval att. and asst. naval att. for air. 
Lt. Col. Lucius R. Holbrook, Jr., asst. 

air att. 
Maj. Michael A. Luckey, asst. air att -- 

Maj. Albert L. Betz, asst. air att 

Capt. Stephen J. Welsh, asst. air att --- 
Capt. Raymond E. White, asst. air att -- 



Aug. 8, 1950 


FSO-CM - 


14, 300 


Aug. 7, 1951 


FSO-2 — 


11,130 


Nov. 15, 1951 


FSS-3 — - 


8,481 


Jan. 4, 1951 


FSO-4 — 


8,463 


Mar. 26, 1951 


FSS-5 --- 


7,095 


Apr. 4, 1951 


FSS-5 — 


7,095 


July 18, 1950 


FSO-4 --- 


6,963 


Nov. 20, 1951 


FSS-6 -- 


6,501 


Apr. 19, 1951 


FSR-5 — 


6,313 


Jan. 12, 1949 


FSS-7 — - 


5,907 


Sept. 28, 1951 


FSS-9 -- 


5,619 


June 25, 1951 


FSO-5 — 


5,313 


Dec. 12, 1950 


FSS-9 -- 


4,899 


Sept. 3, 1949 


FSO-6 - — 


4,793 


Apr. 27, 1951 


FSS-9 - — 


4,719 


Apr. 2, 1951 


FSO-6 --- 


4,593 


May 10, 1946 






Oct. 22, 1951 






July 24, 1950 






July 20, 1950 






July 20, 1950 






July 20, 1950 






Oct. 3, 1950 






Aug. 13, 1951 






July 19* 1950 






May 12, 1951 






Apr. 26, 1950 






Aug. 31, 1951 






Apr. 14, 1951 






Oct. 25, 1949 






July 22, 1950 






Dec. 15, 1950 






June 4, 1951 







Nanking (E), closed Mar. 5, 1950. 
Canton, Kwantung (CG), closed Aug. 24, 1949. 
Chungking (C), closed Nov. 19, 1949. 
Dairen, Liaoning (C), closed Oct. 21, 1949. 
Hankow, Hupeh (CG), closed Dec. 5, 1949. 
Kunming, Yunnan (C), closed Dec. 10, 1949. 
Mukaen, Liaoning (CG), closed Dec. 6, 1949. 
Peiping, Hopeh (CG), closed Apr. 10, 1950. 
Shanghai, Kiangsu (CG), closed Apr. 25, 1950. 
Tientsin, Hopeh (CG), closed Apr. 14, 1950. 
Tihwa, Sinkiang (C), closed Sept. 27, 1949. 
Isingtao, Shantung (CG), closed Jan. 23, 1950. 



14 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 1952 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Bogota (E) 



(AA & Air A) 



Barranquilla (C) 
Call (C) 



Buenaventura (CA) -- 
Medellin (C) 



COLOMBIA 

Capus M. Waynick, A. E. and P 

Clarence E. Birgfeld, couns. of emb 

Warren H. McKenney, att.i 

Thomas S. Campen, couns. of emb. for 
econ. affairs. 

Herbert V. Olds, 2d sec; cons 

M. Gordon Brown, att 

Stewart G. Anderson, 2d sec. ; cons 

Donald C. Marelius, att 

Emery R. Kiraly, att 

Carl E. Moore, att 

Albert K. Ludy, Jr., 2d sec. ; v. c 

J. William Henry, 2d sec. ; v. c 

William Kane, cons; asst. att 

Richard F. Lankenau, 2d sec. ; v. c 

Williams Beal, 2d sec; v. c 

Max V. Krebs, 2d sec; v. c 

Gi von Parsons, v. c. ; asst. att 

Michael A. DeMarco, asst. att 

Edward P. Kardas, v. c 

Lewis Marion White, 3d sec. ; v. c 

Jeanne M. Gauthier, admin, asst 

Lt. Col. Leland R. Drake, sr. mil. att. ; 

army att. 
Lt. Col. William F. Duncan, air att.^ — 
Capt. Rol)ert D. Milholland, asst. air 

att.^ 
Capt. John A. Callahan, asst. air att.^ -- 
1st Lt. Joe Richard Quintana, asst. air 

att.^ 



John W. Fisher, v. c 

Francois M. Dickman, v. c 

Robert Janz, cons 

Earl R. Michalka, v. c — 
Bruno M. Trevino, v. c — 
Robert R. Early, cons, agt 
William Clarke Vyse, cons 

Philip D. Miner, v. c 

William D. Broderick, v. c 



July 28 
June 29 
June 5 
Oct. 22 



June 27 
Jan. 21 
Jan. 5 
July 1 
Apr. 11 
Nov. 1 
Mar. 30 
Jan. 15 
Aug. 28 
Feb. 14 
Dec. 5 
Dec. 8 
Aug. 31 
Apr. 26 
Apr. 26 
Nov. 15 
Apr. 19 

Dec. 8 

Dec. 5 
Feb. 13 

Feb. 15 
Dec. 21 



Dec. 4, 
Nov. 26, 
Apr. 20, 
Feb. 16, 
Feb. 19, 
July 24, 
Mar. 18, 
Apr. 18, 
Apr. 20, 



1951 
1951 
1950 
1951 



1949 
1950 
1950 
1949 
1950 
1951 
1950 
1951 
1951 
1951 
1951 
1949 
1950 
1951 
1951 
1951 
1950 

1950 

1949 
1951 

1951 
1949 



1950 
1951 
1949 
1949 
1951 
1950 
1949 
1948 
1951 



FSO-2 
FSS-2 
FSO-3 

FSO-4 
FSR-4 
FSO-4 
FSS-5 
FSS-6 
FSS-6 
FSO-5 
FSO-5 
FSS-7 
FSO-5 
FSO-5 
FSO-5 
FSS-8 
FSR-5 
FSS-9 
FSO-6 
FSS-9 



FSO-5 - 
FSO-6 - 
FSO-4 - 
FSS-10 
FSS-11 

FSO-4 - 
FSS-9 - 
FSO-6 - 



COSTA RICA 



San Jose (E) 



(AA, NA, & Air A) 



Philip B. Fleming, A. E. and P 

Philip P. Williams, 1st sec. ; cons 

Edward Livingston Tanner, att. ^ 

Frederick J. Cunningham, 2d sec. ; cons - 

Henry H. McGeorge, att 

Erwin W. Wendt, 2d sec. ; cons 

Alex A. Cohen, att. ; cons 

Paul Bennett Carr, v. c 

Thomas Anthony Brady, v. c 

William Perry Stedman, Jr., 2d sec. ; 
V. c. 

Kenneth W. Vittetoe, v. c 

Gertrude W. Leonard, disbursing officer- 
Leona L. Kempainen, admin, asst 



Col. Samuel P. Walker, Jr. , army att.* • 
Capt. Alvord John Greenacre, naval att. 

and naval att. for air.' 
Col. Charles H. Deerwester, airatt. '-- 



Apr. 18, 
May 1, 
Oct. 9, 
Nov. 17, 
Sept. 19, 
May 18, 
Apr. 22, 
June 19, 
June 28, 
Mar. 6, 



1951 
1951 
1947 
1948 
1951 
1949 
1946 
1950 
1951 
1950 



Aug. 29, 1951 
Feb. 10, 1945 
Sept. 28, 1951 

Feb. 23, 1950 
June 2, 1950 

Mar. 16, 1950 







FSO-3 -- 


9,430 


FSS-3 --- 


8,961 


FSO-4 -- 


8,463 


FSR-4 --- 


7,563 


FSO-4 — 


7,263 


FSS-6 — - 


6,501 


FSS-7 - — 


6,087 


FSS-8 - — 


5,907 


FSO-5 -- 


5,513 


FSS-9 --- 


5,079 


J^S-9 — - 


4,899 


FSS-9 — 


4,899 







^ Assigned also to Buenos Aires, Lima, Montevideo, Quito, Rio de Janeiro, and Santiago. 

^Assigned also to Caracas and Quito; resident in Caracas. 

^ Assigned also to Managua and Panama. 

'Assigned also to Guatemala, Managua, San Salvador, and Tegucigalpa; army liaison officer at British 
Hpnduras . 

' Assigned also to Guatemala, Managua, Mexico City, San Salvador, and Tegucigalpa; naval liaison officer at 
British Honduras; resident in Mexico City. 

6 Assigned also to Guatemala, Managua, San Salvador, and Tegucigalpa. 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



15 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Salary 



San Jose (E) --Continued 
(AA, NA, & Air A)-- 
Continued. 



Golfito (CA) — 
Port Limdn (CA) 
Puntarenas (CA) 

Habana (E) 



(AA, NA, & Air A) 



Camagiiey (CA) 

Sagua la Grande (CA) 



COSTA RICA--Continued 



Lt. Comdr. Joseph Merit TuUy, Jr., 
asst. naval att. and asst. naval att. 
for air. ' 

Lt. Col. Theodore J. McAdam, asst. 
air att. ^ 

Capt. Manuel J. Chavez, asst. air att.^ -- 

John G. Spiller, cons, agt 

Wallace B. Clark, cons, agt 

John J. Hand, cons, agt 

CUBA 

Willard L. Beaulac, A. E. and P 

DuWayne G. Clark, couns. of emb. for 
econ. affairs. 

A. Ogden Pierrot, couns. of emb 

Paul J. Reveley, 1st sec. ; cons, gen 

Guy Louis Bush, att 

Donald R. Mann, att 

Earl T. Grain, 1st sec. ; cons 

Thomas Harold Englesby, att 

Irvin S. Lippe, att 

Chester E. Davis, att 

Raymond Lee Harrell, att.^ 

Jacob Canter, att 

Ben Zweig, cons 

Rudolph H. Gomez, att 

Henry A. Hoyt, 2d sec; cons 

Richard C. Salvatierra, att- 

Edwin M. Terrell, asst. att -- 

Edward C. Webster, Jr., cons 

Frederick D. Leather man, asst. att 

Bertha M. Kendig, disbursing officer 

John H. Marvin, cons 

Walter M. Bastian, Jr., asst. att 

Larry Winter Roeder, v. c 

Bruce R. Crooks, 2d sec. ; cons 

Jack R. Johnstone, asst. att 

Raoul F. Washington, v. c 

Walter P. Houk, 2d sec; v. c 

Joseph E. Vargo, constr. asst 

Ramon S. Alfonzo, v. c 

George Varrebnann, asst. att 

Henry Testman Andersen, v. c 

Henry W. Dodge, v. c 

Weikko A. Forsten, asst. att 

Ben L. Stotts, v. c 

Clarisse A. Dubreuil, admin, asst 

Robert K. Sherwood, 3d sec. ; v. c 

Helen L. Campi, personnel officer 

Lawrence H. Berlin, 3d sec; v. c 

Lt. Col. Vincent M. Elmore, Jr., army 

att. 
Comdr. Paul Breiman Ryan, naval att. 

and naval att. for air."* 

Col. Robert J. Mason, air att. ' 

Maj. William F. Pitts, asst. air att.' --- 
Capt. Clarence G. Rarick, asst. air 

att. ' 



May 


14, 


1951 


June 


7, 


1951 


Aug. 


4, 


1950 


June 


11, 


1949 


Nov. 


7. 


1949 


Sept. 


7, 


1948 



Paul A. Tate, cons, agt -- 
Eugene E. Jova, cons, agt 



June 20 
Sept. 30 

Sept. 5 
Mar. 3 
Oct. 17 
Aug. 23 
Apr. 20 
June 13 
July 30 
Oct. 18 
Dec. 12 
Mar. 20 
Oct. 10 
Dec. 29 
Aug. 23 
Mar. 6 
Dec. 2 
July 12 
Nov. 23 
Sept. 21 
June 1 
Oct. 23 
Aug. 8 
Sept. 19 
June 22 
June 8 
Dec. 1 
Jan. 31 
Feb. 14 
Sept. 22 
Jan. 3 
Oct. 5 
Apr. 28 
July 17 
May 22 
Aug. 14 
Dec. 6 
Jan. 24 

Sept. 27 

May 5 

Jan. 23 
June 29 
June 29 



1951 
1950 

1951 
1950 
1950 
1950 
1949 
1949 
1951 
1950 
1946 
1950 
1951 
1950 
1949 
1950 
1949 
1948 
1949 
1921 
1926 
1950 
1950 
1951 
1948 
1921 
1949 
1951 
1927 
1943 
1951 
1949 
1950 
1950 
1951 
1951 
1942 
1951 

1951 

1950 

1951 
1949 
1949 



Mar. 3, 1949 
July 1, 1921 



FSO-CM 
FSO-2 — 

FSO-2 — 
FSO-2 -- 
FSS-1 -- 
FSR-3 -- 
FSO-3 — 
FSS-3 — 
FSS-2 — 
FSR-3 — 
FSS-3 -- 
FSS-4 -- 
FSS-4 -- 
FSS-5 -- 
FSO-4 -- 
FSR-4 — 
FSS-5 -- 
FSS-6 — 
FSS-6 -- 
FSS-8 — 
FSS-8 — 
FSR-5 -- 
FSS-7 -- 
FSO-5 — 
FSS-8 -- 
FSS-9 — 
FSO-5 -- 
FSS-8 — 
FSS-9 — 
FSS-9 -- 
FSS-9 -- 
FSS-9 -- 
FSS-9 — 
FSS-9 -- 
FSS-9 -- 
FSO-6 -- 
FSS-9 — 
FSO-6 — 



$11,850 

11,850 
11, 130 
10, 850 
10,030 
9,730 
9,441 
9,230 
9,130 
8,721 
8,649 
7,929 
7,635 
7,263 
7,263 
7,095 
6,681 
6,681 
6,213 
6,213 
6,113 
6,087 
5,913 
5,673 
5,619 
5,313 
5,313 
5,079 
5,079 
5,079 
4,899 
4,899 
4,899 
4,899 
4,793 
4,719 
4,393 



1 Assigned also to Guatemala, Managua, Mexico City, San Salvador, and Tegucigalpa; naval liaison officer 
at British Honduras; resident in Mexico City. 

^Assigned also to Guatemala, Managua, San Salvador, and Tegucigalpa. 

'Assigned also to Bogota, Caracas, Guatemala, Managua, Mexico City, Panama, San Jos^, San Salvador, 
and Tegucigalpa. 

''Assigned also to Port-au-Prince. 

'Assigned also to Ciudad TrujUlo and Port-au-Prince. 



16 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 1952 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Santiago de Cuba (C) 
Antilla (CA) -- 

Praha (E) 



(AA & Air A) ■ 



Copenhagen (Kobenhavn) 
(E). 



(AA, NA, & Air A) 



Godthaab (C) 



CUBA--Continued 

Harry W. Story, cons 

Arthur W. Feldman, v. c 

Juan A. Reed, cons, agt 

CZECHOSLOVAKIA 

Ellis O. Briggs, A. E. and P 

Tyler Thompson, couns. of emb 

Alexander Schnee, 1st sec. ; cons 

Otho T. Colclough, att 

Spencer M. King, 2d sec; cons 

Richard G. Johnson, 2d sec. ; v. c 

Christopher A. Squire, 3d sec. ; v. c 

Earl Monroe Dennis, Jr., asst. att 

Lt. Col. George L. Atwood, army att --■ 
Col. Theodore Henry Erb, air att 

DENMARK 

Eugenie Anderson, A. E. and P 

Harold Shantz, couns. of emb 

John O. Bell, coims. of emb 

Charles P. O'Donnell, 1st sec. ; cons --• 

Howard Trivers, 1st sec. ; cons 

WiUiam G. Roll, att 

Cecil Viggo Albertson, att 

Edward Perrin Dobjms, att 

George W. Caldwell, Jr. , att. (ECA) 

Michael Weyl, att 

Brooks McClure, att 

Harry LeBovit, att 

Henry O. Ramsey, cons 

Virgil M. Elliott, v. c 

Guy Oliver Long, asst. att 

Hedin Bronner, att 

William C. George, 2d sec. ; cons 

Henry Niels Rann, disbursing officer 

Edelen Fogarty, asst. att 

Sam L. Yates, Jr., 2d sec. ; v. c 

William R. Duggan, 2d sec. ; v. c 

Francis N. Magliozzi, 2d sec. ; v. c 

John M. Kolbjornsen, v. c 

Lois M. Unger, v. c 

Herbert I. Goodman, 3d sec; v. c 

Harvey Frans Nelson, Jr., 3d sec. ; v. c- 

Col. Raymond L. Cato, army att 

Capt. Robert Green Lockhart, naval att. 

and naval att. for air. 
Col. George L. Wertenbaker, air att.i -■ 
Lt. Col. Charles A. Reinhard, asst. 

army att. 
Lt. Comdr. Charles Arthur Taylor, Jr., 

asst. naval att. and asst. naval att. 

for air. 
Lt. Col. George R. Rew, asst. air att. ^ • 
Maj. Herbert J. Rogers, asst. air att. ^ - 
Capt. William E. Moelich, asst. air att ■ 

(Greenland) 



-I Donald A. Lewis, v. c 

DOMINICAN REPUBLIC 



Feb. 27, 1918 
Sept. 27, 1951 
June 7, 1946 



Sept. 1, 1949 
Mar. 22, 1950 
Dec. 14, 1949 
Nov. 23, 1949 
Nov. 16, 1951 
Nov. 14, 1949 
July 31, 1951 
Oct. 11, 1948 

Aug. 28, 1950 
Sept. 26, 1951 



Oct. 20, 
Oct. 5, 
Dec. 10, 
Aug. 31, 
June 27, 
Sept. 17, 
July 9, 
Feb. 14, 
Aug. 5, 
May 6, 
Mar. 29, 
Dec. 7, 
Aug. 6, 
Aug. 31, 
Oct. 3, 
June 7, 
May 29, 
Apr. 11, 
Mar. 23, 
Oct. 6, 
Aug. 7, 
Jan. 11, 
May 27, 
Jan. 13, 
Jan. 29, 
Nov. 15, 



1949 
1949 
1951 
1950 
1950 
1947 
1951 
1951 
1946 
1950 
1951 
1948 
1948 
1948 
1949 
1951 
1951 
1946 
1951 
1949 
1950 
1950 
1949 
1949 
1951 
1951 



Oct. 16, 1951 
Dec. 28, 1950 

Apr. 21, 1950 
Dec. 20, 1950 

Sept. 12, 1951 



May 22, 1951 
Feb. 13, 1951 
Dec. 6, 1950 



FSS-7 
FSS-9 



FSO-CM 
FSO-1 -- 
FSO-4 — 
FSS-4 -- 
FSO-4 — 
FSO-5 -- 
FSO-6 — 
FSS-9 — 








FSO-1 --- 


14, 300 


FSO-2 --- 


11, 130 


FSO-3 -- 


10,030 


FSR-3 — 


10, 030 


FSS-3 — 


9,201 


FSR-3 — 


9,130 


FSS-4 --- 


7,689 


FSS-4 -- 


7,689 


FSR-4 --- 


7,263 


FSR-4 -- 


6,963 


FSS-6 — - 


6,861 


FSS-7 — 


6,807 


FSS-6 — - 


6,681 


FSS-6 — - 


6,501 


FSS-6 -- 


6,501 


FSO-5 -- 


6,113 


FSS-7 --- 


6,087 


FSS-8 --- 


6,033 


FSO-5 — 


5,713 


FSO-5 -- 


5,513 


FSO-5 — - 


5,313 


FSS-9 - — 


5,259 


FSS-9 - — 


4,899 


FSO-6 --- 


4,793 


FSO-6 — 


4,593 







July 14, 1950 I FSS-7 



Ciudad Trujillo (E) 



Ralph H. Acker man, A. E. and P 
William Belton, 1st sec. ; cons — 
Stanley G. Slavens, 2d sec. ; cons 

Richard M. Barr, att 

Allen H. Lester, asst. att 



'Assigned also to ana resident in Stockholm. 



May 22, 1948 

Dec. 20, 1948 

Feb. 26, 1951 

Nov. 8, 1951 

Nov. 19, 1951 



FSO-CM - 
FSO-3 — 
FSO-4 — 
FSR-4 — 
FSS-8 --- 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



17 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Salary 



Ciudad Trujillo (E)-- 
Continued. 



(NA & Air A) 



La Romana (CA) 

F>uerto Libertador (CA)- 



Quito (E) 



(AA & Air A) ' 



Guayaquil (CG) 



Cairo (E) 



DOMINICAN REPUBUC-- Continued 

Harry R. Zerbel, 2d sec. ; v. c 

Girvan Teall, cons 

George S. Vest, 2d sec. ; v. c 

Giles W. Tripp, econ. officer 

Lt. Comdr. Harold E. M. Thompson, sr. 

mil. att. ; naval att. and naval att. for 

air. 

Col. Robert J. Mason, air att. i 

Maj. William F. Pitts, asst. air att. ^ - — 
Capt. Clarence G. Rarick, asst. air att. ^ 

Harry Gabriel Godley, cons, agt 

Victor C. MacMillan, cons, agt 

ECUADOR 

Paul C. Daniels, A. E. and P 

John N. Hamlui, couns. of emb 

Warren H. McKenney, att. ^ 

Royce A. Wight, att 

Linton L. Barrett, att 

Marvin A. Derrick, att 

William G. Rogers, att 

Norman E. Warner, 2d sec. ; v. c 

Richard H. Courtenaye, 2d sec; v. c — 

Col. Herbert B. Enderton, army att 

Lt. Col. William F. Dimcan, air att. ^ --- 
Capt. Robert D. Milholland, asst. air 

att.^ 
Capt. John A. Callahan, asst. air att.^ — 
1st Lt. Joe Richard Quintana, asst. air 

att.^ 

Paul W. Meyer, cons, gen 

Frederick D. Sharp, 3d, cons 

Robert A. Stevenson, v. c 

John S. Dougherty, v. c 

Raymond E. Gonzalez, v. c 

EGYPT 

Jefferson Caffery, A. E. and P 

William E. F. Conraa, att. (UNRWA) 

Frederick H. Sacksteder, att 

Gordon H. Mattison, couns. of emb 

Charles Robert Payne, 1st sec 

Ralph B. Curren, 1st sec. ; cons.* 

Harvey A. Buffalo, att 

Randalls. Williams, Jr., 1st sec. ; cons- 
William C. Bourne, att 

Jasper Yeates Brinton, att 

Albert F. Lager, att.' 

Pauls. Lunt, att.* 

Jay George Diamond, att 

Robert Jay Halliday, att 

Burtt F. McKee, Jr., att 

WiUiam Henry Weathersby, att 

Roberts. Black, att 

Keith E. Adamson, att 

John Barnes Riordan, att 

Josephs. Sparks, 1st sec; cons 



May 23, 1949 
Oct. 6, 1950 
Oct. 19, 1951 
Oct. 25, 1949 

Mar. 19, 1948 



Jan. 23, 1951 
June 29, 1949 
Oct. 18, 1949 

Nov. 5, 1947 
June 26, 1947 



Apr. 19, 
May 10, 
June 5, 
Jan. 14, 
June 11, 
Aug. 20, 
Nov. 1, 
Oct. 22, 
Nov. 8, 



1951 
1950 
1950 
1951 
1951 
1951 
1950 
1951 
1950 



Sept. 12, 1951 
Jan. 13, 1950 
Feb. 13, 1951 

Feb. 15, 1951 
Dec. 21, 1949 



Mar. 20, 1951 
Sept. 11, 1951 
Feb. 27, 1950 
Apr. 26, 1950 
Nov. 20, 1951 



FSO-5 --- 


$ 5,713 


FSS-8 - — 


5,673 


FSO-5 - — 


5,313 


FSS-9 --- 


4,719 



July 9 


1949 


Sept. 21 


1951 


Feb. 15 


1951 


May 13 


1950 


Apr. 23 


1951 


Dec. 23 


1944 


Mar. 28 


1950 


Nov. 1 


1950 


Oct. 10 


1951 


Dec. 27 


1948 


Dec. 2 


1949 


Apr. 2 


1951 


May 16 


1951 


Sept. 4 


1951 


Aug. 15 


1951 


Feb. 18 


1951 


Sept. 4 


1948 


July 26 


1949 


Mar. 6 


1951 


Sept. 16 


1950 



FSO-CM - 
FSR-2 --- 
FSR-2 --■ 
FSO-2 — 
FSR-2 — - 
FSO-3 -- 
FSS-2 --- 
FSO-3 -- 
FSR-3 --- 
FSR-3 -- 
FSR-4 -- 
FSR-4 --- 
FSS-4 --- 
FSS-3 — 
FSR-4 --- 
FSR-4 — - 
FSR-4 — 
FSR-4 --- 
FSS-4 -- 
FSO-4 — 



FSO-CM - 





FSO-2 — 


11,130 


FSS-2 --- 


10, 250 


FSS-4 - — 


7,929 


FSR-4 - — 


7,863 


FSS-7 - — 


6,807 


FSS-7 --- 


5,907 


FSO-5 -- 


5,713 


FSO-5 — 


5,313 


FSO-2 — - 


11,850 


FSO-4 -- 


6,963 


FSO-5 --- 


5,513 


FSS-8 --- 


5,313 


FSO-6 --- 


4,793 



11,850 

11, 500 

11,130 

11, 130 

10,330 

9,710 

9,430 

9,430 

9,130 

8,863 

8,763 

8,649 

8,481 

8,463 

8,163 

7,863 

7,863 

7,689 

7,563 



^Assigned also to Habana and Port-au-Prince; resident in Habana. 

^Assigned also to Bogota, Buenos Aires, Lima, Montevideo, Rio de Janeiro, and Santiago. 
'Assigned also to Bogoti and Caracas; resident in Caracas. 

^Assigned also to Addis Ababa, Ankara, Athens, Baghdad, Beirut, Damascus, Jerusalem, Jidda, Kabul, 
Tehran, and Tel Aviv. 

'Assigned also to Addis Ababa, Amman, Baghdad, Beirut, Damascus, Jidda, Tehran, Tel Aviv, and Tripoli. 
^Assigned to Egypt (Including Anglo-Egyptian Sudan), Lebanon, and Syria. 



18 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 1952 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Cairo (E)-- Continued 



(AA, NA, & Air A) 



Alexandria (CG) 



EGYPT- -Continued 

Lucile Dudgeon, att 

J. Wesley Adams, Jr., 2d sec. ; cons — 
Hazel T. Ellis, att 

LaMar D. MuUiner, cons 

William C. Lakeland, 2d sec. ; cons 

Herbert M. Hooker, att 

William Edward Dwyer, asst. att 

Edward B. Hanson, asst. att 

Lawrence Richard Ryckman, gen. sers. 

officer. 

Harry Clarkson Hill, asst. att 

Merritt M. Grant, v. c 

Charles B. Ferguson, asst. att.^ 

Thomas Howard Peters, asst. att 

John Patrick Mulligan, asst. att. ^ 

Norman Wilson Getsinger, asst. att - — 

Jack Arnolci Herfurt, asst. att 

Glenn F. Hall, v. c 

Kathleen D. O'Shaughnessy, admin. 

officer (TCA). 

Michael Oleyar, Jr., asst. att.^ 

Clarence J. Heissel, communications 

technician.* 

Robert Simpson, 2d sec; v. c 

Albert C. Fox, asst. att.' 

John C. Grover, Jr., courier ser. 

supervisor. 

Emily Whitman, aamin. officer 

Carrol) F. Conover, asst. att 

Charles J. Konya, v. c 

Ruth Marion Martin, asst. att 

Eunice Taylor, sec 

Alan W. Rockwell, asst. att 

Myles Stanaish, 3d, v. c 

Lt. Col. Russell W. Jenna, army att — 
Capt. Harry Warner Baltazzi, naval att. 

ana naval att. for air. 

Col. Joseph A. L. Greco, air att.' 

Lt. Col. Hugh W. McClary, asst. army 

att. 
Comdr. Thomas J. Lewis, asst. naval 

att. and asst. naval att. for air. 
Lt. Comdr. Robert William Savage, asst. 

naval att. and asst. naval att. for air. '' 
Lt. Comdr. Edwin Bonner House, asst. 

naval att. and asst. naval att. for air. 
Lt. Dan Gaston Frank, asst. naval att — 
Lt. John Franklin Hill, asst. naval att. 

and asst. naval att. for air. 
Lt. Col. David L. Evans, asst. air att. ^- 
Maj. Robert W. Stewart, asst. air att — 

William D. Wright, cons, gen 

Thomas Ley Alexander, cons. ^ 

Philo Dibble, v. c 

Edwin M. Harbordt, v. c 

Elizabeth Randies, v. c 

Julia Louise Wooster, v. c 



July 17 
Feb. 20 
Nov. 1 
Dec. 7 
Apr. 12 
June 2 
Oct. 26 
Dec. 3 
Oct. 29 

Dec. 7 
Oct. 3 
Oct. 8 
June 6 
Aug. 16 
Apr. 13 
June 1 
May 5 
Sept. 28 

July 19 
July 1 

Sept. 26 
May 12 
Sept. 13 

Dec. 1 
July 12 
Mar. 23 
June 10 
July 19 
Mar. 22 
Nov. 3 

Oct. 23 
July 26 

Aug. 5 
Sept. 25 

May 29 

Feb. 11 

Mar. 9 

June 7 
Oct. 17 

Aug. 7 
Dec. 16 

June 20 
Oct. 1 
June 29 

Nov. 9 
Sept. 10 
Mar. 17 



1950 
1950 
1949 
1950 
1951 
1947 
1950 
1949 
1950 

1950 
1951 
1951 
1951 
1949 
1950 
1951 
1950 
1951 

1950 
1951 

1950 
1950 
1950 

1951 
1948 
1948 
1949 
1949 
1951 
1950 

1950 
1950 

1950 
1951 

1951 

1949 

1951 

1951 
1951 

1951 
1949 

1951 
1951 
1949 
1951 
1951 
1950 



FSS-5 -- 


$ 7,455 


FSO-4 --- 


7,263 


FSR-4 — - 


7,263 


FSS-5 - — 


7,095 


FSO-4 — 


6,963 


FSS-6 --- 


6,861 


FSS-7 — 


6,267 


FSR-5 — 


6,113 


FSS-7 - — 


6,087 


FSS-7 --- 


6,087 


FSS-7 --- 


6,087 


FSS-7 — 


6,087 


FSR-5 — 


5,913 


FSS-7 — 


5,907 


FSS-7 — - 


5,907 


FSS-7 — 


5,907 


FSS-8 — 


5,673 


FSS-8 — 


5,673 


FSS-8 — 


5,493 


FSS-8 -- 


5,493 


FSO-5 — 


5,313 


FSS-8 - — 


5,313 


FSS-8 - — 


5,313 


FSS-8 — 


5,313 


FSS-9 --- 


4,899 


FSS-9 — - 


4,719 


FSS-9 — 


4,719 


FSS-9 --- 


4,719 


FSS-9 — 


4,719 


FSO-6 — - 


4,593 


FSR-2 - — 


11, 500 


FSR-4 - — 


8,163 


FSS-8 - — 


5,673 


FSO-5 — 


5,513 


FSS-8 — 


5,493 


FSS-8 — 


5,313 



^Assignee also to Aden, Anglo- Egyptian Sudan, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Iran, Iraq, Israel, Jordan, Kenya, 
Lebanon, Libya, Saudi Arabia, Syria, Tanganyika, Turkey, and Uganoa. 

^Assigned also to all posts in Afghanistan, Africa, Ceylon, Cyprus, Incia, Iran, Iraq, Israel, Jordan, 
Lebanon, Mauagascar, Pakistan, Palestine, Saudi Arabia, Syria, Turkey, and Yemen. 

^Assigned also to all posts in Afghanistan, Africa, Canary Islands, Ceylon, Cyprus, Greece, Inaia, Iran, 
Iraq, Israel, Jorc<an, Lebanon, Mauagascar, Pakistan, Palestine, Sauai Arabia, and Turkey. 

"^Assigned also to Addis Abatia, Amman, Baghdad, Beirut, Damascus, Jidda, Tehran, Tel Aviv, ano Tripoli. 

'Assigned also as asst. att. at Baghdad and Beirut; asst. consular att. at Nicosia. 

^Assigned also to Addis Ababa. 

'Resident in Port Said. 

^Resident in Cairo. , 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



19 



Post 



Port Said (C) 



San Salvador (E) 



(AA, NA, & Air A) 



Asmara (C) 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Salary 



EGYPT--Continued 

Ellis A. Johnson, cons 

Leo William Shoemaker, v. c 

EL SALVADOR 

George P. Shaw, A. E. and P 

Andrew E. Donovan, 2d, 1st sec; cons - 

Frederick L. Royt, asst. att. ; v. c 

Harry L. Hamlette, att 

Joseph A. Silberstein, 2d sec. ; v. c 

Thane A. Kuhlman, asst. att 

John B. Young, 2d sec. ; v. c 

John Lamar Mills, 3d sec. ; v. c 

Col. Samuel P. Walker, Jr., sr. mil. 

att. ; army att.^ 
Capt. Alvord John Greenacre, naval att. 

and naval att. for air. ^ 
Col. Charles H. Deerwester, air att. ^ -- 
Lt. Comdr. Joseph Merit TuUy, Jr., 

asst. naval att. and asst. naval att. 

for air.^ 
Lt. Col. Theodore J. McAdam, asst. air 

att. 3 
Capt. Manuel J. Chavez, Jr., asst. air 

att. 3 

ERITREA* 



Edward W. Mulcahy, cons - 
Harrison L. Dick, v. c -■ 



Sept. 16, 1948 
June 29, 1951 



June 24, 
Aug. 27, 
Feb. 2, 
Sept. 28, 
June 18, 
May 14, 
July 1, 
Apr. 13, 



1949 
1951 
1951 
1950 
1948 
1951 
1949 
1951 



Feb. 23, 1950 

June 2, 1950 

Mar. 16, 1950 
May 14, 1951 

June 7, 1951 
Aug. 4, 1950 



Feb. 18, 1950 
Nov. 1, 1951 



FSS-5 - 
FSS-11 



FSO-5 
FSS-9 



7,635 
3,927 



FSO-1 --- 




rso-3 -— 


9,730 


FSS-7 - — 


6,267 


FSS-7 — - 


6,087 


FSO-5 --- 


5,913 


FSS-7 --- 


5,907 


FSO-5 — 


5,313 


FSO-6 — 


4,393 







5,513 
5,259 



ESTONIA 



Addis Ababa (E) 



(AA & Air A) ■ 



Helsinki (L) 



Legation at Tallinn closed. 

ETHIOPIA 

J. Rives Childs, A. E. and P 

Richard D. Gatewood, 1st sec. ; cons 

Glen W. Russ, att -- 

Edward C. Jandy, att 

Arthur L. Paddock, Jr., 2d sec. ; v. c' 
H. Earle Russell, Jr., 3d sec. ; v. c -- 

Lt. Col. Leo J. Query, sr. mil. att. ; 
army att. 

Col. Joseph A. L. Greco, air att. * 

Lt. Col. David L. Evans, asst. air att.' 
Maj. Robert W. Stewart, asst. air att. ^ • 



FINLAND 

John M. Cabot, E. E. and M. P 
Frances E. Willis, couns. of leg 
H. Bartlett Wells, 1st sec; cons 
David G. Wilson, Jr., 1st sec — 

John W. Lund, att 

William Barnes, 2d sec. ; cons -- 
Harold L. Bigler, att 



Apr. 


19, 


1951 


FSO-CM - 




Sept. 


29, 


1951 


FSO-3 - — 


9,730 


May 


2, 


1947 


FSS-6 -- 


6,861 


May 


1. 


1950 


FSR-5 -- 


6,713 


Feb. 


10, 


1949 


FSO-5 --- 


5,913 


Mar. 


29, 


1951 


FSO-6 — - 


4,593 


Dec. 


14, 


1949 






Aug. 


5, 


1950 






Aug. 


7, 


1951 






Feb. 


14, 


1951 






Feb. 


2, 


1950 


FSO-CM - 




Feb. 


13, 


1951 


FSO-1 -- 


12,800 


Jan. 


6, 


1951 


FSO-3 --- 


9,730 


Nov. 


3, 


1950 


FSO-3 --- 


9,130 


Apr. 


11, 


1951 


FSR-4 - — 


8,163 


July 


10, 


1950 


FSO-4 - — 


7,563 


Feb. 


23, 


1951 


FSR-4 — 


7,563 



^Assigned also to Guatemala, Managua, San Jose, and Tegucigalpa; army liaison officer at British 
Honduras. 

^Assigned also to Guatemala, Mexico City, San Jose, and Tegucigalpa; naval liaison officer at British 
Honduras; resident in Mexico City. 

^Assigned also to Guatemala, Managua, San Jose, and Tegucigalpa. 

■'Under British military administration until federated with Ethiopia in September 1952. 

'Assigned also to serve in the district of French Somaliland. 

'Assigned also to Cairo. 



20 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 1952 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Helsinki (L)--Continued 



(AA, NA, & Air A) 



FSS-6 — 


$ 6,681 


FSS-7 --- 


5,907 


FSO-5 --- 


5,313 


FSO-5 --- 


5,313 


FSS-9 -- 


4,899 


FSS-9 — 


4,719 







FINLAND- -Continued 

Tuure Tenander, att Dec. 4, 1950 

John E. Crawford, asst. att July 16, 1951 

G. Alonzo Stanford, 2d sec. ; v. c Mar. 24, 1949 

William H. Witt, 2d sec. ; v. c Jan. 4, 1950 

John Koval, courier ser. supervisor — June 5, 1951 

Fred Hajjar, asst. att Feb. 9, 1950 

Col. Bernard B. McMahon, army att --- Oct. 6, 1949 

Capt. Robert Ward Cooper, naval att. May 4, 1950 

and naval att. for air. 

Maj. Howard T. Van de Car, air att Oct. 28, 1949 

Lt. Col. Gordon C. Jones, asst. army att Dec. 20, 1950 

Maj. Leo John Dulacki, asst. naval att. Feb. 21, 1950 

and asst. naval att. for air. 

Capt. Theodore C. Pippin, Jr., asst. air Dec. 9, 1949 

att. 

Capt. Sidney G. Smith, asst. air att Feb. 16, 1951 

FRANCE AND POSSESSIONS, etc. 

(France) 

Paris (E) David K. E. Bruce, A. E. and P -- 

James W. Riddleberger, pol. aaviser 
(ECA). 

Cecil Wayne Gray, couns. of emb. ; cons, 
gen. 

Robert H. Thayer, att 

Philip W. Bonsai, couns. of emb. with 
personal rank of minister. 

Charles Morris Hulten, public affairs 
officer. 

Philip D. Sprouse, 1st sec. ; cons 

Graham Anderson Martin, couns. of emb- 

William R. Tyler, couns. of emb 

Robert P. Terrill, 1st sec 

Omer W. Herrmann, att 

Paul Birdsall, att 

George L. Bell, att 

Douglas MacArthur, 2d, couns. of emb. 
(NATO). 

G. Frederick Reinhardt, For. Ser. offi- 
cer (NATO War Coll.). 

Morrill Cody, att ^- 

Thomas T. Carter, att. ^ 

Charles A. Thomson, couns. of emb. for 
UNESCO affairs. 

Lawrence S. Morris, att 

Woodruff Wallner, 1st sec. ; cons 

Rufus H. Lane, Jr., 1st sec. ; cons 

Robert Newbegin, 1st sec. ; cons. (MDAP) 

Gerald M. Mayer, att 

Frederick Allen Motz, att. ^ 

Eldon L. Bailey, att.^ 

William Charles Buell, att 

Robert G. Cleveland, 1st sec. ; cons 

Olaf Francis Sundt, att 

Sidney B. Jacques, att 

Richard Eldridge, att 

Alan B. Jacobs, regional constr. super- 
visor. 

Landreth M. Harrison, 1st sec. ; cons -- 

Walter Smith, 1st sec; cons 

^Assigned also to Bern, Brussels, Lisbon, Luxembourg, and Madrid. 

^Assigned also to Algiers, Ankara, Athens, Berlin, Bern, Brussels, Cairo, Copenhagen, Dublin, Helsinki, 
Lisbon, London, Madrid, Oslo, Rome, Stockholm, Tangier, The Hague, Tripoli, Tunis, and Vienna. 

^ Assigned also to Bern, Brussels, Copenhagen, Dublin, Frankfort on the Main, Geneva, Helsinki, Lisbon, 
London, Luxembourg, Madrid, Oslo, Rome, Stockholm, The Hague, and Vienna. 



May 


9, 


1949 




Sept. 


4, 


1950 


fSO-CM 


July 


28, 


1948 


FSO-1 -- 


Feb. 


2, 


1951 


FSR-1 -- 


Sept. 


3, 


1950 


FSO-1 - 


Aug. 


29, 


1951 


FSR-1 - 


June 


17, 


1950 


FSO-1 - 


Mar. 


24, 


1947 


FSR-1 - 


July 


28, 


1948 


FSR-1 - 


Nov. 


1, 


1948 


FSR-1 -- 


June 


1, 


1951 


FSR-1 -- 


Aug. 


26, 


1949 


FSR-2 - 


Sept. 


3, 


1949 


FSR-2 - 
FSO-2 -- 

FSO-2 -- 


Oct. 


3, 


1951 


Sept. 


29, 


1950 


FSR-2 - 


Oct. 


18, 


1950 


FSR-2 - 


Nov. 


30, 


1950 


FSR-2 - 


Aug. 


23, 


1951 


FSR-2 - 


July 


21, 


1948 


FSO-2 - 


June 28, 


1950 


FSO-2 - 


July 


19, 


1951 


FSO-2 - 


Sept. 


6, 


1951 


FSR-2 - 


Dec. 


8, 


1948 


FSS-1 - 


Oct. 


4, 


1950 


FSS-1 - 


Oct. 


4, 


1950 


FSS-1 - 


Oct. 


29, 


1948 


FSO-3 - 


Sept. 


4, 


1947 


FSS-1 -- 


July 


22, 


1950 


FSS-2 - 


Oct. 


16, 


1944 


FSS-1 -- 


Dec. 


1, 


1946 


FSS-1 - 


Feb. 


1, 


1949 


FSO-3 -- 


July 


25, 


1949 


FSO-3 -- 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



21 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Salary 



FRANCE AND POSSESSIONS, etc. --Continued 
( France) - -Continued 

(E)-- Continued George T. Moody, att 

Gustavus Tuckerman, att 

William Pinyard Richmond, Jr., att.' -- 

Carlisle C. Mclvor, att. (ECA) 

John L. Brown, att 

Sylvain R. Loupe, att 

Edward Calhoun Crouch, att 

Homer Weathers Lanford, att. ^ 

Harry Conover, 1st sec. ; cons 

H. Gardner Ainsworth, 1st sec. ; cons -- 

George L. Picard, att 

Abram E. Manell, att 

Lee B. Blanchard, att 

Irving Jack Fasteau, att 

Edwin A. Willard, att 

Monroe McCown, att 

Manuel Sanchez, att.'' 

John Felix Sturm, dep. regional super- 
visor. 

John R. Wood, cons. ; att 

Horace Jacobs Nickels, att 

Charles Grey, att 

Gardner B. MacPherson, asst. att 

Kenyon C. Bolton, att 

Simon J. Copans, att 

Robert R. Cunningham, att. ; v. c 

William Koren, Jr. , 2d sec. ; cons 

Robert M. Brandin, 2d sec. ; cons 

Elias Alfred McQuaid, att 

Paul C. Child, att 

Agnes E. Schneider, cons. ; att 

William S. Patten, program coordinator 
(MDAP). 

Alex Theodore Prengel, att 

Robert A. Clark, Jr., att 

Marshall Haseltine, att 

WiUiam A. Crawford, 2d sec. ; cons — 

Mary P. Parsons, att — 

Elmer S. Dorsay, att 

Fred C. Snider, att. '■ 

Thomas Franklin Bland, att 

Juana Allraum Vogt, att 

Rupert A. Lloyd, 2d sec. ; cons 

John E. Utter, 2d sec. ; cons 

David G. Nes, 2d sec. ; cons 

R. Clyde Larkin, cons 

Frank D. Taylor, econ. officer 

Joseph A. Degenhardt, v. c 

John G. Hrones, cons 

Leopold J. LeClair, asst. att 

Francoise C. Queneau, att 

Keirn C. Brown, att. (MDAP) " 

Martin Florian Herz, 2d sec. ; cons — 

Herbert D. Spivack, 2d sec. ; cons 

Walter A. Jasiorkowski, att 

Paul H. Green, att.'' 

Natalie C. Grant, pol. analyst 

Frederick R. Mangold, asst. att 

Owen D. Johnson, att 

Arthur B. Scharff, budget and fiscal 
officer. 

signed also to Ankara, Athens, Belfast, Belgrade, Bern, Brussels, Cairo, Copenhagen, Dublin, 

fort on the Main, Jerusalem, Lisbon, London, Luxembourg, Madrid, Oslo, Rome, Stockholm, The 

, Trieste, and Vienna. 

signed also to Lisbon and Madrid. 

signed also to Brussels, Luxembourg, and The Hague. 

signed also to Athens, Belgrade, Berlin, Bern, Brussels, Bucharest, Budapest, Copenhagen, Dublin, 

fort on the Main, Gibraltar, Godthaab, Helsinki, Lisbon, London, Luxembourg, Madrid, Moscow, Oslo, 

Delgada, Praha, Reykjavik, Rome, Stockholm, Tenerife, The Hague, Trieste, Vienna, and Warsaw. 



Aug. 20 


1951 


Oct. 1 


1951 


Aug. 19 


1950 


Dec. 20 


1950 


Nov. 12 


1949 


Nov. 13 


1946 


May 15 


1950 


July 29 


1951 


Mar. 23 


1951 


Aug. 6 


1951 


July 28 


1948 


Nov. 17 


1950 


Jan. 15 


1951 


Mar. 1 


1948 


Apr. 25 


1951 


Dec. 6 


1949 


June 25 


1945 


May 24 


1947 


Aug. 29 


1944 


July 23 


1951 


Oct. 21 


1944 


Aug. 1 


1949 


June 6 


1949 


July 1 


1946 


Oct. 13 


1949 


May 24 


1948 


July 18 


1950 


June 5 


1948 


Sept. 15 


1948 


Oct. 25 


1944 


Nov. 20 


1944 


July 21 


1951 


Sept. 2 


1951 


Nov. 15 


1951 


Apr. 14 


1950 


Oct. 21 


1948 


Sept. 16 


1950 


July 18 


1951 


Sept. 18 


1950 


Sept. 29 


1950 


May 26 


1949 


Nov. 23 


1949 


Sept. 2 


1950 


Nov. 18 


1949 


Apr. 22 


1950 


Dec. 4 


1944 


Dec. 29 


1944 


Aug. 31 


1948 


Dec. 28 


1950 


Apr. 22 


1951 


Apr. 18 


1950 


Nov. 17 


1950 


Aug. 17 


1951 


July 25 


1950 


Mar. 24 


1945 


Jan. 6 


1951 


Feb. 4 


1947 


Mar. 18 


1949 



FSR-3 — 


$9 


730 


FSR-3 --- 


9 


730 


FSS-2 -- 


9 


710 


FSS-2 — 


9 


710 


FSR-3 — 


9 


430 


FSS-2 - — 


9 


230 


FSS-2 - — 


9 


230 


FSS-2 — - 


9 


230 


FSO-3 -- 


9 


130 


FSO-3 -- 


9 


130 


F6R-3 - — 


9 


130 


FSR-3 — - 


9 


130 


FSS-3 --- 


8 


961 


FSR-4 -- 


8 


863 


FSR-4 -- 


8 


763 


FSS-3 — 


8 


721 


FSS-4 — 


8 


649 


FSS-4 -- 


8 


649 


FSS-3 --- 


8 


481 


FSR-4 — 


8 


463 


FSS-4 — 


8 


169 


FSS-4 — 


8 


169 


FSR-4 -- 


8 


163 


FSS-4 --- 


7 


929 


FSS-4 -- 


7 


929 


FSO-4 — 


7 


863 


FSO-4 -- 


7 


863 


FSR-4 — 


7 


863 


FSR-4 --- 


7 


863 


FSS-4 -- 


7 


689 


FSS-4 -- 


7 


689 


FSS-4 — 


7 


689 


FSS-4 — 


7 


689 


FSS-4 — 


7 


689 


FSO-4 — 


7 


563 


FSR-4 — 


7 


563 


FSS-5 -- 


7 


455 


FSS-6 -- 


7 


401 


FSS-5 -- 


7 


275 


FSS-5 - — 


7 


275 


FSO-4 -- 


7 


263 


FSO-4 -- 


7 


263 


FSO-4 -- 


7 


263 


FSR-4 — 


7 


263 


FSR-4 — 


7 


263 


FSS-5 -" 


7 


263 


FSS-5 — 


7 


263 


FSS-5 — 


7 


095 


FSS-6 -- 


7 


041 


FSS-6 — 


7 


041 


FSO-4 -- 


6 


963 


FSO-4 -- 


6 


963 


FSR-4 — 


6 


963 


FSS-6 — 


6 


861 


FSS-6 --- 


6 


681 


FSS-6 --- 


6 


681 


FSS-6 --- 


6 


501 


FSS-6 --- 


6 


501 



22 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 1952 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Paris (E)-- Continued 



FRANCE AND POSSESSIONS, etc. --Continued 
(France) — Continued 



Neil Carney McManus, att. "■ 

Willis Bryant Collins, Jr., veterans 

affairs officer. 

Dorothy May Anderson, att. ^ 

Robert C. Haney, att 

Randolph Dickins, Jr., gen. sers. officer 

Lillie Levine, personnel technician 

Irving Silverman, asst. att 

Adele Dix, v. c 

Mary Margaret Craig, veterans affairs 

officer. 
Marvin L. Burkholder, veterans affairs 

officer. 

O. WiUard Holloway, librarian 

James G. McCargar, 2d sec; v. c 

James A. Hulbert, librarian 

WiUred P. Allard, asst. att 

Maurice Trout, att. ^ 

William B. DeOrace, att 

Louis A. Gallo, veterans affairs officer — 
Henry Hunt McKee, veterans affairs of- 
ficer. 
Harris H. Ball, courier ser. supervisor - 

Donald L. Woolf, asst. att 

Ruth A. Lovell, personnel asst 

Thomas Venturini, veterans affairs 

officer. 

Quentin R. Bates, 2d sec. ; v. c 

Benjamin C. Bradlee, asst. att 

Theodore R. Jaeckel, asst. att 

Frederick W. Flott, Jr., v. c 

John D. Philipsborn, asst. att 

Juan L. GorreU, asst. att 

Frank A. De Lisio, bldg. supt 

Florence Palmer, att 

WiUiam V. Owen, asst. att. (SHAPE) 

Ulay K. Wise, veterans affairs officer — 

Stanley M. Cleveland, 2d sec. ; v. c 

William D. Fisher, 2d sec; v. c (ECA)-- 

Mary Vance Trent, 2d sec. ; v. c 

Robert B. Hill, 2d sec. ; v. c 

Thomas J. Jennings, asst. public affairs 

officer (Lille). 

Curtis P. Fields, Jr., asst. att 

Darthea Speyer, asst. att 

Alfred D. Frazier, courier 

Frank E. Phillips, courier 

Joseph A. Pancamo, courier ser. 

supervisor. 

Herschel H. Helm, Jr., att. ^ 

Joseph Jacob Bezjian, att. ^ 

R. John Bay, asst. att 

Edna A. Richardson, veterans affairs 

officer . 

Converse Hettinger, 2d sec. ; v. c 

Jean V. Smith, v. c 

Thomas J. Hester, Jr., admin, asst 

Bernice T. Jones, v. c 

John R. McCarthy, asst. att 

Walter M. Masters, v. c 

Howard L. Walker, v. c 

Steven Kline, 3d sec. ; v. c 

Norman Armour, Jr., 3d sec; v. c 

Donald E. Larimore, 3d sec. ; v. c (ECA) 
Charles C. Adams, Jr. , 3d sec. ; v. c — 



July 25 


1950 


Oct. 4 


1950 


Feb. 9 


1951 


Feb. 21 


1951 


Apr. 13 


1951 


Nov. 29 


1950 


July 17 


1951 


Oct. 2 


1944 


Nov. 29 


1950 


Dec. 27 


1950 


Mar. 4 


1951 


July 1 


1950 


May 31 


1951 


Oct. 13 


1948 


July 23 


1950 


Oct. 9 


1950 


Dec. 21 


1950 


Jan. 11 


1951 


Mar. 26 


1951 


May 4 


1951 


Sept. 11 


1951 


July 18 


1951 


June 30 


1950 


May 11 


1951 


July 17 


1951 


Apr. 8 


1947 


June 17 


1949 


Dec. 30 


1950 


Aug. 26 


1944 


Sept. 21 


1944 


May 14 


1951 


Dec. 3 


1951 


Aug. 2 


1949 


June 28 


1950 


June 28 


1950 


June 26 


1951 


Feb. 9 


1950 


Aug. 10 


1951 


Feb. 16 


1950 


Sept. 12 


1949 


Nov. 8 


1951 


June 12 


1950 


July 25 


1950 


July 26 


1950 


Sept. 8 


1950 


Dec. 14 


1950 


Jan. 23 


1950 


Feb. 27 


1945 


Dec. 12 


1949 


Aug. 14 


1950 


Mar. 14 


1951 


Aug. 8 


1950 


Aug. 15 


1951 


Mar. 29 


1950 


Apr. 3 


1950 


June 12 


1950 


Mar. 7 


1951 



FSS-6 
FSS-6 

FSS-6 
FSS-6 
FSS-6 
FSS-7 
FSR-5 
FSS-7 
FSS-7 

FSS-8 

FSS-8 
FSO-5 
FSR-5 
FSS-7 
FSS-7 
FSS-7 
FSS-7 
FSS-7 

FSS-7 
FSS-7 
FSS-7 
FSS-8 

FSO-5 
FSR-5 
FSR-5 
FSS-7 
FSS-7 
FSS-7 
FSS-8 
FSS-8 
FSS-8 
FSS-8 
FSO-5 
FSO-5 
FSO-5 
FSO-5 
FSR-5 

FSR-5 
FSS-8 
FSS-9 
FSS-9 
FSS-8 

FSS-8 
FSS-8 
FSS-8 
FSS-8 

FSO-5 
FSS-8 
FSS-8 
FSS-8 
FSS-8 
FSS-9 
FSS-9 
FSO-6 
FSO-6 
FSO-6 
FSO-6 ■ 



' Assigned also to Athens, Belgrade, Berlin, Bern, Brussels, Bucharest, Budapest, Copenhagen, Dublin, 
Frankfort on the Main, Gibraltar, Godthaab, Helsinki, Lisbon, London, Luxembourg, Madrid, Moscow, Oslo, 
Ponta Delgada, Praha, Reykjavik, Rome, Stockholm, Tenerife, The Hague, Trieste, Vienna, and Warsaw. 

^ Assigned also to Bern, Lisbon, and Madrid. 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



23 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Salary 



(E)-- Continued 



AA, NA, & Air A) 



aux (C) 

ourg (C) 
Tie (C) - 



(C) 



FRANCE AND POSSESSIONS, etc. --Continued 



( France) - - Continued 

Penelope Royall, librarian 

Dale K. Betts, admin, asst. (MDAP) 

Harryet E. Willis, econ. asst. (MDAP) -- 

Bruce W. Forbes, v. c 

Robert Bacon, v. c 

Aline Ball Schlatter, v. c 

Marguerite R. Lipp, sec 

Charles K. PoweU, garage supt 

Robert Francis Griggs, veterans adviser- 
Flora E. Jones, admin, asst 

Walter L. Swierczek, communications 

technician. 
Robert Burns Williams, communications 

supervisor. 

Emily C. Cox, admin, asst 

Jessie L. Harnit, v. c 

Eugene G. Tucker, press analysis officer 

Madalaine A. Jacobus, v. c 

Montgomery B. Barrett, librarian 

Howard C. Thomas, Jr., v. c. (LiUe) — 
Roberts. Smith, asst. att 

Brig. Gen. Joseph J. O'Hare, sr. mil. 

att. ; army att. 
Capt. Henri H. Smith-Hutton, naval att. 

and naval att. for air. ^ 

Col. Monro MacCloskey, air att 

Col. Lowell M. Riley, asst. army att — 
Col. William E. Williamson, asst. army 

att. 
Lt. Col. Robert H. Calahan, asst. army 

att. 

Capt. Jack D. Reid, asst. army att 

Comdr. Enrique D'Hamel Haskins, asst. 

naval att. and asst. naval att. for air. 
Lt. Comdr. Micajah Reeves Wyatt, asst. 

naval att. and asst. naval att. for air. 
Lt. Comdr. Charles Wickham Moore, 

asst. naval att. and asst. naval att. 

for air. 
Lt. Comdr. Robert James Everett, asst. 

naval att. 
Lt. Francis Fabian James Moloney, asst. 

naval att. and asst. naval att. for air. 
Col. George B. Green, asst. air att.^ — 
Lt. Col. William B. Bailey, asst. air 

att. 
Lt. Col. Vernon R. Turner, asst. air 

att. 
Maj. Benjamin M. Matlick, Jr., asst. 

air att. 
Capt. John P. Carew, asst. air att 

Frederick B. Lyon, cons, gen 

David M. Bane, cons 

Theodore S. Arthur, public affairs officer 

Thaddeus H. Chylinski, v. c 

WiUiam A. Mitchell, v. c 

Arnlioth G. Heltberg, cons 

John C. Leary, v. c 

Sabin J. Dalferes, cons 

Lee Murray, v. c 

Herbert Corkran, Jr., v. c 

Laurent Emile Morin, v. c 

Claude H. Hall, Jr., cons 

James O. Morgan, v. c 

PhUip H. Chadbourn, Jr., v. c 

Ruth C. Howard, librarian 



Oct. 2, 

July 1, 
Apr. 21, 
Jime 15, 
Oct. 4, 
Apr. 20, 
Mar. 21, 
May 1, 
May 21, 
Nov. 3, 
June 1, 



1944 
1946 
1950 
1950 
1948 
1951 
1945 
1945 
1947 
1947 
1949 



July 15, 1949 



Jan. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Jan. 
Feb. 
Sept. 
June 



6, 1950 

13, 1950 
19, 1950 
11, 1951 
19, 1951 

14, 1951 
4, 1951 



Feb. 11, 1949 

Mar. 13, 1947 

June 14, 1949 
Apr. 15, 1948 
Aug. 15, 1951 

Oct. 13, 1951 

Aug. 31, 1948 
July 17, 1951 

Nov. 16, 1950 

Mar. 9, 1951 

Aug. 17, 1951 

Mar. 31, 1951 

Apr. 21, 1951 
Oct. 21, 1948 

June 7, 1951 

June 29, 1949 

Dec. 7, 1950 



Mar. 9, 
Sept. 12, 
Mar. 16, 
Dec. 2, 
Jan. 12, 
July 31, 
June 29, 
Mar. 16, 
Dec. 21, 
Feb. 21, 
Mar. 23, 
Dec. 13, 
June 30, 
May 18, 
Nov. 29, 



1951 
1950 
1950 
1949 
1951 
1951 
1950 
1950 
1950 
1950 
1951 
1950 
1951 
1951 
1951 



FSS-9 --- 

FSS-9 --- 

FSS-9 --- 

FSS-9 -- 

FSS-9 --- 

FSS-9 — 

FSS-9 — 

FSS-9 — 

FSS-9 --- 

FSS-9 — - 

FSS-9 --- 

FSS-9 -- 

FSS-9 — - 
FSS-9 — 
FSS-9 - — 
FSS-9 --- 
FSS-9 — - 
FSS-9 — - 
FSR-6 - — 



FSO-1 

FSO-4 

FSR-4 

FSS-8 

FSS-8 

FSS-6 - 

FSO-6 

FSS-4 

FSS-8 

FSS-9 

FSS-9 

FSO-3 

FSO-5 

FSO-5 

FSS-8 ■ 



5,079 
5,079 
5,079 
5,079 
4,899 
4,899 
4,719 
4,719 
4,719 
4,719 
4,719 

4,719 

4,719 
4,719 
4,719 
4,719 
4,719 
4,719 
4,393 



13, 600 
7,263 
6,963 
5,493 
5,493 
6,501 
4,593 
7,689 
6,213 
5,259 
4,719 
9,130 
5,913 
5,513 
5,313 



signed also to Bern. 

signed also to Bern, Brussels, and Luxembourg. 



24 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 1952 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Lyon (C) — Continued 
Marseille (CG) 



Nice (C) 

Strasbourg (C) 



Algiers, Algeria (CG) • 



Dakar, French West Africa 
(CG). 



Martinique, French West 
Indies (C). 

Noumea, New Caledonia (C)- 

Tananarive, Madagascar 
(C). 



Tunis, Tunisia (CG) 



FRANCE AND POSSESSIONS, etc. --Continued 
(France) — Continued 



Bayard King, v. c 

Heyward G. Hill, cons, gen 

Davis O. Harrington, public affairs officer 

J. Roland Jacobs, cons 

Thomas J. Cole, cons 

Helen R. Nicholl, v. c 

Joseph P. Nagoski, v. c 

Leonard G. Bradford, cons 

William M. Bates, v. c 

Quincy F. Roberts, cons, gen.^ 

Charles B. Beylard, v. c. ^ 

George D. Andrews, cons. 

Leonard Lee Bacon, cons 

Franklin Roudybush, cons 

H. Stewart Beers, v. c 

Vincents. R. Brandt, v. c 



(Possessions, etc.) 



Thomas H. Lockett, cons, gen 

Joseph A. Robinson, public affairs officer- 
Joseph Frank, consular att 

Oscar H. Sells, v. c 

Richard C. Desmond, cons 

Leon G. Dorros, v. c 

Jean C. MacDonald, admin, asst 

Joseph F. Christiano, v. c 

Ruth R. Tryon, v. c 

Chester G. Dunham, v. c 

M. Williams Blake, cons, gen 

Walter W. Birge, Jr., v. c. ^. 

Robert M. Sheehan, v. c 

Donald Young Gilmore, v. c 

Harold T. Christie, v. c 

Stephen H. McClintic, cons 

Stephen McClure Carney, v. c 

Thomas A. Cassilly, v. c 

Philip E. Haring, cons 

Borrie Irwin Hsmian, v. c 

Charles H. Ducote, cons 

Maurice Pasquet, cons 

Francis T. McCoy, v. c 

John D. Jernegan, cons, gen 

David LeBreton, Jr., cons 

Joseph W. Neubert, v. c 

John A. Sabtni, v. c 

Howard W. Potter, Jr., v. c 

Irene Toth, disbursing officer 

Peter J. C. Adam, v. c 



Apr. 18, 
Apr. 16, 
Nov. 17, 
Jan. 24, 
June 28, 
Sept. 15, 
Feb. 9, 
Aug. 17, 
Dec. 9, 
July 30, 
Dec. 6, 
Mar. 15, 
June 22, 
Sept. 16, 
Sept. 8, 
Apr. 28, 



1950 
1951 
1950 
1951 
1950 
1951 
1950 
1945 
1950 
1951 
1944 
1950 
1950 
1948 
1947 
1950 



Apr. 13 


1950 


Sept. 12 


1951 


June 20 


1949 


Feb. 12 


1951 


Nov. 23 


1949 


Feb. 1 


1951 


Sept. 14 


1950 


Mar. 23 


1951 


July 9 


1951 


Aug. 15 


1951 


June 28 


1951 


Sept. 7 


1949 


July 20 


1951 


May 14 


1951 


Mar. 23 


1950 


Mar. 30 


1951 


Jan. 29 


1951 


Feb. 14 


1950 


Sept. 25 


1951 


July 24 


1950 


Mar. 1 


1951 


Nov. 21 


1951 


June 14 


1951 


May 16 


1950 


May 10 


1951 


Dec. 28 


1949 


Mar. 15 


1949 


Oct. 24 


1949 


Oct. 27 


1949 


Jan. 24 


1951 



FSO-6 
FSO-2 
FSR-4 
FSO-4 
FSS-7 
FSO-5 
FSO-5 
FSS-8 
FSO-5 
FSO-3 
FSS-9 
FSO-3 
FSO-3 
FSS-4 
FSS-8 
FSO-6 



FSO-1 
FSR-3 
FSR-4 
FSS-5 
FSO-4 
FSO-5 
FSS-9 
FSS-8 
FSS-8 
FSO-6 
FSO-3 
FSO-5 
FSO-5 
FSR-5 
FSS-9 
FSO-5 
FSS-9 
FSO-6 
FSO-5 
FSO-6 
FSO-3 
FSO-3 
FSO-6 
FSO-2 
FSO-4 
FSO-5 
FSO-5 
FSO-6 
FSS-9 
FSR-6 



^ Assigned also to Monaco. 

^ Assignee also to British Gambia and Portuguese Guinea. 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



25 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Salary 



GERMANY (OFFICE OF THE U.S. HIGH COMMISSIONER FOR GERMANY (HICOG)) 
Frankfort on the Main (unless otherwise noted) 



of U.S. High Com- 
sioner (HC). 



of Political Affairs 
). 



John J. McCIoy, U.S. high commr. ; chief 

of mission. 
Lt. Gen. L. K. Truscott, coordinator; 

adviser. 
Maj. Gen. George P. Hays, dep. high 

commr. (Frankfort on the Main; 

Mehlem). 
Benjamin H. Buttenwieser, asst. high 

commr. 
Chauncey G. Parker, asst. high commr - 
Lt. Col. Harrison Gerhardt, special 

asst. high commr. 
John Miles, special asst. to asst. high 

commr. (operations). 
Gert Whitman, asst. high commr — — - 
Robert M. Donihi, chief research analyst 

Marie L. Acton, research analyst 

Patricia J. Leonard, admin, asst — — - 
Mary Ann Curnias, admin, asst — — - — 
Mary C. Eptfanio, sec -- — - — — — — 

Samuel Reber, Jr. , dir. of pol. affairs; 
couns. of mission with personal rank 
of minister. 

Albert M. Doyle, principal officer; cons, 
gen. 1 

Guy J. Swope, chief of displaced popula- 
tions div.; special asst. to U.S. high 
commr. 

Kenneth Dayton, dep. dir. of office of 
pol. affairs. 

Thomas D. Johnson, chief of civil aviation 
div. (Wiesbaden). 

William W. Schott, chief of protocol div. 
(Bonn). 

Charles W. Thayer, chief of liaison and 
reporting div. (Bonn). 

James L. McCraw, chief of public safety 
div. 

Ellsworth C. Wolfsperger, civil ser. of- 
ficer (Bonn). 

Harold W. Moseley, pol. officer — — — 

Leslie Archie Grant, pol. officer 

John B. Mason, chief of civic and legisla- 
tive activities div. 

Leigh Mead Hammond, airways engineer 
(Wiesbaden). 

Leon Webber Fuller, pol. officer 

Richard W. Cooper, pol. officer — 

Charles Dennis Daily, airport administra- 
tor (Munich). 

Martin John Her, econ. and legal adviser 
(Wiesbaden). 

Paul P. Roudakoff, dep. chief of protocol 
div. (Berlin). 

Ulrich Charles Urton, public safety officer 

Clinton C. Van Cott, radio engineer 
(Wiesbaden). 

Richard L. Martin, airport administrator 

Leonard Curtis Moore, airways operations 
engineer (Wiesbaden). 

Richard W. Pears, airport administrator 
(Berlin). 

Frank Bertram Lane, airport administra- 
tor (Bremen). 

John Zale Williams, displaced populations 
officer. 

signed also as immigration coordinating officer for the Displaced Populations Program in Austria, 
iny, and Italy. 



June 13, 


1949 


Oct. 


16, 


1949 


Oct. 


5, 


1949 


Dec. 
Oct. 


29, 
15, 


1950 
1949 


Oct. 


18, 


1949 


Sept. 22, 
Oct. 16, 
Oct. 16, 
June 27, 
Feb. 2, 
Oct. 16, 


1949 
1949 
1949 
1949 
1948 
1949 


June 23, 


1950 


May 


6, 


1950 


July 


26, 


1949 


Oct. 


16, 


1949 


Oct. 


16, 


1949 


Oct. 


16, 


1949 


Nov. 


28, 


1949 


Oct. 


16, 


1949 


Oct. 


16, 


1949 


Feb. 
Oct. 
Feb. 


20, 

16, 

9, 


1950 
1949 
1950 


Oct. 


16, 


1949 


Dec. 
Oct. 
Oct. 


16, 
16, 
16, 


1949 
1949 
1949 


Oct. 


16, 


1949 


Oct. 


16, 


1949 


Oct. 
Oct. 


16, 
16, 


1949 
1949 


Oct. 
Oct. 


16, 
16, 


1949 
1949 


Apr. 


15, 


1950 


Oct. 


16, 


1949 


Feb. 


22, 


1950 





--« 


FSR-1 -- 


$14,300 


FSR-1 — 


14,300 


FSR-2 — 


12, 550 


FSS-1 — 


10, 250 


FSS-3 — 


8,721 


FSS-5 — 


7,275 


FSS-7 — 


6,087 


FSS-9 — 


4,899 


FSS-9 — 


4,719 


FSO-1 — 


14, 300 


FSO-1 - 


13,600 


FSR-1 — 


13,600 


FSR-2 — 


11,500 


FSR-2 — 


11,500 


FSR-2 - 


11,500 


FSO-2 - 


11,130 


FSS-1 — 


11,130 


FSS-1 - 


11,130 


FSS-1 — 


11,130 


FSS-1 — 


10,250 


FSS-1 — 


10,250 


FSS-2 -- 


10,250 


FSS-2 — 


9,950 


FSS-2 — 


9,710 


FSS-2 - 


9,710 


FSS-2 — 


9,710 


FSS-2 — 


9,710 


FSS-2 - 


9,710 


FSS-2 - 


9,710 


FSS-2 — 


9,470 


FSS-2 — 


9,470 


FSS-2 — 


9,470 


FSS-3 - 


9,441 


FSS-2 — 


9,230 



26 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 1952 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



GERMANY (HICOG)— Continued 
Frankfort on the Main (unless otherwise noted) — Continued 



Office of Political Affairs 
(PA)— Continued. 



George C. Carl, displaced populations Apr. 30, 1950 

officer. 
Eric Milton Hughes, displaced populations Apr. 30, 1950 

officer. 
Henry C. Ramsey, special asst. to the Sept. >, 1950 

dir. 
George W. Renchard, chief of migration Sept. 3, 1950 

br. 
John Fletcher Clymer, airport adminis- Oct. 16, 1949 

trator (Stuttgart). 
Rene J. Daudon, protocol officer (Bonn) - Oct. 16, 1949 

Ernest Linde, pol. officer Oct. 16, 1949 

Anton F. Pabsch, pol. officer (liaison) Oct. 16, 1949 

(Bonn). 
Robert Louis Perry, public safety officer Oct. 16, 1949 
Morton A. Roth, displaced populations Apr. 30, 1950 

officer. 
George May WaUer, air traffic control Oct. 16, 1949 

engineer (Wiesbaden). 
Russell W. Benton, chief of travel control Oct. 15, 1946 

div. 
Eugene E. Richards, airport administra- Oct. 16, 1949 

tor (Number g). 

Gerard M. Gert, pol. officer Oct. 16, 1949 

Edward W. Lawrence, liaison officer Oct. 16, 1949 

(Bonn). 
Joel B. White, Jr., public safety off icer - Oct. 16, 1949 
George Fleischer, pol. officer -- — -~ — Oct. 16, 1949 
Franz Marmorek, pol. officer — — — — Oct. 16, 1949 
William Wayne Spence, aeronautical Oct. 16, 1949 

facilities engineer (Wiesbaden). 
Neely Gee Turner, pol. officer (reorienta- Oct. 16, 1949 

tion). 
Edward Rowland Kelley, admin, officer - June 22, 1950 
Donald F. McCall, public safety officer - June 1, 1951 
John Gienger Heyn, pol. officer (Bonn) - Oct. 29, 1950 
George Lybrook West, Jr. , chief of for. Jan. 10, 1950 

relations div. (Bonn). 
Delmar R. Carlson, pol. officer; v. c. Feb. 14, 1946 

(Bonn). 
Melbourne L. Githens, radio engineer — Oct. 16, 1949 
Wilhelm Moll, pol. officer (reorienta- Oct. 30, 1949 

tion). 
Frank Francis Erdoes, travel control Oct. 16, 1949 

officer (Berlin). 
Hugh George Elbot, records administrator Oct. 16, 1949 

(Arolsen). 
Walter E. Bowman, displaced populations July 3, 1950 

officer. 
Harry Grossmann, displaced populations July 26, 1950 

officer. 
Edward B. Sutton, immigration insp. Oct. 16, 1949 

(Munich). 
Robert F. Corrigan, pol. officer; cons. Feb. 14, 1950 

(Heidelberg). 
Raymond Russel Cook, immigration Dec. 15, 1949 

insp. (Berlin). 
John Henry Lanius, airport traffic con- Oct. 16, 1949 

troller (Munich and Riem). 
Martin S. Bowe, Jr. , immigration insp. Nov. 13, 1949 

(Munich). 
Andrew I. Killgore, displaced populations July 17, 1950 

officer. 
Frank Henry Cornells, travel control Oct. 16, 1949 

officer (Stuttgart). 
Herbert J. Pratt, travel control officer - Oct. 16, 1949 
Harry William Thon, travel control officer Oct. 16, 1949 

(Bonn). 
Jacob Jack Urman, travel control officer Oct. 16, 1949 

(Munich). 



FSS-2 - 

FSS-2 - 

FSO-3 - 

FSO-4 - 

FSS-3 - 

FSS-3 — 
FSS-3 - 
FSS-3 — 

FSS-4 - 
FSS-4 - 

FSS-3 — 

FSO-4 - 

FSS-4 — 

FSS-4 — 
FSS-4 - 

FSS-4 — 

FSS-4 — 

FSS-4 — 

FSS-4 — 

FSS-4 — 

FSS-4 — 

FSS-4 -- 

FSS-5 — 

FSO-4 — 

FSS-5 — 

FSS-5 — 
FSS-5 — 

FSS-6 — 

FSS-5 — 

FSS-5 — 

FSS-5 — 

FSS-6 — 

FSO-4 — 

FSS-7 — 

FSS-6 — 

FSS-6 — 

FSS-7 — 

FSS-7 — 

FSS-7 — 
FSS-7 — 

FSS-7 — 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



27 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Salary 



GERMANY (HICOG)— Continued 

Frankfort on the Main (unless otherwise noted)- -Continued 



of Political Affairs 
l--Continued. 



Division (FD) 



of Executive Secretary 
3). 



Stephen A. Koczak, pol. officer (Bonn) -- 
Howard M. Cook, displaced populations 

officer (housing and transportation). 
Shelbert L. Higgins, dep. airport admin- 
istrator (Berlin). 
Earl K. Rogers, immigration insp. 

(Bremen). 
Peter Hooper, Jr., pol. officer; v. c. 

(Bonn). 
Clarence A. Fuchs, immigration insp. 

(Passau). 
Alfred L. Atherton, Jr., pol. officer; 

v.c. (Bonn). 
Sanford J. Robin, immigration insp. 

(Berchtesgaden). 
Allen C. Siebens, pol. officer (Bonn) — 
Bradford H. Wells, admin, asst 

Eldon J. Cassoday, program and policy 

adviser. 

Charles Edward Lloyd, asst. dir 

Genevieve J. Birlauf, program and policy 

analyst. 

James E. King, Jr., exec, sec — - 

Harold Zink, chief historian — 

Sam P. Gilstrap, dep. exec, sec — ~- 
Joseph E. Slater, U.S. sec. (Allied High 

Commn.)(Bonn). 
Alexander R. Forest, policy reports sec- 
Eric George Gration, staff sec ~ — 

John Ford Golay, dep. U.S. sec. (Allied 

High Commn.) (Bonn). 
Hubert G. Schmidt, dep. chief of histori- 
cal div. 

Elmer Plischke, historian (Bonn) 

Guy A. Lee, historian 

Ezekiel L. Glazier, dep. policy reports 

sec. 

Ernest Guest Wiener, dep. staff sec 

Henry P. Pilgert, historian — 

James Johnson Coale, special asst. U.S. 

sec. (Allied High Commn. )(Bonn). 
Henry A. Dunlap, librarian; archivist 

(Bonn). 

James F. J. Gillen, historian — • 

Herman Elegant, asst. U.S. sec. (Allied 

High Commn.) (Bonn). 
Gustave Harcourt, translator; interpreter 

(Bonn). 

Gordon F. Corrigan, asst. staff sec 

Paul Warren Freedmann, research analyst 
Curt S. Goldsmith, legislation reporter 

(Bonn). 

Christian John Goll, asst. staff sec 

Robert W. Hewetson, asst. policy reports 

sec. 
John W. McDonald, Jr., asst. U.S. sec. 

(Allied High Commn.) (Bonn). 
Frederick T. Sillett, asst. U.S. sec. 

(Bonn). 
Rowan A. Wakefield, asst. U.S. sec. 

(Allied High Commn.) (Bonn). 
Raymond Bring, translator; interpreter 

(Bonn). 
Gertrude A. L. Beck, asst. U.S. sec. 

(Allied High Commn.) (Bonn). 



May 
Oct. 


15, 
16, 


1949 
1949 


Sept 


3, 


1950 


Aug. 


7 


1950 


July 


10 


1947 


Dec. 


1, 


1949 


Dec. 


11 


1949 


Jan. 


24 


1950 


July 
Feb. 


15 
5 


1949 
1950 


Oct. 


16 


1949 


Oct. 
Oct. 


16 
16 


1949 
1949 


Oct. 16 
June 14 
Sept. 13 
Sept. 16 


1949 
1950 
1950 
1949 


Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 


16 
16 
16 


1949 
1949 
1949 


July 


1 


1950 


Aug. 7 
June 20 
Oct. 16 


1950 
1950 
1949 


Oct. 
Mar 
Oct. 


16 
30 
16 


1949 
1950 
1949 


Oct. 


16 


1949 


Dec. 
Oct. 


13 

16 


1950 
1949 


Oct. 


16 


1949 


Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 


16, 
16 
16 


1949 
1949 
1949 


Oct. 
Oct. 


16 
16 


1949 
1949 


Oct. 


16 


1949 


Apr. 


4 


1950 


May 


17 


1950 


Oct. 


30 


1949 


Oct. 


16 


1949 



FSO-5 

FSS-7 

FSS-7 

FSS-8 

FSO-5 

FSS-8 

FSO-5 

FSS-8 

FSO-6 
FSO-6 

FSS-1 

FSS-2 
FSS-7 



$ 5,913 
5,907 

5,907 

5,853 

5,513 

5,493 

5,313 

5,313 

5,093 
4,393 

11,130 

9,230 
5,907 



FSR-1 - 

FSR-2 - 

FSR-2 - 

FSS-1 - 

FSS-1 - 

FSS-2 - 

FSS-2 - 

FSS-2 - 

FSS-2 - 

FSS-2 - 

FSS-3 - 

FSS-3 - 

FSS-3 - 

FSS-3 - 

FSS-4 - 

FSS-4 - 

FSS-5 - 

FSS-5 — 

FSS-5 - 

FSS-5 - 

FSS-5 - 

FSS-5 - 

FSS-5 - 

FSS-5 - 

FSS-5 - 

FSS-5 - 

FSS-6 - 

FSS-5 - 



13, 600 
11,150 
11,130 
10,250 

10,250 
9,710 
9,470 

9,470 

9,470 
9,230 
8,721 

8,721 
8,721 
8,481 

7,929 

7,689 
7,455 

7,455 

7,275 
7,275 
7,275 

7,275 
7,275 

7,275 

7,275 

7,275 

7,221 

7,095 



987058 O - 52 - 3 



26 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 1952 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



GERMANY (HICOG)— Continued 
Frankfort on the Main (unless otherwise noted) — Continued 



Office of Executive Secre- 
tary (OES)— Continued. 



Office of Economic Affairs 
(E). 



William R. Engesser, asst. U.S. sec. 

(Allied High Commn. ) (Bonn). 
Walter M. Linden, translator; interpreter 

(German) (Bonn). 
James M. McFarland, asst. U.S. sec. 

(Allied High Commn.) (Bonn). 
Franklin R. Stewart, ed. (HICOG Manual) 

(Bonn). 
Norman C. Kirkham, asst. U.S. sec. 

(Allied High Commn. ) (Bonn). 

Roland Carroll, interpreter (Bonn) 

Grace Stockton, librarian — - — 

Maguy J. Sebastien, interpreter; transla- 
tor (Bonn). 
Philip A. Stoloff, interpreter; translator 

(Bonn). 

John George White, interpreter -— - 

George Schaus, interpreter; translator — 
William B. Shutt, admin, officer — - — — 

Arthur L. Binkley, reports asst 

James Frank Egnation, admin, officer — 

Marjorie A. Yahraes, ed 

Oliver T. Field, librarian — 

George J. Stanger, asst. staff sec 

Agnes M. Lofgren, ct. reporter (Bonn) - 

Truston W. Wilson, admin, asst -— - 

Wylma H. Oakes, shorthand reporter — 

James W. McGovern, duty officer 

Joseph S. Choquette, interpreter -— — 
Betty J. Rost, shorthand reporter (Bonn)- 

Michael S. Harris, dir. of office of econ. 

affairs; chief of mission (EC A). 
Gordon O. Eraser, chief of food and 

agri. div. (ECA). 
Karl F. Bode, dep. econ. adviser (ECA) 

(Bonn). 
Harry Church Thomas, controller (ECA)- 
Frank Joseph Miller, dep. dir. of econ. 

affairs; dep. chief of mission (ECA). 
Richard G. Leonard, chief of finance div.j 

dep. finance adviser (ECA). 
George B. Gardiner, Jr., chief of pro- 
gram div. (ECA). 
Frank V. Norall, special asst. (ECA) -- 
Francis L. Mayer, dep. chief of industry 

div. 
Harold A. Taylor, asst. for defense pro- 
curement (ECA). 
Col. Fleming, mil. requirements officer- 
Cnnrad Harold Hammar, dep. chief of 

food and agri. div. 
Morgan S. Fitzwilliam, industrial 

specialist. 
Osborne M. Taylor, industrial specialist- 
Carl R. Mahder, economist; chief of 

analysis br. 
Herbert P. Fales, econ. officer (Bonn) - 
Churchill C. Eaves, transportation 

specialist; chief of br. 
Thomas E. Nelson, communications 

specialist; chief of br. 
Leander Bell Lovell, chief econ. analyst 

(ECA). 

Morris Moses, asst. econ. commr 

Ferdinand H. Holmes, Jr., productivity 

and tech. asst. (ECA). 
James S. Hathcock, regional agri. officer 

(Wiesbaden). 



Oct. 16, 


1949 


Oct. 16, 


1949 


Oct. 16, 


1949 


Oct. 16, 


1949 


June 4, 


1950 


Oct. 16, 


1949 


Oct. 16, 


1949 


Feb. 3, 


1950 


Feb. 6, 


1950 


Oct. 16, 


1949 


Oct. 16, 


1949 


Dec. 1, 


1949 


Oct. 16, 


1949 


Oct. 16, 


1949 


Dec. 6, 


1950 


Oct. 16, 


1949 


Oct. 16, 


1949 


June 22, 


1951 


Oct. 16, 


1949 


Oct. 16, 


1949 


Nov. 9, 


1949 


May 10, 


1950 


Oct. 5, 


1950 


July 8, 


1951 


Nov. 28, 


1950 


Oct. 30, 


1949 


Apr. 13, 


1950 


Oct. 16, 


1949 


Oct. 30, 


1949 


Sept. 20, 


1950 


Oct. 1, 


1950 


Oct. 16, 


1949 


Oct. 16, 


1949 


Oct. 30, 


1949 


Oct. 16, 


1949 


Oct. 16, 


1949 


Mar. 5, 


1950 


June 22, 


1950 


Oct. 16, 


1949 


Oct. 16, 


1949 


Nov. 26, 


1949 


Feb. 15, 


1951 


June 6, 


1951 


Oct. 16, 


1949 



FSS-5 ■ 

FSS-5 ■ 

FSS-5 ■ 

FSS-5 

FSS-5 

FSS-6 
FSS-6 
FSS-6 

FSS-6 — 

FSS-6 
FSS-7 
FSS-7 
FSS-7 
FSS-7 
FSS-7 
FSS-8 
FSS-8 
FSS-9 
FSS-9 
FSS-9 
FSS-9 
FSS-9 
FSS-9 



FSR-2 

FSR-2 

FSR-2 
FSR-2 

FSR-2 

FSR-2 

FSR-2 
FSS-1 

FSS-1 

FSS-1 

FSS-2 

FSS-2 
FSS-2 

FSO-3 

FSS-1 

FSS-1 

FSS-1 

FSS-1 
FSS-1 

FSS-2 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



29 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Salary 



GERMANY (HICOG)— Continued 
Frankfort on the Main (unless otherwise noted) — Continued 



of Economic Affairs 
-Continued. 



James C. Cunningham, production spe- 
cialist (ECA). 
Paul G. A. Hermberg, economist (ECA) - 
Edgar Thomas Martin, communications 

specialist; chief of radio unit. 
Hubert K. Ladenburg, finance officer; 

chief of external finance br. 
James J. Ford, dep. controller (ECA) -- 

Manuel Abrams, trade analyst — - — 

Joseph T. Bartos, finance officer; dep. 

chief of public finance br. 
Francesco M. Bianco, economist; chief 

of implementation br. 
Charles H. Breecher, transportation spe- 
cialist. 
James Willard Butler, industry specialist 

(housing). 
Henry Webster Giers, communications 

specialist. 
Henry W. Prentice, food specialist; chief 
of br. 

Dagobert Horn, trade control officer 

Joseph A. Richer, special asst. to dir. 

gen. 
Samuel T. Castleman, act. dep. chief of 

finance div. 
Edgar J. Applewhite, special asst. (info.) 

Alexander F. Kiefer, econ. officer 

Joe L. Thurston, commimications spe- 
cialist. 
William F. Doering, agri. economist — 
John David Ryals, Jr. , communications 

specialist. 
Norman Louis Smith, agri. production 

specialist. 
Anthony J. Cefaratti, reports officer; 
chief of reports br.jasst. chief of 
reports div. (ECA). 
Robert F. Rennie, production specialist 

(ECA). 
Philip A. Heller, asst. econ. commr. 

(ECA). 
Katharine Holtzclaw, agri. extension 

specialist. 
Walter Henry Olsen, chief field investiga- 
tor (ECA). 
Ralph A. Brown, econ. officer (Bonn) -- 
Sherwyn L. Ehrlich, econ. officer (trade) 
Eugene J. Epstine, agri. production spe- 
cialist. 
Richard Heinz Stern, econ. officer 

(finance). 
Klaus A. De Keyserlingk, chief of external 

claims br. 
Frank Joseph Roberts, mil. requirements 

officer. 
Rene Charles Peer, chief accountant (ECA) 
Julius G. Cogswell, customs and trade 

officer. 
Werner Loewenthal, property officer ^ - - 
Joseph J. Dekreon, transportation spe- 
cialist. 

Jerry Knoll, econ. officer (Bonn) 

Jacob Marti, finance specialist 

Jack I. Stone, econ. analyst — - — 

Philip D. Baker, chief of internal finance 

br. 
Rene Norbert Levy, trade officer 



Oct. 30, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 
Oct. 16, 1949 

Apr. 23, 1950 

Sept. 3, 1950 
Nov. 27, 1950 
Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. .16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 
Nov. 21, 1949 

Nov. 27, 1949 

July 27, 1950 
Apr. 21, 1951 
Aug. 7, 1951 

Oct. 16, 1949 
Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 30, 1949 

Oct. 30, 1949 

Apr. 1, 1950 

June 4, 1950 

Oct. 30, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 
Oct. 16, 1949 
Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Aug. 29, 1950 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Aug. 7, 1950 
Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 
Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 30, 1949 

Oct. 30, 1949 



FSS-2 — 

FSS-2 -- 

FSS-2 — 

FSS-2 — 

FSS-2 — 

FSS-2 -- 

FSS-2 — 

FSS-2 — 

FSS-2 — 

FSS-2 -- 

FSS-2 — 

FSS-2 — 

FSS-3 — 

FSS-2 — 

FSS-2 — 

FSS-2 — 

FSS-2 — 

FSS-2 — 

FSS-3 — 

FSS-3 — 

FSS-3 — 

FSS-3 — 



FSS-3 — 

FSS-3 — 

FSS-3 — 

FSS-4 — 

FSS-3 — 

FSS-3 — 

FSS-3 — 

FSS-3 — 

FSS-3 — 

FSS-4 — 

FSS-4 — 

FSS-4 — 

FSS-4 -- 

FSS-4 — 

FSS-4 — 

FSS-4 — 

FSS-4 — 

FSS-4 — 

FSS-4 — 



$ 9, 950 

9,710 
9,710 

9,710 

9,710 
9,710 
9,470 

9,470 

9,470 

9,470 

9,470 

9,470 

9,441 
9,230 

9,230 

9,230 
9,230 
9,230 

8,721 
8,721 

8,721 

8,721 

8,721 

8,721 

8,721 

8,649 

8,481 
8,481 
8,481 

8,481 

8,481 

8,409 

8,169 
7,929 

7,929 
7,689 

7,689 
7,689 
7,689 
7,689 

7,689 



Assigned also toOffice of General Counsel. 



30 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 1952 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



GERMANY (HICOG)— Continued 
Frankfort on the Main (unless otherwise noted) — Continued 



Office of Economic Affairs 
.(E) — Continued. 



Office of I>ublic Affairs 
(PUB). 



Rudolf H. Rainer, interzonal trade officer 
Harry Murray, mil. requirements officer 

Toby E. Rodes, info officer (ECA) 

James A. Recktenwald, mil. requirements 

officer. 
Genevieve Rogers, asst. econ. commr. 

(ECA). 
Charles A. Freshman, field investigator 

(ECA). 
Walter C. Furst, deblocking restitution 

officer . 
Julia Hyman, agri. reports officer — - — 
Eric Rehfeld, econ. officer (trade) — — 
Herbert Sorter, investigator; chief of 

external assets br. 
Richard Edwin Fitch, finance officer 

(ECA). 

Allen D. Gordon, claims examiner 

Robert R. Bliss, Sr., accountant — - — 
Cornells J. H. Goinga, trade control 

officer. 
John W. Alexander, Jr., fiscal economist 

(ECA). 

Max A. Binkley, accountant (ECA) 

Lane S. Faison, Jr., property officer 

(Munich). 
William J. Fradenburg, reports and 

statistics officer. 
Franz Gehrels, fiscal economist (ECA) -- 
John L. Viles, field investigator (ECA) -- 
Frederick O. Sargent, agri. analyst (ECA) 
Ora S. Sitton, field investigator (ECA) -- 
Artie Abraham, econ. officer (finance) — 
Robert Taylor, field investigator (ECA) - 

Richard D. Vine, trade analyst 

Michael A. Codi, field investigator 

John C. Renner, trade officer — — — — 

Robert C. Foulon, trade analyst 

William E. Hintz, program analyst 

Marie E. Johnson, comm. sec — - — — 
Juanita Shaw Gans, financial reports 

officer. 
Robert R. Brungart, econ. analyst — - — 

Shepard Stone, dir. of office of public 

affairs . 

Richard K. Brown, gen. mgr — 

Frederick H. Burkhardt, dep. dir 

Ralph Arthur Burns, chief of exchanges 

div. 
Arthur Settel, chief of public relations 

div. 
Alfred V. Boerner, dir. of policy staff -- 
Hans Wallenberg, info, and ed. specialist 

(Munich). 
Theodore Kaghan, chief of info. sers. div 
Lawrence E. Norrie, chief of community 

activities br. 
John Orth Riedl, chief of education br — 
Peter H. Hart, chief of press and pub. br, 

(Munich). 
Charles Saul Lewis, chief of radio br — 
Carl Winston, chief of motion picture br - 
Samuel H. Linch, asst. chief of exchanges 

div. 
Erwin P. Braimer, chief of public health 

and welfare br. 
Wolfgang von Eckhardt, chief of ed. pro- 
jections br. 



Nov. 17, 
July 1, 
July 12, 
Apr. 23, 

Apr. 29, 

Nov. 22, 

Oct. 16, 

Oct. 16, 
Oct. 16, 
Oct. 16, 



Oct. 16, 
Oct. 30, 
Oct. 30, 



Aug. 8, 
Nov. 18, 



July 31, 
Sept. 26, 
June 23, 
July 1, 
Oct. 30, 
Oct. 26, 
Nov. 26, 
Dec. 12, 
Jan. 12, 
Dec. 7, 
Nov. 13, 
Oct. 16, 
Nov. 23, 



1949 
1950 
1950 
1951 

1951 

1950 

1949 

1949 
1949 
1949 



Oct. 30, 1949 



1949 
1949 
1949 



Nov. 23, 1949 



1950 
1950 



Oct. 16, 1949 



1950 
1950 
1951 
1951 
1949 
1950 
1950 
1950 
1951 
1947 
1949 
1949 
1949 



Jan. 24, 1951 

Jan. 27, 1950 

Sept. 27, 1950 

Feb. 9, 1951 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 5, 1949 

Feb. 20, 1950 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 30, 1949 

June 21, 1950 

Oct. 16, 1949 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



31 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Salary 



GERMANY (HtCOG)- -Continued 

Frankfort on the Main (unless otherwise noted) --Continued 



e of F'ublic Affairs 
UB) --Continued. 



Mildred E. Allen, public affairs officer -- 
George A. Selke, dep. chief of education 

and cultural relations div. 
John Carter Pixley, community activities 

adviser. 

Joseph Roemer, educational adviser 

Leo P. Crespi, chief of public attitude and 

opinion br. 

Thomas J. Crowell, admin, officer 

Hans B. Meyer, asst. chief of policy staff 
Benjamin F. Steiner, assoc. chief of 

info, centers br. 
Patricia G. Van Delden, chief of info. 

centers br. 
H. Francis Cunningham, public affairs 

officer; cons. 
Hyman Charniak, asst. chief of public 

relations div. 
James R. Haarstad, public affairs officer- 
Theodore F. Meltzer, dep. chief of ed. 

projections br. 
Leon A. Shelnutt, community activities 

adviser. 
Fred Green Taylor, dir. of RIAS (Berlin) - 
Austin J. Welch, youth activities adviser - 
Ruth F. Woodsmall, chief of women's 

affairs br. 
Florence M. Black, public welfare adviser 
Beverly M. Jones, motion picture spe- 
cialist. 
Levan Roberts, community activities 

adviser. 

George W. Ware, educational adviser 

Sam Karyl Winston, motion picture spe- 
cialist (Munich). 
Mildred B. Allport, dep. chief of women's 

affairs br. 
Edgar Breitenbach, cultural institution 

officer. 
Everett G. Chapman, adviser (exchanges) 
Marcel W. Fodor, info, and ed. specialist 

(Berlin). 
Melvin J. Lasky, info, and ed. specialist 

(Berlin). 
Robert Hoyer Lochner, info, and ed. spe- 
cialist. 
Edmund Schechter, asst. chief of radio br 

Harold O. Wright, radio engineer ~ — 

WiUiam L. Wrinkle, educational adviser - 
Richard A. Yahraes, press officer (Bonn)- 
Hedwig K. Ylvisaker, analyst, public at- 
titude and opinion br. 
Lawrence P. Baohmann, motion picture 

production specialist (Berlin). 
James Miller Barnett, chief of personnel 

exchanges br. 
Charles F. Blackman, film program 

adviser. 
Franklin H. Littell, religious affairs 

adviser. 
Tom A. Noonan, community activities 

adviser. 

Glenn R. Parson, press officer — 

Judith F. Russell, community activities 

adviser. 
Richard G. Wootton, community activities 

adviser. 
Joseph Zigman, motion picture production 

specialist (Munich). 



Aug. 6 
Oct. 28 

Oct. 16 

Oct. 16 
Oct. 16 

Oct. 16 
Oct. 16 
Oct. 16 

Nov. 13 

Oct. 29 

Oct. 16 

Oct. 16 
Oct. 16 

Oct. 16 

Oct. 16 
Oct. 16 
Oct. 16 

Mar. 23 
Apr. 12 

Oct. 16 

Oct. 16 
Oct. 16 

Jan. 15 

Oct. 16 

Oct. 16 
Oct. 16 

Oct. 16 

Oct. 16 

Oct. 1€ 

Oct. 16 

Oct. 16 

Oct. 16 

Oct. 16 

Oct. 16 

Oct. 16 

Oct. 16 

Oct. 16 

Oct. 16 

Oct. 16 
Oct. 16 

Oct. 16 

Oct. 30 



1950 
1950 

1949 

1949 
1949 

1949 
1949 
1949 

1949 

1950 

1949 

1949 
1949 

1949 

1949 
1949 
1949 

1951 
1951 

1949 

1949 
1949 

1951 

1949 

1949 
1949 

1949 

1949 

1949 
1949 
1949 
1949 
1949 

1949 

1949 

1949 

1949 

1949 

1949 
1949 

1949 

1949 



FSS-2 — 

FSS-1 — 

FSS-2 — 

FSS-2 — 

FSS-2 — 

FSS-2 — 

FSS-2 — 

FSS-2 — 

FSS-2 — 

FSO-3 — 

FSS-2 -- 

FSS-2 — 

FSS-2 — 

FSS-2 -- 

FSS-2 — 

FSS-2 — 

FSS-2 — 

FSS-2 — 

FSS-2 — 

FSS-3 — 

FSS-3 — 

FSS-3 — 

FSS-3 — 

FSS-3 — 

FSS-3 -- 

FSS-3 — 

FSS-3 — 

FSS-3 — 

FSS-3 — 

FSS-3 — 

FSS-3 — 

FSS-3 — 

FSS-3 — 

FSS-3 — 

FSS-3 — 

FSS-3 — 

FSS-3 — 

FSS-3 — 

FSS-3 — 

FSS-3 — 

FSS-3 — 

FSS-3 — 



$ 9, 950 
9,950 

9,710 

9,710 
9,470 

9,470 
9,470 
9,470 

9,470 

9,430 

9,230 

9,230 
9,230 

9,230 

9,230 
9,230 
9,230 

9,230 
9,230 

8,961 

8,961 
8,961 

8,961 

8,721 

8,721 
8,721 

8,721 

8,721 

8,721 
8,721 
8,721 
8,721 
8,721 

8,481 

8,481 

8,481 

8,481 

8,481 

8,481 
8,481 

8,481 

8,481 



32 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 1952 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Office of I>ublic Affairs 
(Ptre)— Continued. 



GERMANY (fflCOG)— Continued 
Frankfort on the Main (unless otherwise noted) — Continued 

Gordon A. Ewing, dep. dir. of RIAS Nov. 30, 1949 

(Berlin). 
Daniel C. Mulloney, gen. mgr. (budget Dec. 2, 1949 

and finance). 
Julius J. Oppenheimer, higher education Nov. 1, 1950 

specialist. 
Grattan P. McGroarty, info, and ed. spe- Dec. 29, 1950 

cialist. 
MUdred E. English, education sers. Jan. 24, 1951 

adviser. 

John J. Slocum, press officer — Mar. 26, 1951 

Charles C. Baldwin, public affairs officer Oct. 16, 1949 
Philip F. Dur, chief of public affairs office Apr. 2, 1951 

(Bonn). 
Ernest J. Cramer, info, and ed. spe- Oct. 16, 1949 

cialist (Munich). 

Harold W. Fellman, press officer Oct. 16, 1949 

Morton P. Gudebrod, info, and ed. spe- Oct. 16, 1949 

cialist. 
Alfred Jacobson, info, and ed. specialist- Oct. 16, 1949 
Raymond Pagan, info, and ed. specialist Oct. 16, 1949 

(Berlin). 
Carol H. Denison, audio visual specialist- Oct. 16, 1949 
Peter V. Herald, motion picture officer Oct. 16, 1949 

(Munich). 
Max Maxime Kimental, public affairs Oct. 16, 1949 

officer . 
Haynes R. Mahoney, Jr., press officer — Oct. 16, 1949 
Charles H. Shireman, public welfare Oct. 16, 1949 

adviser. 
Galen Snow, chief of materials exchanges Feb. 27, 1950 

br. 
Charles D. Chamberlin, cultural affairs Feb. 12, 1951 

officer (exchanges). 
John M. Richmond, info, and ed. spe- July 23, 1951 

cialist. 
Warner H. Waid, info, specialist (publica- Oct. 16, 1949 

tions). 

Maj. Denver I. Allen, nutritionist June 17, 1950 

John A. Kidder, budget and fiscal officer Dec. 6, 1949 

(Munich). 
Thomas Kite Brown, radio info, specialist Oct. 16, 1949 
Herman G. Chevalier, radio info, spe- Oct. 16, 1949 

cialist (Berlin). 
Gardner F. Cox, Jr., public affairs Oct. 16, 1949 

officer. 
, Alexander Hartel, radio info, specialist Oct. 16, 1949 

(Berlin). 
Eugene L. Weyland, public affairs officer- Oct. 16, 1949 
Trude Gunther, cultural affairs adviser - Oct. 30, 1949 
John Alexander Scott, motion picture Nov. 13, 1949 

officer (Mimich). 
Michael Barjansky, programming and Oct. 16, 1949 

planning officer (info, center). 
William J. Sailer, info, and ed. specialist Oct. 16, 1949 

(Bonn). 

Irvin C. Scarbeck, admin, officer -— Oct. 16, 1949 

Foley Vaughn Smartt, press officer Oct. 16, 1949 

Mary Elizabeth Eagan, info, and ed. spe- Mar. 13, 1950 

cialist. 
William H. Shervin, Jr., admin, officer, Apr. 20, 1951 

RIAS (Berlin). 
Robert B. Redlich, admin, officer Oct. 16, 1949 

(Munich). 
Max Klieber, printing and publications Oct. 16, 1949 

officer (Munich). 
Karl J. Loewenstein, purchasing officer Oct. 16, 1949 

(Munich). 
James Garret Rogers, reports officer -- Oct. 16, 1949 



FSS-3 — 

FSS-3 — 

FSS-3 — 

FSS-3 — 

FSS-3 — 

FSS-3 — 

FSS-4 — 

FSO-4 — 

FSS-4 — 

FSS-4 — 

FSS-4 — 

FSS-4 — 

FSS-4 — 

FSS-4 -- 

FSS-4 — 

FSS-4 — 

FSS-4 — 

FSS-4 — 

FSS-4 — 

FSS-4 — 

FSS-4 — 

FSS-5 — 

FSS-6 — 

FSS-5 — 

FSS-5 — 

FSS-5 — 

FSS-5 — 

FSS-5 — 

FSS-5 — 

FSS-5 — 

FSS-5 — 

FSS-5 — 

FSS-5 — 

FSS-5 — 

FSS-5 — 

FSS-5 — 

FSS-6 — 

FSS-6 — 

FSS-6 — 

FSS-6 — 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



33 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Salary 



e of Public Affairs 
JB)— Continued. 



GERMANY (fflCOG)— Continued 
Frankfort on the Main (unless otherwise noted) — Continued 



Anne M. Schuetz, statistical analyst 

Thomas F. Schulz, info, and ed. spe- 
cialist (Munich). 
Morton David Stone, info, and ed. spe- 
cialist (Munich). 
Fred W. Trembour, operations officer - 

Fred W. Welty, press officer 

Leonard B. Woodfield, info, specialist 

(scrutiny). 
Elisha I. Greifer, info, and ed. specialist 
William R. Karsteter, info, and ed. spe- 
cialist. 
Aileen M. Miles, radio info, specialist - 

Bela Zempleny, radio officer — — 

Ellen Taylor, cultural affairs adviser 

Frank H. Jonas, info, specialist 

Karl F. Brauckmann, regional supervisor 
Ernest J. Colton, regional supervisor 
(Bremen). 

Ethel Elliot, cultural affairs officer 

Anne G. Turner, public relations officer 

(exchanges). 
Louise Conner, public relations officer - 
Mary Leone Egerman, special projects 

analyst. 
James Burdean Jones, audio and visual 

materials specialist. 
Frederick Cavanaugh, budget control 

officer. 
Arthur S. Hoffman, info, and ed. spe- 
cialist. 

Caleb G. Baxter, admin, officer 

Roland I. Perusse, public affairs officer - 
Jean M. Kinnaird, info, specialist — — 
Garnetta Kramer, library control officer 

(Bad-Nauheim). 
Herbert Rivto, info, and ed. specialist -- 
John F. Steineger, Jr., cultural affairs 
officer; v.c. 

Claude Jacoby, photographer — 

Michael P. Balla, admin, asst — — - — 
Rosemarie I. Sponner, asst. press 

officer (Bonn). 
Francis J. Meehan, info, and ed. spe- 
cialist (press and publications). 
Helen G. McLaughlin, press officer asst- 

Stuart E. Colie, regional supervisor 

Robert P. Ball, press officer asst. 

(Bonn). 
Henry A. Goodman, press officer 



of Labor Affairs (L) - 



Harvey W. Brown, dir. of office of labor 

affairs. 
Rudolf F. Bertram, dep. dir. of office 

of labor affairs. 

Glenn E. Garrett, labor economist 

Edward L. Deuss, chief of manpower div- 
WiUiam Lloyd White, labor economist; 

att. 

Emil Erdreich, labor economist 

Einar Edwards, labor economist — 

Albert H. Berman, labor economist 

Rhea Frances Maxson, labor economist - 

Nels Anderson, labor economist -- 

Chris Walter Jorgensen, labor economist- 
S. Earl Grigsby, social economist 

(Darmstadt). 
Fred P. Treitz, labor liaison officer — 
Conrad Woelfel, labor liaison officer — 



Oct. 


16, 


1949 


FSS-6 - 


$6,681 


Oct. 


16, 


1949 


FSS-6 - 


6,681 


Oct. 


16, 


1949 


FSS-6 — 


6,681 


Oct. 


16, 


1949 


FSS-6 — 


6,681 


Oct. 


16, 


1949 


FSS-6 — 


6,681 


Oct. 


16, 


1949 


FSS-6 - 


6,681 


Oct. 


16, 


1949 


FSS-6 — 


6,501 


Oct. 


16, 


1949 


FSS-6 — 


6,501 


Oct. 


16, 


1949 


FSS-6 — 


6,501 


Oct. 


16, 


1949 


FSS-6 - 


6,501 


Jan. 


7, 


1951 


FSS-6 - 


6,501 


June 


2, 


1951 


FSS-6 — 


6,501 


Oct. 


16, 


1949 


FSS-7 -- 


6,087 


Oct. 


16, 


1949 


FSS-7 — 


6,087 


Oct. 


16, 


1949 


FSS-7 — 


6,087 


Mar 


19, 


1950 


FSS-7 — 


6,087 


Oct. 


16, 


1949 


FSS-7 — 


5,907 


Oct. 


16, 


1949 


FSS-7 - 


5,907 


Oct. 


16, 


1949 


FSS-7 — 


5,907 


Nov. 


25, 


1*949 


FSS-7 — 


5,907 


May 


25, 


1950 


FSS-7 — 


5,907 


Sept 


27, 


1950 


FSS-7 — 


5,907 


Nov. 


30, 


1950 


FSS-7 - 


5,907 


July 


9, 


1951 


FSS-9 - 


5,439 


Oct. 


16, 


1949 


FSS-8 - 


5,313 


May 


21, 


1951 


FSS-8 — 


5,313 


Sept 


17, 


1950 


FSS-8 — 


5,313 


Oct. 


16, 


1949 


FSS-9 - 


5,259 


Feb. 


23, 


1950 


FSO-6 - 


4,993 


Oct. 


16, 


1949 


FSS-9 - 


4,899 


Feb. 


7, 


1951 


FSO-6 — 


4,793 


Nov. 


21, 


1950 


FSS-9 - 


4,719 


Jan. 


25, 


1951 


FSS-9 — 


4,719 


Apr. 


16, 


1951 


FSS-9 — 


4,719 


May 


24, 


1951 


FSS-9 — 


4,719 


Oct. 


16, 


1949 


FSR-1 - 


13, 600 


Oct. 


16, 


1949 


FSR-2 — 


11,150 


Oct. 


16, 


1949 


FSS-1 -- 


10, 550 


Oct. 


16, 


1949 


FSS-1 - 


9,950 


Nov. 


27, 


1949 


FSR-3 — 


9,730 


Oct. 


16, 


1949 


FSS-2 — 


9,470 


Feb. 


6, 


1950 


FSS-2 — 


9,470 


Oct. 


16, 


1949 


FSS-2 — 


9,230 


Oct. 


16, 


1949 


FSS-2 - 


9,230 


Oct. 


16, 


1949 


FSS-3 — 


8,721 


Jan. 


5, 


1950 


FSS-3 — 


8,481 


Apr. 


23, 


1951 


FSS-3 - 


8,481 


June 


3, 


1951 


FSS-5 — 


7,095 


July 


16, 


1951 


FSS-5 — 


7,095 



I 



3U 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1. 1952 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



GERMANY (fflCOG)- -Continued 
Frankfort on the Main (unless otherwise noted) — Continued 



Office of Labor Affairs 
(L)--Continued. 



Office of Intelligence (I) — 



Henry O. Leichter, research analyst 
Theodore E. Gucwa, admin, asst -- 



Benjamin R. Shute, dir. of office of in- 

tell. 
Francis Bowden Stevens, Jr., intell. of- 
ficer; chief of special research div. 
(Bad-Nauheim). 
George B. McManus, chief of collection 

and evaluation div. 
Robert H. Cunningham, chief of operations 

div. and dep. dir. 
Karl H. Weber, chief of scientific div -- 
Frederick C. Barghoorn, intell. officer 

(Bad-Nauheim). 
Michael Burke, chief of plans and policy 

div. 
Roger J. W. Dow, chief of reports and 

analysis div. 
Roberts W. Wiley, intell. officer (Bonn) - 

Carolyn J. Fox, intell. officer 

Theodore L. Squier, Jr., chief of 

strategic div. 
John H. Goeser, dep. chief of operations 

div. 
Robert M. Slusser, dep. chief of strategic 

div. 
Edward John Arndt, sociological analyst - 
Hans Albert Kallman, pol. analyst 

(Bonn). 
Frank D. Bradley, analyst (scientific) — 
Floyd E. Masten, map procurement 
officer . 

Durand Smith, admin, officer 

Edward A. White, analyst (scientific) — 

Tom Killefer, planning officer 

Sidney A. Stein, analyst (pol.) 

Edgar John C. Hagstette, Jr., intell. 

officer. 
Esther M. Metzenthin, analyst (gen. ) — 
Emanuel Von der Muhll, pol. analyst — 

John Bennett Oliver, intell. officer 

Walter J. Mueller, biographical analyst - 
Thomas Henry Carver, analyst (econ. ) — 
Walter J. Stoessel, Jr., intell. officer 

(Bad-Nauheim). 
Elsie C. Dolling, press and radio analyst- 
Harold Anders Larsen, labor analyst 

James W. Shea, analyst (econ.) 

Henry Evans Thomas, 3d, For. Ser. Staff 
officer. 

Ruth Logue, analyst (econ. ) 

Stephen W. Maiden, liaison officer 

Harringtoii Littel,ed — 

Scott Lyon, cons.; intell. officer 
(Bad-Nauheim). 

Kurt Hoffman, analyst (security) 

Glenn E. Thompson, admin, asst — -— 
Margaret McClumpha, analyst (gen. ) — 
Leon J. Barat, intell. officer (Bad- 
Nauheim). 

Wallace A. Mills, intell. officer 

Eugenie Zawadski, publications procure- 
ment officer (Berlin). 

Charles Verne Bond, admin, officer 

Lucile M. Petterson, biographical analyst- 
Isaac Patch, Jr. , intell. officer (Bad- 
Nauheim). 
Clara G. FoUick, admin, officer — - — 



Aug. 
Oct. 


7, 
16, 


Oct. 


16, 


May 


28, 


Jan. 


17, 


Oct. 


16, 


Jan. 

May 


10, 
28, 


Apr. 


12, 


Oct. 


16, 


Oct. 

Nov. 
Feb. 


16, 

11, 

5, 


Oct. 


16, 


Mar. 


7, 


Oct. 
Oct. 


16, 
16, 


May 
Apr. 


22, 
6, 


Jan. 
June 
June 
July 
July 


17, 
8, 
27, 
18, 
30, 


Oct. 
Oct. 

Nov. 
Feb. 
Oct. 
July 


16, 
16, 
28, 
17, 
16, 
18, 


Oct. 
Oct. 

Jan. 
Feb. 


16, 

16, 

3, 

21, 


Oct. 
Feb. 
Jan. 

July 


16, 
15, 
17, 
18, 


Nov. 
Mar. 
Nov. 
Dec. 


27, 
2, 
6, 
4, 


Aug. 
July 


2, 
1, 


Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 


16, 
16, 
21, 


Nov. 


26, 



1950 
1949 

1949 

1950 

1951 

1949 

1950 
1950 

1951 

1949 

1949 
1949 
1950 

1949 

1950 

1949 
1949 

1951 
1951 

1951 
1951 
1951 
1951 
1951 

1949 
1949 
1949 
1950 
1949 
1950 

1949 
1949 
1950 
1951 

1949 
1950 
1951 
1950 

1950 
1951 
1949 
1949 

1951 
1945 

1949 
1949 
1949 

1949 



FSS-6 — 

FSS-9 — 

FSR-1 — 

FSO-1 — 

FSR-2 — 

FSR-2 — 

FSR-2 — 

FSR-2 — 

FSR-2 — 

FSS-1 — 

FSS-2 — 

FSS-2 — 

FSS-2 — 

FSS-2 - 

FSS-2 — 

FSS-3 — 

FSS-3 — 

FSS-3 - 

FSS-4 -- 

FSS-3 - 

FSS-3 — 

FSS-3 - 

FSS-3 - 

FSS-3 - 

FSS-4 - 

FSS-4 - 

FSS-4 - 

FSS-4 - 

FSS-4 - 

FSO-4 - 

FSS-5 - 

FSS-5 - 

FSS-5 - 

FSS-5 - 

FSS-5 - 

FSS-5 - 

FSS-6 - 

FSO-4 - 

FSS-6 - 

FSS-7 - 

FSS-7 - 

FSS-7 - 

FSS-7 - 

FSS-7 - 

FSS-7 - 

FSS-7 — 

FSS-7 — 

FSS-7 - 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



35 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Salary 



GERMANY (HICOG)— Continued 
Frankfort on the Main (unless otherwise noted) --Continued 



ce of Intelligence (I)-- 
ontinued. 



ce of Administration (A)- 



Joseph T. Kendrick, Jr., pol. analyst 

(Bad-Nauheim). 
Richard M. Long, chief info, control 

officer. 
David Chavchavadze, research officer -- 
James W. Tobin, info, control officer — 
Jane H. Murnaghan, pol. analyst — —- .- 
Robert R. Landsiedel, intell. officer — 

Walter Sedoff, intell. officer 

Ralph R. Kessler, pol. asst — - — 

William N. Harben, asst. public procure- 
ment officer. 
John A. Conway, biographical analyst — 

Glenn George Wolfe, dir. of office of 

admin.; att. 
David Wilken, chief of personnel div.; att- 
Theo Elmer Hall, dep. dir. of office of 

admin. 
Fletcher D. Mitchell, Jr., chief of fiscal 

sers. div. 
Dwight J. Porter, chief of mgmt. and 

budget div. 
Thomas J. Carolan, chief of operating 

facilities div. 
W. Pierce MacCoy, special asst. (Bonn) - 

Ernest T. Wolf, admin, officer 

Jack Henry Lennon, admin, officer 

Dewilda E. Naramore, chief of reports 

and statistics div. 
Edward J. Sheppard, chief of communica- 
tions div. 
Hermann R. Habicht, chief of reports br- 
W. Herman Schroder, admin, officer 

(Bad-Nauheim). 
Frank A. Schuler, Jr., special asst — 

Jack Blanchard Minor, att — — — — 

Gerald S. Bushnell, dep. chief of mgmt. 

and budget div. 
Wallace B. McNett, 
Bruce L. McDaniel, 

ing facilities div. 
Alfred D. Mittendorf, Jr., org. and 

methods examiner. 

John A. Tierney, budget officer 

John A. Danisch, org. and methods 

examiner. 
Chester Earl Beaman, chief of placement 

br. 
Idar Rimestad, chief of classification and 

wage br. 
Edward F. Tennant, chief of accounting 

br. 
Emory F. Armstrong, chief of employee 

relations and sers. br. 

Frank W. Blanchette, auditor — 

Earle A. Cleveland, chief of policy and 

regulations br. 

Richard E. Jones, att ~ 

Lawrence A. Phillips, special asst 

Calhoun Ancrum, Jr., admin, officer 

Ralph E. Brant, special asst 

Raymond Earl Chapman, statistician 

(Bonn). 
Chase E. Laurendine, communications 

engineer. 
John Stanley Meadows, 

engineer. 



dep. 
dep. 



div. chief 

chief of operat- 



communications 



Nov. 7, 1950 

Feb. 26, 1951 

July 17, 1951 

Oct. 16, 1949 

May 23, 1950 

Feb. 26, 1951 

May 8, 1951 

July 9, 1951 

Feb. 23, 1950 

Mar. 19, 1950 

May 9, 1949 

July 8, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Nov. 21, 1949 

Jan. 30, 1950 

Sept. 1, 1950 

Aug. 24, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Jan. 24, 1950 

June 27, 1950 

Oct. 5, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Dec. 12, 1949 

June 25, 1950 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Apr. 16, 1950 

Nov. 1, 1950 

Sept. 1, 1949 

Sept. 1, 1949 

Sept. 21, 1949 

Sept. 30, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Mar. 23, 1950 

Apr. 5, 1950 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 



FSS-7 

FSS-7 

FSS-8 
FSS-8 
FSS-8 
FSS-9 
FSS-9 
FSS-9 
FSO-6 

FSO-6 

FSR-1 

FSR-2 
FSR-2 

FSR-2 

FSR-2 

FSR-2 

FSS-1 
FSS-1 
FSS-1 
FSS-1 

FSS-1 

FSS-2 
FSS-2 

FSS-2 
FSS-1 
FSS-1 

FSS-1 
FSS-1 

FSS-2 

FSS-2 
FSS-2 

FSS-2 

FSS-2 

FSS-2 

FSS-2 

FSS-2 
FSS-2 

FSS-2 
FSS-2 
FSS-3 
FSS-3 
FSS-3 

FSS-3 

FSS-3 



$ 5, 



5, 
5, 
5, 
5. 
5, 
5, 
4, 

4, 

13, 

11 
11 

11 
11 
11 

11, 
10, 
10, 
10, 

10, 

10, 
10, 

10, 
9, 



907 

,907 

313 
313 
313 

079 
079 
079 
993 

993 

600 

500 
500 

500 

150 

150 

130 

250 
250 
250 

250 

250 
250 

250 
950 
950 

950 
950 

,710 

,710 
,710 

470 

470 

470 

230 

230 
230 

230 
230 
721 
721 
721 

721 

721 



36 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 19S2 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



GERMANY (HICOG)- -Continued 
Frankfort on the Main (unless otherwise noted) — Continued 



Office of Administration 
(A) — Continued. 



William J. Monticone, budget and fiscal 

officer. 
William E. Willey, chief of procurement 

and supply br. 

John Francis Rieger, asst. att 

Lucien D. Agniel, press officer (Munich) 

Frank M. Bryan, budget officer 

Louis Howard Dufault, chief of visual 

presentation br. 
Paul Newland, chief of physical and tech. 

security br. 

Christopher M. Mitchell, auditor 

Charles F. Flinner, accountant 

Leonard H. Starbird, admin, officer 

Joseph E. Flaherty, budget analyst 

Donald W. Bernard, procurement officer 
Edward W. Cordell, org. and methods 

examiner. 
Peter Roberts, org. and methods examiner 
Elmer Cox, info, specialist (Niirnberg) — 

Harold W. Graham, admin, officer 

Sara Lena Kruskall, placement officer; 

asst. chief of placement br. 
Laura Lee Pratt, employee relations 

officer. 
Glenn Joseph Reinsel, chief of internal 

auditorial br. 
Albert H. St. Denis, chief of printing and 

reproduction br. 
Henrietta Klebe, chief of regulations and 

procedures br. 
Walton C. Hart, special asst. todir.jasst. 

att. 

Thomas H. Callahan, budget analyst 

Max L. Shimp, chief of motor transport 

br. 
John F. Collins, chief of space mgmt. br- 
David D. Hoyt, For.Ser. Staff officer --- 
Jack L. Willard, For Ser. Staff off icer — 
Joseph A. Angotti, budget and fiscal 

officer (Berlin). 

Thomas A. Gavin, gen. mgr. (Bonn) 

Nyal C. Dokken, classification officer — 

Charles Wesley Adams, statistician 

Margaret E. Booth, classification officer - 
Allan Chase, budget and fiscal officer — 
George E. Dickerson, real estate officer. 
Ronald A. Gaiduk, For. Ser. Staff officer- 
Robert A. Irving, reports officer 

(Wiesbaden). 

Frank Kemler, supervisory auditor 

Joseph C. O'Connell, budget and fiscal 

officer (Munich). 
Harry Thomas Searl, training officer — 
Carl Emil Westrum, For. Ser. Staff 

officer (Bonn). 

Barnett Morris Rosen, sr. auditor 

Ernest L. Crosley, dep. chief of engineer- 
ing div. 
Viola C. Ames, policy and regulations 

officer. 
Charles R. Bakey, records administrator- 
Philip B. Dahl, budget analyst 

Milton H. Eshleman, supervisory auditor; 

asst. chief of br. 

Charles W. Falkner, accountant 

Ralph F. Young, special asst. to chief -- 
Robert B. Stitt, asst. procurement 

officer. 



Oct. 16 

Apr. 20 

May 22 
Mar. 10 
Oct. 16 
Oct. 16 



Dec. 5 

June 1 
Aug. 28 
Nov. 29 
Sept. 1 
Oct. 16 
Oct. 16 

Oct. 16 

Oct. 16 

Oct. 16 

Oct. 16 

Oct. 16 

Oct. 16 

Oct. 16 

Nov. 8 

Nov. 12 

Dec. 2 
Mar. 1 

Sept. 17 
July 5 
July 10 
Oct. 16 

Dec. 4 

Aug. 9 

Oct. 16 

Oct. 16 

Oct. 16 

Oct. 16 

Oct. 16 

Oct. 16 

Oct. 16 
Oct. 16 

Oct. 16 
Oct. 16 

Nov. 10 
Jan. 26 

May 11 

Oct. 16 
Oct. 16 
Oct. 16 

Oct. 16 
Oct. 16 

Nov. 13 



1949 

1950 

1947 
1949 
1949 
1949 

1949 

1950 
1950 
1949 
1950 
1949 
1949 

1949 
1949 
1949 
1949 

1949 

1949 

1949 

1949 

1949 

1949 
1950 

1950 
1950 
1950 
1949 

1950 
1949 
1949 
1949 
1949 
1949 
1949 
1949 

1949 
1949 

1949 
1949 

1949 
1950 

1951 

1949 
1949 
1949 

1949 
1949 
1949 



FSS-3 -- 

FSS-3 -- 

FSS-3 - 

FSS-3 - 

FSS-3 - 

FSS-3 - 

FSS-3 - 

FSS-3 - 

FSS-3 - 

FSS-5 - 

FSS-5 - 

FSS-4 - 

FSS-4 - 

FSS-4 - 

FSS-4 - 

FSS-4 - 

FSS-4 - 

FSS-4 - 

FSS-4 - 

FSS-4 - 

FSS-4 - 

FSS-4 - 

FSS-4 - 

FSS-4 - 

FSS-4 - 

FSS-5 - 

FSS-5 - 

FSS-5 - 

FSS-6 - 

FSS 5 - 

FSS-5 - 

FSS-5 - 

FSS-5 - 

FSS-5 - 

FSS-5 - 

FSS-5 - 

FSS-5 - 

FSS-5 - 

FSS-5 - 

FSS-5 — 

FSS-5 — 

FSS-5 — 

FSS-5 — 

FSS-5 — 

FSS-5 — 

FSS-5 — 

FSS-5 — 

FSS-5 — 

FSS-5 — 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



37 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Salary 



GERMANY {HICOG)--Contmued 
Frankfort on the Main (unless otherwise noted)--Continued 



s of Administration 
--Continued. 



Wayne L. Catching, disbursing officer -- 

DeWitt V. Kiernan, apartment supt 

Henry J. Paoli, operations engineer 

Cecil B. Banner, supply officer 

George S. Barker, supervisory auditor — 
James C. Wright, admin, officer; dep. 

chief of procurement and supply br. 

(Bonn). 
Edward J. Dembski, fiscal accountant -- 
William O. Soderstrum, budget and fiscal 

officer. 
Hyman Goldstein, budget and fiscal officer 

(Munich). 
Neil M. Goen, records administrator — 
Aloysius J. Warnecki, budget and fiscal 

officer (Stuttgart). 
James P. Conley, courier ser. supervisor 
Robert J. Comings, budget and fiscal 

officer (Berlin). 

William S. Hoffman, admin, officer 

Ralph Carrol Nichols, transportation 

officer. 
Wendell A. Pike, org. and methods 

examiner. 

David R. Curtin, fiscal accountant 

John F. Doyle, Jr., org. and methods 

examiner. 
George E. Ranslow, stock control officer- 
Thomas Gikas, finance officer 

Beatrice M. Dimeo, classification officer. 
Guy Purdy Timboe, employee sers. 

officer. 
Helen H. Brumbaugh, employee relations 

officer. 

Martha Ann Gans, placement officer 

Elsie C. Haaker, employee relations 

officer. 
Magdalen Ann Stocker, placement officer- 
Dorothy E. Wiesinger, info, specialist -- 
Hampton E. Brown, placement officer — 
Bernard W. Lewis, classification officer- 
John T. C. Cronley, printing specialist - 
W. Lawrence Young, records administra- 
tor. 
Daniel G. Lenihan, chief of transactions 

br.j v.c. 
Nathan H. Heubeck, records administrator 
Kenneth E. Payne, admin.officer (Bonn) 
George R. Jennings, budget and fiscal 

officer (Bremen). 
Hugh O. Capps, employee relations 

officer. 
S. Rowland Burk, resident officer; v.c. 

(Kassel). 
John D. Healy, resident officer 

(DUlenburg). 
Egon E. Week, 

(Stuttgart). 
Neil Goedhard, resident officer (Hanau) - 
Jerome S. Wrubel, security technician -- 
Robert M. Allen, resident officer 

(Stuttgart) . 
David K. Peet, resident officer (Munich) - 
John W. Kennedy, resident officer 

(Munich). 
Robert B. Warner, resident officer 

(Wiesbaden). 



resident officer 



May 31 
Dec. 26 
Jan. 19 
Mar. 12 
May 21 
Oct. 30 



Oct. 16 
Oct. 16 

Nov. 27 

May 28 
Dec. 26 

Sept. 29 
Oct. 16 

Oct. 16 
Oct. 16 

Jvme 10 

July 24 
Aug. 14 

Apr. 6 
Oct. 16 
Feb. 6 
Oct. 16 

Oct. 16 

Oct. 16 
Oct. 16 

Oct. 16 
Oct. 16 
Jan. 4 
Jime 1 
June 25 
Feb. 23 

Oct. 16 

Jan. 26 
Mar. 8 
Apr. 10 

Aug. 30 

Sept. 17 

Sept. 27 

Sept. 27 

Oct. 1 

Nov. 12 
Nov. 26 

Nov. 29 
Dec. 8 



1950 
1950 
1951 
1951 
1951 
1949 



1949 
1949 

1949 

1950 
1946 

1949 
1949 

1949 
1949 

1950 

1950 
1950 

1951 
1949 
1950 
1949 

1949 

1949 
1949 

1949 
1949 
1950 
1950 
1951 
1949 

1949 

1950 
1950 
1950 

1950 

1950 

1950 

1950 

1950 
1950 
1950 

1950 
1950 



Dec. 8, 1950 



FSS-5 


— 


$ 7,095 


FSS-5 


— 


7,095 


FSS-5 


— 


7,095 


FSS-5 


— 


7,095 


FSS-5 


— 


7,095 


FSS-7 


-- 


6,807 


FSS-6 




6,681 


FSS-6 


-- 


6,681 


FSS-6 


— 


6,681 


FSS-6 


__ 


6,681 


FSS-6 


-- 


6,501 


FSS-6 


__ 


6,501 


FSS-6 


" 


6,501 


FSS-6 





6,501 


FSS-6 


-- 


6,501 


FSS-6 


— 


6,501 


FSS-6 


__ 


6,501 


FSS-6 


-- 


6,501 


FSS-6 


__ 


6,501 


FSS-7 


— 


6,447 


FSS-7 


— 


6,447 


FSS-7 


-- 


6,267 


FSS-7 


— 


6,087 


FSS-7 





6,087 


FSS-7 


-- 


6,087 


FSS-7 


__ 


6,087 


FSS-7 


— 


6,087 


FSS-7 


-- 


6,087 


FSS-7 


— 


6,087 


FSS-7 


— 


6,087 


FSS-7 


— 


5,907 


FSS-7 


— 


5,907 


FSS-7 


__ 


5,907 


FSS-7 


— 


5,907 


FSS-7 


-- 


5,907 


FSS-7 


— 


5,907 


FSS-7 


— 


5,907 


FSS-7 


— 


5,907 


FSS-7 


— 


5,907 


FSS-7 


__ 


5,907 


FSS-7 


-- 


5,907 


FSS-7 


— 


5,907 


FSS-7 


__ 


5,907 


FSS-7 


-- 


5,907 



FSS-7 — 



5,907 



38 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 1952 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



GERMANY (HICOG)— Continued 
Frankfort on the Main (unless otherwise noted) — Continued 



Office of Administration 
(A)--Continued. 



Alan H. Dodds, resident officer 

(Wiesbaden). 
Dorothy A. Leadbetter, placement officer- 
Hall ward A. Danielsen, placement officer- 
James B. Peabody, resident officer 

(Wiesbaden) . 
Arvin M. Kramish, resident officer 

(Wiesbaden) . 
Wilbert B. Dubin, resident officer 

(Stuttgart) . 

John H. Daschbach, admin, officer 

Harry R. Swanson, chief of travel br 

Virginia C. Darce, interior decorator — 
Adolph V. Mitterer, motor pool supervisor 
Mary H. Anderson, payroll supervisor -- 
Ruth M. Cannon, org. and methods 

examiner. 
Donald Hodson, dep. chief of travel br — 

James D. Smith, property officer 

Margaret P. Welsh, billeting officer 

Domingo A. Monteiro, local payroll 

procedures officer. 
Stanley S. Chowaniec, communications 

technician. 
George J. Warren, communications 

supervisor. 

Charles H. Shaller, constr. engineer 

Margaret E. Manning, asst. budget analyst 

Martin Levey, billeting officer 

John L. Smith, voucher audit supervisor - 
Gustav H. Fagerholm, chief of graphic 

section. 
Alfred C. Chadbourn, gen. sers. officer - 
Wesley F. Hawes, property accounting 

officer. 

Frederick C. Whetzel, depot supt 

Thaddeus A. Herrick, Jr., admin, asst.; 

V. c. 
William P. Harris, resident officer 

(Stuttgart) . 

Clifford J. Quinlan, admin, asst 

Isidore Edelmann, correspondence control 

supervisor. 
Marie C.Gravener, placement technician - 
John W. Black, resident officer 

(Stuttgart). 
Benjamin R. Moser, resident officer 

(Wiesbaden). 
Richard C. Simpkins, resident officer 

(Stuttgart). 
Peter A. Seip, resident officer 

(Stuttgart). 
Gordon G. Heiner, 3d, admin, asst. 

(Wiesbaden). 
Spencer P. Miller, Jr. , org. and methods 

examiner. 
Mary A. Kellogg, employee sers. tech- 
nician. 
Hazel L. S. Medlock, disbursing officer - 
Edwin Howard Rohde, resident officer 

(Darmstadt). 
Richard J. Pond, communications ser. 

officer (Bonn). 
Edward R. Foley, communications super- 
visor. 

Donald E. Spencer, supply asst 

Nora E. Wittliff, employee sers. tech- 
nician. 



Dec. 11, 1950 



Dec. 11, 

Jan. 3, 

Jan. 15, 

Jan. 18, 

Feb. 13, 

Feb. 18, 

May 1, 

June 13, 

Feb. 21, 

Feb. 12, 

Oct. 16, 

Oct. 16, 

Oct. 16, 

Oct. 16, 

Jan. 18, 

Feb. 4, 

Aug. 9, 

Aug. 14, 

Aug. 15, 

Oct. 9, 

Nov. 11, 

Nov. 13, 

Jan. 8, 

Jan. 10, 

Apr. 9, 

May 25, 



1950 
1951 
1950 

1951 

1951 

1951 
1951 
1951 
1951 
1950 
1949 

1949 
1949 
1949 
1950 

1950 

1950 

1950 
1950 
1950 
1950 
1950 

1951 
1951 

1951 
1950 



Sept. 27, 1950 



Nov. 30, 
Oct. 16, 

Oct. 16, 
Sept. 27, 

Sept. 27, 

Sept. 27, 

Sept. 29, 

Nov. 24, 

Dec. 7, 

Jan. 17, 

Apr. 24, 
June 21, 

July 1, 

Oct. 16, 

Oct. 16, 
Oct. 16, 



1950 
1949 

1949 
1950 

1950 

1950 

1950 

1950 

1950 

1947 

1948 
1949 

1949 

1949 

1949 
1949 



FSS-7 — 

FSS-7 — 
FSS-7 — 
FSS-7 — 

FSS-7 — 

FSS-7 — 

FSS-7 — 

FSS-7 — 

FSS-7 — 

FSS-9 — 

FSS-8 — 

FSS-8 — 

FSS-8 — 

FSS-8 — 

FSS-8 — 

FSS-8 — 

FSS-8 ~ 

FSS-8 — 

FSS-8 — 

FSS-8 — 

FSS-8 — 

FSS-8 — 

FSS-8 — 

FSS-8 — 
FSS-8 — 

FSS-8 — 
FSO-6 — 

FSO-6 — 

FSO-6 - 

FSS-9 — 

FSS-9 — 
FSO-6 — 

FSO-6 — 

FSO-6 — 

FSO-6 — 

FSO-6 — 

FSO-6 — 

FSS-9 — 

FSS-9 — 
FSS-9 — 

FSS-9 — 

FSS-9 — 

FSS-9 — 
FSS-9 — 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



39 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Salary 



GERMANY (HICOG)--Continued 
Frankfort on the Main (unless otherwise noted)- -Continued 



ce of Administration 
\) — Continued. 



ice of General Counsel 
3C). 



Howard Van Arsdale, printing supervisor. 
Edwin C. Pancoast, resident officer 

(Dieburg). 

Charlotta Heubeck, travel asst 

Eugene E. Morris, garage supt 

Ruth D. McDonough, nurse 

Ramon M. Gibson, asst. communications 

officer. 
James S. Waddington, admin, officer — 
Frederick C. Bealke, Jr., procedures 

technician. 
Edward E. Masters, resident off icer 

(Stuttgart). 
Kennedy B. Schmertz, resident officer 

(Wiesbaden). 
Pratt Byrd, admin asst. (Bremen) 

Robert R. Bowie, gen. counsel 

Eli W. DeBevoise, gen. counsel 

Grant W. Kelleher, asst. gen. counsel - 
Forrest S. Hannaman, chief of legal ad- 
vice div. 

Sidney H. Willner, atty 

Worth Byrd McCauley, chief atty 

Frederick G. Hulse, dep. chief of admin. 

of justice div. 

Stanley A. Disney, atty 

S. Houston Lay, special asst 

Walter E. Menke, dep. chief of legislation 

div. 

Joachim Von Elbe, legal officer 

Joseph E. McDowell, atty.; dep. div. chief 
Joseph W. Bishop, special asst. to gen. 

counsel. 

Richard C. Hagan, prison officer 

Gerhart Husserl, legal officer 

Jacob I. Karro, asst. chief of legal advice 

div. 
Knox Lamb, special asst. to gen. counsel- 
Edmund Heinz Schwenk, legal officer — 

Randolph H. Newman, atty 

Richard H. Lansdale, legal officer 

Henry F. Waldstein, atty 

Herbert L. Sultan, atty 

Anthony H. Bergson, atty 

Harry Gaberman, atty; investigator 

Edgar Martin Gerlach, prison officer 

Hardy Campbell Lee, atty 

Richard A. Ruppert, trial atty 

John Sexton James, Jr., atty 

Paul James Gernert, prison officer 

(Bad-Nauheim). 
Wallace Lawrence, prison officer 

(Bad-Nauheim). 
Donald C. Noggle, trial atty. (Munich) -- 
Lloyd Henry Rooney, trial atty. (Stuttgart)- 

William A. Acton, cml. specialist 

Thomas C. Lancian, asst. chief atty — 

Paul Eugen Moeller, atty 

James F. Tierney, cml. specialist — 

William Irving Hart, atty 

William Blitz, business economist 

William Fred Johnston, trial atty 

Harold Edwin Kuhn, atty 

Werner Loewenthal, property officer '-- 
Saul Moskowitz, prison officer 

(Munich). 



May 16, 1950 
June 8, 1950 

June 21, 1950 
July 27, 1950 
Dec. 16, 1950 
Jan. 5, 1951 

Jan. 8, 1951 
Jan. 31, 1951 

Sept. 27, 1950 

Nov. 30, 1950 

Feb. 20, 1951 

Jan. 26, 1950 

June 6, 1951 

Jan. 23, 1950 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Jan. 23, 1950 
Oct. 16, 1949 
Nov. 21, 1949 

Sept. 4, 1950 
Mar. 21, 1950 
Oct. 16, 1949 



Oct. 
Jan. 
May 

Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 

Oct. 
Oct. 
Mar, 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
May 
Oct. 



16, 1949 

24, 1950 

23, 1950 

16, 1949 

16, 1949 

16, 1949 

16, 1949 

16, 1949 

8, 1950 

16, 1949 

27, 1949 
30, 1949 
16, 1949 
16, 1949 
16, 1949 
16, 1949 
16, 1949 

28, 1950 
16, 1949 



Oct. 16, 1949 



Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 



16, 1949 

16, 1949 

16, 1949 

16, 1949 

16, 1949 

16, 1949 

30, 1949 

16, 1949 

16, 1949 

16, 1949 

16, 1949 

16, 1949 



FSS-9 
FSS-9 

FSS-9 
FSS-9 
FSS-9 
FSS-9 

FSS-9 
FSS-9 

FSO-6 

FSO-6 

FSO-6 

FSR-1 
FSR-1 
FSR-2 
FSR-2 

FSR-2 
FSR-2 
FSS-1 

FSS-1 
FSS-1 
FSS-1 

FSS-1 
FSS-1 
FSS-1 

FSS-1 
FSS-1 
FSS-1 

FSS-1 
FSS-1 
FSS-1 
FSS-2 
FSS-2 
FSS-2 
FSS-3 
FSS-3 
FSS-3 
FSS-3 
FSS-3 
FSS-3 
FSS-4 

FSS-4 

FSS-4 
FSS-4 
FSS-3 
FSS-3 
FSS-3 
FSS-3 
FSS-3 
FSS-4 
FSS-4 
FSS-4 
FSS-4 
FSS-4 



$4,719 
4,719 

4,719 
4,719 
4,719 
4,719 

4,719 
4,719 

4,593 

4,593 

4,393 

14, 300 
14, 300 
11,500 
11,150 

11,150 
11,130 
11,130 

11,130 
10, 550 
10,250 

10, 250 
10, 250 
10,250 

9,950 
9,950 
9,950 

9,950 
9,950 
9,950 
9,230 
9,230 
9,230 
8,721 
8,721 
8,721 
8,721 
8,721 
8,721 
8,649 

8,649 

8,649 
8,649 
8,481 
8,481 
8,481 
8,481 
8,481 
8,409 
7,929 
7,929 
7,929 
7,929 



Assigned also to Office of Economic Affairs. 



40 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 1952 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



GERMANY (HICOG)--Continued 
Frankfort on the Main (unless otherwise noted)--Continued 



Office of General Counsel 
(GC)- -Continued. 



Military Security Board 
(MSB). 



Kermit Van Leuven, trial atty. (Marburg) - 

Elizabeth K. Lange, atty 

Cyril C. Means, atty 

Robert H. Heilbrunn, atty 

Julius I. Rudolph, Jr., trial atty. 

(Regensburg). 
Jim Stanley Phelps, trial atty. (Bremen)-- 
Richard C. Sheldon, trial atty. (Augsburg). 
William D. Canfield, trial atty. (Nurnberg) 

Irvin Robbins, trial atty. (Berlin) 

James L. Greenhill, trial atty. (Munich) - 

Edward T. Edrington, trial atty 

Ronald Dadamio, trial atty. (Wiirzburg) - 
Gerald D. Fowlie, trial atty. (Mannheim). 
Albert B. Osborne, trial atty. (Ansbach) - 

Marjorie N. Robbins, librarian 

Fred A. Tappan, trial atty 

Joseph Peter Friske, trial atty 

Wallace G. Dempsey, atty 

Solomon Boock , trial atty. (Munich) 

Tom Lucian Davis, atty 

Elmer H. Groth, trial atty. (Augsburg) -- 

William F. Jones, trial atty 

George W. Oliphant, trial atty. 

(Regensburg). 
Clarence E. Vores, trial atty. (Heidelberg) 

Ernst M. Lampe, atty 

Edward Quintin Carr, Jr., atty 

John Lewis Tinner ello, trial atty. ; v.c. 

(Stuttgart). 
Jerome L. Silverstein, asst. dist. atty. 

(Kassel). 

Carla Helen Eddy, legal asst 

Freda Barker, admin, officer 

Francis D. Murnaghan, Jr., atty 

Alexander M. Bickel, legal officer 

William J. Schrenk,Jr., atty 

Donald A. Wehmeyer, atty 

Coblenz (unless otherwise noted) 

Col. Earl F. Thomson, dep. commr. 

(Berlin). 
Carl H. Nordstrom, chief of scientific 

research div. 
Justin M. Kelly, chief of industrial div — 
Clarence Wendel, special consultant 

(Frankfort on the Main). 
Theodore Alfred Rude, chemical engineer - 
Ervin H. Bramhall, dep. chief of scientific 

research div. 
Lionel L. Brunton, engineer (gen. ) 

(Wiesbaden). 
Carley H. Paulsen, engineer (Hamburg) — 
Harry Jan Coster, physical sci. admin- 
istrator (Berlin). 
Fred S. Perkerson, chemist 

(Wiesbaden). 

John Yule, engineer (Hamburg) 

Victor L. Billings, chief of patents br — 

John C. Barrett, metallurgist 

Rudolph M. Langer, physicist (Wiesbaden)- 

Earl F. Kiernan, elect, engineer 

Henning B. Dieter, mechanical engineer - 

Joseph Rivkin, chemical engineer 

Josephs. Korfanty, industrial specialist - 

Theodore L. Morris, elect. engineer 

Donald M. Pearson, mechanical engineer 
Richard Allan Steele, comm. sec 



Oct. 

Nov. 
July 
Aug. 
Oct. 

Nov. 
Apr. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Nov. 
May 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 

Oct. 
June 
Jan. 
Apr. 

Jan. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Mar. 

Aug. 

July 

June 



16, 


1949 


16, 


1949 


23, 


1950 


31, 


1950 


16, 


1949 


22, 


1949 


3, 


1950 


16, 


1949 


16, 


1949 


16, 


1949 


16, 


1949 


IVi 


1949 


18, 


1949 


16, 


1949 


16, 


1949 


16, 


1949 


21, 


1949 


1, 


1950 


16, 


1949 


16, 


1949 


16, 


1949 


16, 


1949 


16, 


1949 


16, 


1949 


29, 


1950 


16, 


1950 


17, 


1950 


9, 


1951 


16, 


1949 


16, 


1949 


10, 


1950 


13, 


1950 


31, 


1950 


19, 


1951 



FSS-4 — 

FSS-4 -- 

FSS-4 — 

FSS-4 — 

FSS-5 ~ 

FSS-5 — 

FSS-5 — 

FSS-5 — 

FSS-5 — 

FSS-6 — 

FSS-5 — 

FSS-5 — 

FSS-6 — 

FSS-6 -- 

FSS-6 — 

FSS-6 — 

FSS-6 — 

FSS-6 — 

FSS-6 — 

FSS-6 — 

FSS-6 — 

FSS-6 — 

FSS-6 — 

FSS-6 — 

FSS-6 — 

FSS-6 — 

FSS-6 — 

FSS-6 — 

FSS-7 — 

FSS-7 — 

FSS-7 — 

FSS-7 — 

FSS-7 — 

FSS-8 — 



Oct. 


16, 


1949 


FSR-2 - 


11,500 


Nov. 


19, 


1949 


FSR-2 — 


11,130 


Dec. 


28, 


1950 


FSR-2 — 


11,130 


Oct. 


16, 


1949 


FSS-2 - 


10, 250 


Dec. 


4, 


1950 


FSS-1 - 


9,950 


Oct. 


16, 


1949 


FSS-2 — 


9,950 


Oct. 


16, 


1949 


FSS-2 - 


9,710 


Oct. 


16, 


1949 


FSS-2 — 


9,470 


Oct. 


16, 


1949 


FSS-2 — 


9,470 


Oct. 


16, 


1949 


FSS-3 -- 


9,441 


Oct. 


16, 


1949 


FSS-2 — 


9,230 


June 


19, 


1950 


FSS-2 — 


9,230 


Sept. 


24, 


1950 


FSS-2 — 


9,230 


Apr. 


8, 


1951 


FSS-2 — 


9,230 


July 


16, 


1951 


FSS-2 — 


9,230 


Oct. 


16, 


1949 


FSS-3 — 


8,961 


Oct. 


16, 


1949 


FSS-3 — 


8,721 


Oct. 


16, 


1949 


FSS-3 — 


8,721 


Oct. 


16, 


1949 


FSS-3 — 


8,721 


Oct. 


16, 


1949 


FSS-3 — 


8,721 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



41 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Salary 



tary Security Board 
ISB)- -Continued. 



. Courts for Germany 
ISCG). 



GERMANY (HICOG)--Continued 
Coblenz (unless otherwise noted) --Continued 



Nils G. Anderson, physical sci. admin- 
istrator (Wiesbaden). 
Kenneth M. Harnett, physicist; meteorol- 
ogist (Wiesbaden). 

Edward William Rapp, metallurgist 

James Burns Zahner, cml. specialist -- 
George W. Brossard, patents examiner - 
Edward Sydney Jones, engineer (gen. ) 
(Hamburg). 

Farris Mansour, investigator 

Charles Sedgwick, comm. sec 

Leon Alchevsky, interpreter; translator -• 

Lawrence P. Fellows.comm. sec 

Joseph T. Skehan, comm. sec 

John J. Lequar, reports and statistics 

officer . 
Vincent J. Mullins, admin, officer 

Niirnberg (unless otherwise noted) 

William Clark, chief justice 

(Frankfort on the Main). 
Fred J. Cohn, justice 

Carl Whitney Fulghum, assoc. justice 

(Frankfort on the Main). 

Justin W. Harding, assoc. justice 

Marc J. Robinson, assoc. justice 

(Frankfort on the Main). 

H. Lloyd Ericsson, justice 

Peter J. Flanagan, justice 

Leo M. Goodman, chief dist. judge 

(Munich). 
James York Johnson, dist. judge 

(Stuttgart). 
Dewitt White, chief presiding dist. judge 

(Frankfort on the Main). 
Robert L. Guthrie, dist. judge (Bremen) - 
Homer Minnis Lyon, dist. judge 

(Augsburg) . 
Paul Eugene Madden, dist. judge 

(Mannheim). 
John Joshua Speight, dist. judge 

(Frankfort on the Main). 
Wilhelm H. Roberz, dist. judge 

(Munich). 
JohnC. Campbell, dist. judge (Marburg)- 
Marvin B. Colbert, dist. judge (Munich) - 
Ambrose Fuller, dist. judge (Munich) -- 
Justus John Geist, dist. judge (Stuttgart)- 
Fred Joseph Harris, dist. judge 

(Regensburg). 
Tench Tilgham Marye, dist. judge 

(Frankfort on the Main). 
William R. Reichert, dist. judge (Marburg) 
John Archer Sabo, dist. judge (Berlin) - 
Peter M. Stupar, dist. judge (Mannheim)- 

Carl A. Turmo, dist. judge 

Alexis S. Basinski, dist. judge 

(Wurzburg). 
Marshall J. Herro, magistrate sr. 

(Stuttgart). 
Harold L. Schwartz, ■ magistrate sr. 

(Munich). 
Roy Smith Wood, magistrate (Marburg) - 
Carlisle Durfee, magistrate sr. 

(Ansbach). 
Mason S. Lebaron, magistrate (Ansbach)- 
WiUiam A. Jacobsen, magistrate 
(Stuttgart). 



Oct. 


30, 


1949 


Oct. 


16, 


1949 


Feb. 


14, 


1950 


Oct. 


16, 


1949 


Nov. 


13, 


1949 


Nov. 


17, 


1949 


Mar 


1, 


1950 


June 11, 


1950 


Oct. 


30, 


1949 


Sept 


7, 


1950 


Jan. 


15, 


1951 


Oct. 


16, 


1949 


Oct. 


16, 


1949 



Oct. 

Oct. 
Oct. 

Oct. 
Oct. 

Nov. 
Nov. 
Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 
Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Nov. 

Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 



16, 


1949 


16, 


1949 


16, 


1949 


16, 


1949 


16, 


1949 


27, 


1949 


21, 


1949 


16, 


1949 


16, 


1949 


30, 


1949 


16, 


1949 


16, 


1949 


16, 


1949 



16, 1949 

13, 1949 

16, 1949 

16, 1949 

16, 1949 

16, 1949 

16, 1949 



Oct. 16, 1949 



Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Nov. 
Oct. 

Oct. 
Oct. 



16, 1949 

16, 1949 

16, 1949 

16, 1949 

16, 1949 

16, 1949 

16, 1949 

21, 1949 

16, 1949 

16, 1949 

30, 1949 



FSS-3 -- 

FSS-3 -- 

FSS-3 -- 

FSS-5 — 

FSS-5 — 

FSS-5 — 

FSS-6 — 

FSS-6 -- 

FSS-7 — 

FSS-7 — 

FSS-8 -- 

FSS-9 — 



FSR-1 — 

FSR-2 - 
FSR-2 -- 

FSR-2 - 
FSR-2 -- 

FSR-2 - 
FSS-1 - 
FSS-2 -■ 

FSS-2 - 

FSS-2 - 

FSS-3 -• 
FSS-3 -■ 

FSS-3 - 

FSS-3 - 

FSS-3 - 

FSS-3 - 

FSS-3 - 

FSS-3 - 

FSS-3 - 

FSS-3 - 

FSS-3 - 

FSS-3 - 

FSS-3 - 

FSS-3 - 

FSS-3 - 

FSS-5 - 

FSS-5 - 

FSS-5 - 

FSS-5 - 
FSS-5 - 

FSS-5 - 
FSS-5 - 



$ 8,721 

8,481 

8,481 
7,095 
7,095 
7,095 

6,681 
6,501 
6,267 
5,907 
5,313 
4,719 

4,719 



13, 200 

11,150 
11,150 

11,150 
11,150 

11, 150 

11,130 

9,710 

9,470 

9,470 

9,441 
8,961 

8,961 

8,961 

8,961 

8,721 
8,721 
8,721 
8,721 
8,721 

8,721 

8,721 
8,721 
8,721 
8,721 
7,635 

7,635 

7,635 

7,635 
7,275 

7,275 
7,275 



42 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 1952 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



U. S. Courts for Germany 
(USCG)- -Continued. 



Eastern Element (EE) 



U.S. Consulate (C) 



GERMANY (fflCOG) —Continued 
Niirnberg (unless otherwise noted) --Continued 



Claudio Delitala, magistrate (Munich) — 
Harry S. Green, magistrate (Bremen) -- 
George H. Scannell, magistrate 

(Regensburg). 
Sadie B. Arbuthnot, magistrate 

(Wurzburg). 
Joseph Morse Mandell, magistrate 

(Munich). 
Herman Piatt, magistrate (Augsburg) — . 
William F. Wright, magistrate (Munich) - 
Oscar G. Anderson, magistrate 

(Frankfort on the Main). 
Harold C . Shannon, magistrate 
(Frankfort on the Main). 

Hans Lamm, interpreter 

Hanns E. Gleichman, elk. of ct. 

(Franldort on the Main). 
Theresa S. Steuer, interpreter 
(Frankfort on the Main). 

Samuel S. Horn, interpreter 

Charles A. Phillips, legal asst. 
(Frankfort on the Main). 

Henry Royal Carley, elk. marshal 

Anne Daniels, shorthand reporter 

(Frankfort on the Main). 
Lester Adolph Kolste, elk. marshal 

(Berlin). 
Richard A. WoU, elk. marshal 

(Stuttgart). 
Pauline K. Leonard, shorthand reporter 

(Frankfort on the Main). 
Cora J. Walker, admin, officer 
(Frankfort on the Main). 

Henry Einstein.clk. of et 

Manfred Guggenheim, elk. marshal 

(Frankfort on the Main). 
Floyd Wilbur King, elk. marshal 

(Mannheim). 
Wiley E. Robinette, elk. marshal 

(Regensburg). 
Helen Louise Eyler, elk. marshal 

(Bremen). 
John J. Herman, elk. marshal (Munich) - 
Margaret I. Hawk, elk. marshal 

(Frankfort on the Main). 
Marshall Prentice, elk. of et. (Wiirzburg) 

Berlin (unless otherwise noted) 

George A. Morgan, dir. of Eastern 
Element. 

Anthony Geber, chief of econ. div 

Charles E. Huliek, Jr., chief of pol. div- 

Marion K. Mitchell, pol. officer 

Albert W. Stoffel, v. c; econ. officer — 

Moncrieff J. Spear, pol. officer 

Lawrence C. Mitchell, pol. analyst 

Heyward Isham, econ. officer 



Nov. 13, 1949 
Nov. 22, 1949 
Nov. 30, 1950 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 
Oct. 16, 1949 
Jan. 8, 1951 

Mar. 18, 1951 

Oct. 16, 1949 
Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Nov. 22, 1949 
Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 
Oct. 15, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Nov. 13, 1949 



Nov 


18, 


1949 


Oct. 


30, 


1949 


Nov 


21, 


1949 


Oct. 


16, 


1949 


Oct. 


16, 


1949 


Oct. 


30, 


1949 


Oct. 


16, 


1949 


Oct. 


16, 


1949 


Oct. 


16, 


1949 


Oct. 


18, 


1950 



Robert B. Streeper, cons. gen. ; principal June 6, 1950 
officer. 

Bryant Buckingham, cons.; exec, officer- Apr. 5, 1948 

Robert A. Brown, v. c. ; admin, officer - Jan. 20, 1950 

Harold C. Roser, Jr., v. c. ; econ. officer July 3, 1950 

Edward J. Krache, Jr., v. c. ; citizenship July 20, 1950 

and passport officer. 

Nicholas G. Andrews, v. c.; visa screen- Aug. 11, 1950 

ing officer. 



Mar. 27, 1950 

Oct. 16, 1949 
May 4, 1951 
Mar. 19, 1947 
June 23, 1950 
Aug. 23, 1950 
Nov. 17, 1950 
Aug. 4, 1950 



FSS-5 - 
FSS-5 - 
FSS-5 - 

FSS-5 - 

FSS-5 - 

FSS-5 - 
FSS-5 - 
FSS-5 - 

FSS-6 — 

FSS-8 — 
FSS-8 — 

FSS-8 — 

FSS-8 — 
FSS-7 — 

FSS-9 — 
FSS-9 — 

FSS-9 — 

FSS-9 — 

FSS-9 — 

FSS-8 — 

FSS-8 — 
FSS-9 — 

FSS-9 — 

FSS-9 — 

FSS-9 -- 

FSS-9 — 
FSS-9 — 

FSS-9 -- 



FSO-2 — 

FSS-2 — 
FSO-4 — 
FSS-7 -- 
FSO-5 — 
FSO-6 — 
FSO-6 — 
FSO-6 — 

FSO-2 — 

FSO-4 — 
FSS-8 — 
FSO-6 — 
FSO-6 — 

FSO-6 — 



5,259 

5,259 

4,899 

4,899 
4,719 

4,719 



11,130 

9,230 
6,963 
5,907 
5,713 
4,993 
4,593 
4,393 

11,130 

7,863 
5,313 
5,093 
4,993 

4,793 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



43 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Salary 



Commander Berlin - 



GERMANY (HICOG)--Continued 
Berlin — Continued 

Herman T. Skofield, v. c. ; visa screen- 
ing officer. 

Edgar E. Garwood, Jr., v. c. ; notarial 
and property protection officer. 

Maj. Gen. Mathewsen, U.S. comdr 

Cecil B. Lyon, dep. dir. of Berlin 

element. 
Ray W. Smith, chief of econ. affairs 

div. 
William John C. Egan, chief of public 

affairs div. 
W. Wallace Kirkpatrick, chief of legal 

affairs div. 

Clark Denney, intell. officer 

Wesley F. Pape, gen. counsel 

Rebecca G. Wellington, chief of pol. 

affairs div. 
Caesar J. Scavarda, chief of public 

safety div. 

Leon Judah Steck, program analyst 

Wilmer M. Froistad, public welfare 

adviser. 
Herbert N. Higgins, chief of industry br - 

Abe Kramer, labor economist 

Donald S. Spigler, finance officer (ECA) - 

Arthur H. Stroh, trade analyst 

Charles Albert Dix, econ. officer (trans- 
portation). 
Arthur A. Birnkrant, asst. gen. counsel - 
Owen Sayre Curran, chief of mil. security 

div. 

Louis Mark, Jr., program analyst 

Joseph P. McNulty, property officer 

Maxwell S. McKnight, exec, sec 

Henry Kenneth Dreman, trade officer — 

John Bode, finance officer 

John H. Gayer, industrial specialist 

Claude E. Broom, public safety officer — 
Charles B. Robson, chief of education and 

cultural relations br. 
Christopher B. Garnett, Jr. , community 

activities adviser. 

Harry B. Wyman, education adviser 

Don Carlos Travis, Jr., info, officer — 

Carl G. Anthon, education adviser 

Louis Lowell Bennett, press officer . 

Edwin L. Gardner, labor economist 

Karl F. Mautner, pol. officer (liaison) — 
Fred B. Bleistein, press and publications 

officer. 
Mateo Lettunich, cjiltural affairs adviser - 
Nathan A. Levin, Russian interpreter; 

translator. 
Robert Olaf Waring, v. c. ; admin, officer. 

Evan Augustus Taylor, U.S. sec 

Ronald D. Jeancon, analyst (sociological) - 
James C . Flint, youth activities adviser - 
Helen B. Nixson, youth and comm. 

activities adviser. 
Marion Skeen Coleman, press and publica- 
tions officer. 
Benjamin Wald, interpreter; translator — 
George J. Lambert, public safety officer - 
Christopher A. Legge, cultural affairs 

adviser. 
Anatol T. Muhlman, public safety officer - 
Uya Elliott Wolston, admin, liaison officer 



Feb. 13, 1951 
June 16, 1949 

June 11, 1951 



1951 

1949 

1950 

1949 
1949 
1947 

1951 

1949 
1949 

1949 
1949 
1951 
1949 
1949 

1949 
1949 

1949 
1949 
1949 
1949 
1949 
1949 
1950 
1951 

1949 

1949 
1949 
1949 
1949 
1949 
1949 
1949 

1949 
1949 

1951 
1949 
1950 
1950 
1951 

1949 

1951 
1949 
1949 

1949 
1949 



May 


14 


Nov. 


2 


Apr. 


2 


Oct. 


16 


Oct. 


16 


Sept 


15 


Jan. 


2 


Oct. 


16 


Oct. 


16 


Oct. 


16 


Oct. 


30 


Mar 


7 


Oct. 


16 


Oct. 


16 


Oct. 


16 


Oct. 


16 


Oct. 


16 


Oct. 


16 


Dec. 


16 


Oct. 


16 


Oct. 


16 


Nov. 


18 


Oct. 


6 


June 


6 


Oct. 


16 


Oct. 


16 


Oct. 


16 


Oct. 


16 


Oct. 


16 


Oct. 


16 


Oct. 


16 


Oct. 


30 


Oct. 


16 


Oct. 


16 


May 


1 


Oct. 


16 


Feb. 


2 


Dec. 


24 


Feb. 


13 



Oct. 16 

Jan. 22 

Oct. 16 

Oct. 16 

Oct. 16 

Oct. 16 



FSO-6 — 


$ 4,793 


FSS-9 - 


4,719 


FSO-1 — 


12,800 


FSR-2 -- 


11,850 


FSR-2 -- 


11,150 


FSS-1 — 


10, 250 


FSS-2 — 


10,250 


FSS-2 — 


10,250 


FSS-1 — 


9,950 


FSS-1 — 


9,950 


FSS-2 — 


9,710 


FSS-2 — 


9,470 


FSS-2 - 


9,470 


FSS-2 — 


9,470 


FSS-2 -- 


9,470 


FSS-3 -- 


9,441 


FSS-2 — 


9,230 


FSS-3 - 


8,961 


FSS-3 — 


8,721 


FSS-3 - 


8,721 


FSS-3 -- 


8,721 


FSS-3 -- 


8,721 


FSS-4 - 


8,649 


FSS-3 — 


8,481 


FSS-3 — 


8,481 


FSS-3 -- 


8,481 


FSS-3 -- 


8,481 


FSS-4 - 


8,409 


FSS-4 — 


8,409 


FSS-4 -- 


7,929 


FSS-4 - 


7,689 


FSS-4 - 


7,689 


FSS-4 — 


7,689 


FSS-4 -- 


7,689 


FSS-6 — 


7,401 


FSS-5 - 


7,275 


FSS-5 -- 


7,275 


FSS-5 - 


7,275 


FSS-6 -- 


7,221 


FSS-5 — 


7, 095 


FSS-5 - 


7,095 


FSS-5 - 


7,095 


FSS-6 -- 


7,041 


FSS-6 — 


6,861 


FSS-6 - 


6,681 


FSS-6 - 


6,681 


FSS-6 - 


6,681 


FSS-6 — 


6,681 



987058 O - 52 - 4 



44 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 195j 



Post 



U. S. Commander Berlin- 
Continued. 



U. S. Consulate General 
(CG). 



Land Commissioner for 
Bremen (LCBR). 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



GERMANY (HICOG)--Continued 

Berlin- -Continued 

Rudolph T. Klinker, public safety officer - 

William F. Keefe, press officer 

Walter C. Stelt, public safety officer 

Harry L. Anderson, communications 

supervisor; v. c. 
Michael B. Lustgarten, admin, liaison 

officer. 

Oscar Martay, film officer 

Bettine S. Mercer, French interpreter; 

translator. 
William E. MacFarlane, personnel officer- 
Doris I. Clark, asst. U.S. sec 

Joseph Congress, Interpreter 

Thomas R. McCabe, cultural affairs 

adviser . 
John A. McKesson, 3d, econ. officer 

(trade). 
Eugene V. McAuliffe, pol. officer; v. c — 
Gregory Henderson, dep. chief; operations 

officer; v.c. 

Warren A. Kelsey, pol. officer 

Rachel Adelmann, translator 

Patrick R. Thomas, gen. sers. officer -- 

John W. Hanes, Jr., analyst (econ. ) 

Paul J. Artemis, French interpreter; 

translator. 

Jean Steffee, shorthand reporter 

Jacob M. Myerson, program analyst 

Frank L. Heffelman, ct. reporter 

Glenn E. Schneider, shorthand reporter - 

Martha C. Halleran, pol. officer 

Robert T. Von Der Lieth, info. 

officer. 

Bremen 

Edward D. McLaughlin, cons, gen.; 

principal officer. 
Bernard F. Heiler, cons.; passport and 

citizenship officer. 
Aubrey Lee Welch, Jr. , v.c; visa officer 
Erich W. A. Hoffmann, v.c. ; consular 

officer. 
Ernest E. Ramsaur, Jr., v.c; pol. 

officer. 

Charles A. Lemmo, dispatch agt 

Jerome K. Holloway, Jr., v.c; pol. 

officer . 

John W. Simms, v.c. ; visa officer 

Arthur R. Day, v.c. ; screening officer — 

Gertrude Myers, v.c; visa officer 

Archibald K. Smith, v.c; admin. officer- 
Benjamin C. Hilliard, v.c. ; screening and 

issuing officer. 
Gordon L. Deegan, v.c; citizenship and 

passport officer. 

Vice Admiral Charles R. Jeffs, land 

commr. 
Allen Y. King, chief of public affairs div- 

Joseph L. Payette, dep. land commr 

Gerald N. Rein, public health and welfare 

adviser. 

Robert W. Johnson, land gen. couns 

Clarence P. Oakes, chief of pol. affairs 

div. 
William E. Northey, labor economist — 
William H. Goehring, chief of econ. affairs 

div. 



Oct. 


16, 


1949 


Feb. 


6 


1950 


Jan. 


28, 


1951 


Oct. 


14, 


1946 


Oct. 


16, 


1949 


Oct. 


16 


1949 


Oct. 


16 


1949 


July 


31 


1950 


Oct. 


16 


1949 


Nov. 


25 


1949 


May 


29 


1951 


June 


15 


1951 


May 


11 


1948 


June 


30 


1950 


Oct. 


29 


1950 


Oct. 


16 


1949 


Oct. 


16 


1949 


July 


31 


1950 


Aug. 


30 


1950 


Oct. 


16 


1949 


Aug. 


11 


1950 


Oct. 


16 


1949 


Oct. 


16 


1949 


June 


25 


1950 


Oct. 


17 


1950 



FSS-6 — 

FSS-6 — 

FSS-6 — 

FSS-7 — 

FSS-7 — 

FSS-7 — 
FSS-7 — 

FSS-7 — 

FSS-7 — 

FSS-7 — 

FSS-7 - 

FSO-5 — 

FSO-5 — 
FSO-5 — 

FSO-5 - 
FSS-8 - 
FSS-8 - 
FSS-8 - 
FSS-8 - 

FSS-9 - 
FSO-6 - 
FSS-9 - 
FSS-9 - 
FSO-6 -- 
FSO-6 -- 



Mar. 


27, 


1950 


FSO-2 -- 


il, 130 


Aug. 


1, 


1946 


FSS-6 — 


6,861 


Sept. 


16, 


1946 


FSS-7 - 


6,087 


Jan. 


31, 


1947 


FSS-8 - 


5,853 


Nov. 


27, 


1950 


FSO-5 — 


5,313 


June 


11, 


1947 


FSS-8 - 


5,313 


July 


19, 


1950 


FSO-6 — 


4,793 


Sept. 


27, 


1950 


FSO-6 -- 


4,793 


Feb. 


20, 


1951 


FSO-6 — 


4,793 


Dec. 


18, 


1946 


FSS-9 - 


4,719 


Apr. 


21, 


1949 


FSS-9 - 


4,719 


June 


28, 


1949 


FSO-6 — 


4,593 


Aug. 
Oct. 


6, 
16, 


1950 
1949 


FSO-6 — 


4,393 


July 


26, 


1950 


FSS-1 — 


10,250 


Oct. 


16, 


1949 


FSS-1 - 


9,950 


Apr. 


20, 


1950 


FSS-1 — 


9,950 


Oct. 


16, 


1949 


FSS-2 -- 


9,950 


Oct. 


16, 


1949 


FSS-2 -- 


9,470 


Oct. 


16, 


1949 


FSS-2 -- 


9,470 


Oct. 


16, 


1949 


FSS-2 — 


9,230 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



45 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Salary 



ommissioner for 
len {LCBR)--Con- 
d. 



onsiilate General 



onsulate General 



GERMANY (HICOG)— Continued 
Bremen — Continued 

James E. McDaniel, chief of education 

and cultural relations div. 
Louie R. Smith, chief of mil. security 

div. 
WiUem Van deWall, community activities 

adviser. 

Howard W. Calkins, press officer 

Horace Y. Edwards, cultural affairs 

adviser. 
John W. Jergensen, public safety officer- 
Stanley E. Davies, maritime admin. 

officer. 
Edward E. Merone, resident officer 

(Bremen). 
Arch M. Wallace, educational adviser -- 

Alex Saron, radio officer 

Herbert T. Schuelke, educational 

adviser. 
Edgar K. Smith, educational adviser — 
Allen A. Backer, cultural affairs adviser- 
Robert L. Marshall, Jr., admin. officer- 
Walter V. Burrows, field youth activities 

adviser. 
William F. Bahlmann, displaced popula- 
tions officer. 

Jack Graf, cultural affairs adviser 

William V. Bulman, personnel officer -- 
Joseph Bartolino, U.S. resident officer 

asst. 

Munro P. Jones, gen. sers. officer 

Paul V. Haddix, transportation officer — 

Diisseldorf 

La Verne Baldwin, cons, gen.; principal 

officer. 
Meyer Bernstein, labor affairs officer - 
Robert P. Chalker, cons.; exec, officer - 

Edward T. Lampson, pol. officer 

David J. S. Manbey, v.c.;econ. officer - 
Dorothea C. Lampe, v. c. ; consular sers. 

officer. 

Michel F. Smith, v.c; pol. officer 

Roberta B. Diggs, v.c; admin, officer - 

Stephen Olesnevich, v.c 

Howard Hill, v.c; visa officer 

Sidney V. Suhler, v.c.;econ. officer — 

Hamburg 

Robert T. Cowan, cons, gen 

Halleck L. Rose, cons.; pol. officer 

L. MJlner Dunn, cons.; econ. officer 

W. Laird Warwick, v.c; admin, officer- 
Wayland B. Waters, v.c; econ. officer - 
Bruce M. Lancaster, v.c; econ. officer 
Jessie Lawson Webb, v. c ; visa officer - 

John M. Perry, v.c; cons, officer 

Mary Adelaide Roberts, v.c; citizenship 

and passport officer. 
George W. Phillips, Jr., v.c; visa of- 
ficer. ' 

Marjory M. Wallis, admin, asst 

Douglas V. Bryan, v. c ; visa officer 

Henry L. Heymann, v.c; visa officer i- 
Thomas R. Craig, Jr., v.c; consular 
officer. 



Oct. 16, 

Oct. 16, 

Oct. 16, 

Oct. 16, 
Oct. 16, 

Oct. 16, 
Oct. 16, 



Oct. 16, 
Oct. 16, 
Oct. 16, 

Apr. 9, 
Oct. 30, 
Oct. 16, 
Oct. 16, 



1949 

1949 

1949 

1949 
1949 

1949 
1949 



Oct. 16, 1949 



Oct. 16, 
Oct. 16, 
Oct. 16, 

Oct. 16, 
Sept. 18, 



May 2, 
Feb. 14, 
Jan. 23, 
May 9, 
Mar. 9, 
Feb. 27, 
Mar. 16, 
Mar. 21, 
July 17, 



1949 
1949 
1949 

1950 
1949 
1949 
1949 



Jan. 16, 1951 



1949 
1949 
1949 

1949 
1950 



May 4, 1950 

Feb. 8, 1950 

May 2, 1951 

July 31, 1951 

July 18, 1950 

June 27, 1949 

Mar. 9, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Aug. 14, 1951 

Aug. 8, 1950 

Aug. 20, 1950 



1949 
1949 
1948 
1949 
1949 
1950 
1946 
1949 
1947 



Oct. 16, 1949 

May 14, 1950 
Aug. 20, 1950 
July 26, 1950 
Oct. 13, 1949 



FSS-3 — 

FSS-3 — 

FSS-5 — 

FSS-4 — 

FSS-4 — 

FSS-4 — 

FSS-5 — 

FSS-5 — 

FSS-5 - 

FSS-6 — 

FSS-5 -- 

FSS-5 - 

FSS-5 - 

FSS-6 — 

FSS-6 - 

FSS-7 -- 

FSS-8 - 

FSS-8 - 

FSS-9 - 

FSS-9 - 

FSS-9 - 



FSO-2 — 

FSS-2 — 
FSO-4 — 
FSO-4 — 
FSO-5 — 
FSS-8 — 

FSO-5 — 
FSS-8 — 
FSS-8 — 
FSO-6 - 
FSO-6 — 



FSO-3 -- 
FSO-3 -- 
FSO-4 -- 
FSS-7 — 
FSO-5 -- 
FSO-5 -- 
FSS-8 — 
FSO-5 — 
FSS-8 — 

FSS-8 — 

FSS-9 — 
FSO-6 — 
FSO-6 — 
FSO-6 — 



$ 8,721 

8,721 

8,115 

7,929 
7,689 

7,689 
7,635 

7,635 

7,635 
7,401 
7,275 

7,275 
7,095 
6,681 
6,501 

6,087 

5,493 
5,313 
4,719 

4,719 
4,719 



11,850 

9,470 
8,463 
8,163 
5,713 
5,493 

5,313 
5,313 
5,313 
4,793 
4,793 



9,730 
9,130 
6,963 
5,907 
5,513 
5,513 
5,493 
5,313 
5,313 

5,313 

5,259 
5,093 
4,993 
4,793 



igned to Displaced Persons Program. 



46 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 1952 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



U.S. Consulate General 
(CO) --Continued. 



U.S. Consulate General 
(CG). 



GERMANY (fflCOG)- -Continued 

Hamburg — Continued 

Grant E. Mouser, 3d, v. c. ; visa officer - 
Frank J. Curtis, Jr., v. c. ; visa officer ^ 
Leslie A. Klieforth, v.c; econ. officer - 

Joseph M. Swing, v.c. ; visa officer 

James C. Haahr, v.c. ; chief of visa 

section. 
LoweU B. Laingen, v. c. ; visa officer ^- 

Munich 



Sam E. Woods, cons. gen. with personal 

rank of minister. 
Paul H. Pearson, cons. ; exec, officer — 
Erich W. Isenstead, chief of pol. and 

public affairs section. 
Floyd W. Rhine, receiving station super- 
visor. ^ 

Lucy R. Lentz, admin, officer 

Robert A. Brand, cons.; pol. officer 

Augustus Ostertag, cons. ; cons, officer - 

Sverre M. Backe, visa officer; v. c 

John Rubel Mapother, pol. reporting 

officer . 
Clarke Van Vleet, public affairs officer - 
William O. Hershberger, sr. engineer ^ 

Sidney B. Lyman, sr. engineer ^ 

Herbert C. Brickson, radio engineer ^ — 

Eric C. Feiler, gen. analyst 

Leo Fraenkel, gen. analyst 

Herbert F. Dengler, radio engineer ^ — 
Mathias J. Ortwein, v.c; visa officer — 
Arthur C. Lillig, v.c; econ. officer — 
Fillmore F. Hamilton, radio engineer ^- 
George W. Smith,»Jr., radio engineer ^ - 
Richard H. Donald, v.c; econ. officer - 
James H. McFarland, Jr., v.c; pol. 

officer. 
John M. Thompson, Jr., v.c; visa 

officer, i 
Vincent R. Boening, v.c; econ. officer - 

Eric G. Lindahl, v. c ; visa officer 

Jean A. Zimmermann, v.c. ; visa screen- 
ing officer. 
George T. Churchill, v.c ; visa officer - 
Harry W. Heikenen, v.c. ; visa officer ^- 
Richard E. Snyder, visa officer; v. c — 
Sam Moskowitz, v.c. ; visa officer ^ — 
Gerald Goldstein, v.c; passport and 

citizenship officer. '■ 
Alan G. James, gen. sers. officer; v.c - 

Anthony J. Oliver, radio engineer ^ 

Donnell Dickson, radio engineer ^ 

Bradford H. Wood, radio engineer ' — 

William C. Nagy, radio engineer ^ 

Elie P. D. Tabailloux, radio engineer 
Daniel Sprecher, v. c ; passport and 

citizenship officer. 
Mary E. Mellette, personnel officer — 

William G. Jones, Jr., engineer. ^ 

V/ayne K. Brenengen, v.c; cons. officer- 
Earl Buchanan, radio engineer 2 

John D. Miller, radio engineer ^ 

Peter N. Saveskie, radio engineer ^ --- 

James L. Grant, radio engineer ^ 

Charles C. Osann, radio engineer ^ — 



Sept. 17, 1950 

Nov. 26, 1950 

June 28, 1949 

Aug. 22, 1950 

Dec 11, 1949 

Feb. 21, 1951 



June 


9 


1947 


Mar. 


17 


1950 


Oct. 


16 


1949 


Feb. 


17 


1947 


Jan. 


3 


1949 


Mar. 


11 


1949 


Dec. 


4 


1945 


Jan. 


26 


1946 


Oct. 


16 


1949 


Oct. 


16 


1949 


Feb. 


26 


1949 


Jan. 


17 


1947 


Apr. 


30 


1949 


Oct. 


16 


1949 


Oct. 


16 


1949 


Jan. 


16 


1951 


May 


5 


1948 


Nov. 


19 


1948 


Jan. 


1 


1951 


Apr. 


28 


1951 


Apr. 


29 


1949 


Feb. 


9 


1949 


Apr. 


13 


1949 


Oct. 


19 


1949 


Nov. 


2 


1948 


Dec. 


25 


1949 


Feb. 


23 


1950 


July 


23 


1950 


Sept. 


27 


1950 


July 


27 


1950 


Aug. 


16 


1950 


Mar. 


18 


1951 


Sept. 


21 


1949 


Nov. 


19 


1949 


Nov. 


27 


1949 


Apr. 


17 


1950 


Apr. 


17, 


1950 


July 


27 


1950 


July 


25, 


1947 


Oct. 


7, 


1950 


Dec. 


28, 


1950 


Jan. 


14, 


1951 


Apr. 


16, 


1951 


Apr. 


VI, 


1951 


May 


20, 


1951 


July 


8, 


1951 



FSO-6 — 
FSO-6 — 
FSS-9 — 
FSS-9 — 
FSO-6 — 

FSO-6 — 



FSO-1 — 

FSO-3 -- 
FSS-2 -- 

FSS-5 — 

FSS-5 -- 
FSO-4 -- 
FSS-6 — 
FSS-6 — 
FSS-6 — 

FSS-6 — 

FSS-6 — 

FSS-7 — 

FSS-7 — 

FSS-7 -- 

FSS-7 — 

FSS-7 — 

FSS-7 -- 

FSS-7 — 

FSS-7 — 

FSS-7 -- 

FSO-5 — 

FSO-5 — 

FSO-5 -- 

FSO-5 -- 
FSS-8 — 
FSS-8 -- 

FSO-6 — 
FSO-6 — 
FSO-6 — 
FSO-6 — 
FSO-6 — 

FSO-6 — 

FSS-9 -- 

FSS-9 — 

FSS-9 -- 

FSS-9 — 

FSS-9 -- 

FSO-6 — 

FSS-9 — 

FSS-9 — 

FSS-9 — 

FSS-9 — 

FSS-9 — 

FSS-9 — 

FSS-9 — 

FSS-9 -- 



•' Assigned to Displaced Persons Program. 
^ Assigned to American relay bases in Europe. 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



47 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Salary 



GERMANY (HICOG)- -Continued 

Munich — Continued 

Kempton B. Jenkins, v. c. ; visa officer ^ 
William P. E. Graves, v. c. ; visa officer '■ 

Munich (unless otherwise noted) 

George N. Shuster, land commr 

Oron J. Hale, dep. land commr 

George L. Erion, chief of econ. affairs 

div. 
Charles D. Winning, chief of public 

affairs div. 
Kenneth E. van Buskirk, chief of field 

operations div. 
Leonard Joseph Ganse, land gen. counsel- 
Benjamin A. Kogan, medical affairs 

adviser. 
Frantz G. Loriaux, chief of labor affairs 

div. 
Robert Gates Dawes, chief of education 

and cultural relations br. 
Harald Thaulow Lund, dist. chief; resident 

officer. 
William Joseph Moran, dep. chief of 

field operations div. 
Jacob Fullmer, chief of mil. security div- 
William C. Rhyne, resident officer 

(Augsburg). 
Sidney S. Siskind, resident officer 

(Munich). 
Herbert Waldon Baker, labor economist - 
John P. Bradford, chief of pol. affairs 

div. 
Jack David Brooks, resident officer 

(Wurzburg). 

Harold J. Clem, pol. officer 

George H. Godfrey, resident officer 

(Munich). 
William R. Gosser, chief of displaced 

populations div. 
Clayton C. Jones, chief of community and 

youth activities br. 
Eleanor C. Raynor, asst. land gen. 

counsel. 
Alice Stephan Whelan, public welfare 

adviser . 
Augustus B. Hill, asst. to dep. land 

commr. 
John H. Boxer, cultural affairs adviser -- 
Francis C. Lindaman, resident officer 

(Regensburg). 

Martin Mayes, chief of education br 

Donald Scott Root, resident officer 

(Bayreuth). 
Elbert Hugunin, public safety adviser — 
Kenneth J. MacCormack, cultural affairs 

adviser. 
William J. Garlock, resident officer 

(Passau). 
Joe Hackett, resident officer (Nurnberg) - 

Ernst Langendorf, info, officer 

Harold C . Patrick, youth activities 

adviser. 

Schubert Ely Smith, admin, officer 

Nathan R. Preston, resident officer 

(Bamberg). 
Martin Ackerman, educational adviser -- 
Holbrook Bradley, cultural affairs adviser 
Paul Walter Deibel, program analyst — 



Mar. 18, 1951 
Sept. 29, 1950 



June 30 
Sept. 5 
Oct. 16 


1950 
1950 
1949 


Oct. 16 


1949 


Oct. 16 


1949 


Oct. 16 
Nov. 3 


1949 
1950 


Oct. 30 


1949 


Oct. 16 


1949 


Oct. 16 


1949 


Oct. 16 


1949 


Oct. 16 
Oct. 16 


1949 
1949 


Oct. 16 


1949 


Oct. 16 
Oct. 16 


1949 
1949 


Oct. 16 


1949 


Oct. 16 
Oct. 16 


1949 
1949 


Oct. 16 


1949 


Oct. 16 


1949 


Oct. 16 


1949 


Oct. 16 


1949 


Oct. 30 


1949 


Jan. 3 
Oct. 16 


1950 
1949 


Oct. 16 
Oct. 16 


1949 
1949 


Oct. 16 
Oct. 16 


1949 
1949 


Oct. 16 


1949 


Oct. 16 
Oct. 16 
Oct. 16 


1949 
1949 
1949 


Oct. 16 
Oct. 16 


1949 
1949 


Oct. 16 
Oct. 16 
Oct. 16 


1949 
1949 
1949 



FSO-6 
FSO-6 



FSR-1 — 

FSR-2 — 

FSS-1 — 

FSS-1 — 

FSS-1 — 

FSS-2 — 

FSS-1 — 

FSS-2 — 

FSS-2 — 

FSS-2 — 

FSS-2 — 

FSS-3 — 

FSS-3 — 

FSS-2 — 

FSS-3 -- 

FSS-3 — 

FSS-3 -- 

FSS-3 — 

FSS-3 — 

FSS-3 — 

FSS-3 — 

FSS-3 — 

FSS-3 — 

FSS-3 — 

FSS-4 — 

FSS-3 — 

FSS-3 — 

FSS-5 — 

FSS-4 -- 

FSS-4 — 

FSS-5 — 

FSS-4 — 

FSS-4 — 

FSS-4 -- 

FSS-4 — 

FSS-5 — 

FSS-5 — 

FSS-5 — 

FSS-5 — 



$ 4, 593 
4,393 



13, 200 
11,130 
11, 130 

11,130 

10, 250 

10, 250 
9,950 

9,950 

,710 



470 

470 

441 
441 

230 

721 
721 

,721 

721 
721 

721 

721 

721 

721 

721 

649 
481 

481 
115 

929 
929 

,875 

689 
689 
689 

689 
455 

275 
275 
275 



signed to Displaced Persons Program. 



UQ 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 1952 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



GERMANY (HICOG)- -Continued 
Munich (unless otherwise noted) --Continued 



Land Commissioner for 
Bavaria (LCB)- -Continued. 



Charles M. Emerick, resident officer 

(Furth), 

Alton David Hill, educational adviser 

Edward Joseph Joyce, community activi- 
ties adviser. 
William George Keen, resident officer 

(Hof). 

Ralph Lewis, educational adviser 

John Joseph May, resident officer 

(Augsburg). 
Robert Lewis Rigg, resident officer 

(Rosenheim). 
Hans Peter Thomsen, resident officer 

(Coburg). 
Lambertus Wartena, educational adviser • 
Emily Elizabeth Rued, community activi- 
ties adviser. 
John Taylor Lawrence, resident officer 

(Traunstein). 
Yale Wolf Richmond, cultural affairs 

adviser. 
Frederick L. Roessler, resident officer 

(Garmisch). 
Anthony Edmund Sega, resident officer 

(Wiirzburg). 
Alfred David Sims, resident officer 

(Regensburg). 
Gerald Teran, field youth activities 

adviser (Wiirzburg). 
Herbert Sensening, educational adviser - 
Robert LaFolette, educational adviser -- 
Walter Charles Young, displaced popula- 
tions officer. 
FredC. Philby, public safety officer — 
Lee George Emerick, audio visual spe- 
cialist. 

Hans Lynd, radio officer 

Birger Berg, resident officer 

(Ingolstadt). 
Albert Myrton Frye, resident officer 

(Landsberg). 
Clarence M. Hulen, resident officer 

(Ansbach). 
John Kea Huston, resident officer 

(Sonthofen). 
Harold S. Kidder Jr., resident officer 

(Regen). 
Evan L. Owen, resident officer 

(Kehlheim). 
Chester S. Wright, resident officer 

(Freising). 
Leo L. Holstein, resident officer 

(Aschaff enburg) . 
Richard Akselrad, press and publications 

officer. 
Stefan Peter Munsing, cultural affairs 

adviser. 
L. Margaret Stanley, community activi- 
ties adviser. 
Donald Joseph Angers, resident officer 

(Memmingen). 
James Robert Barker, resident officer 

(Kempten). 
Francis W. Schillig, resident officer 

(Albling). 
Russel A. Wickman, resident officer 

(Erding). 
Bertel Arnberg, resident officer 

(Landshut) . 



Oct. 

Oct. 
Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 
Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 
Jan. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Nov. 

Jan. 

Oct. 
Dec. 
Feb. 

Aug. 
Oct. 

Oct. 
Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Mar. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 



16, 


1949 


16, 


1949 


16, 


1949 


16, 


1949 


16, 


1949 


16, 


1949 


16, 


1949 


16, 


1949 


16, 


1949 


30, 


1950 


16, 


1949 


16, 


1949 


16, 


1949 


16, 


1949 


17, 


1949 


6, 


1950 


1, 


1950 


2, 


1950 


6, 


1950 


6, 


1951 


16, 


1949 


16, 


1949 


16, 


1949 


16, 


1949 


16, 


1949 


16, 


1949 


16, 


1949 


16, 


1949 


16, 


1949 


20, 


1950 


16, 


1949 


16, 


1949 


1, 


1950 


16, 


1949 


16, 


1949 


16, 


1949 


16, 


1949 


16, 


1949 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



^9 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Salary 



Commissioner for 
varia (LCB)- -Continued. 



GERMANY (fflCOG)- -Continued 
Munich (unless otherwise noted)- -Continued 



Gerald F. Bartz, resident officer 

(Mellrichstadt). 
Franz F. Egger, resident officer 

(TSlz). 
Gordon F. Feehan, resident officer 

(Fiirstenf eldbriick) . 
Gerard Steven Foley, resident officer 

(Rothenburg). 
Herman Frankel, resident officer 

(Dachau). 
Edward Rhey Garrison, resident officer 

(Bad Bruckenau). 
Frank James Gates, resident officer 

(Tirschenreuth). 
Riley Clayton Gilley, resident officer 

(Eggenfelden). 
Carl Roger Hansen, resident officer 

(Neustadt). 
Vincent R. Hurst, resident officer 

(Amber g). 
Lynn Carter Keck, resident officer 

(Kronach). 
James O. Lipman, resident officer 

(Eschenbach). 
Elmer A. Marsh, resident officer 

(Alt-Otting). 
John Chris Midzor, resident officer 

(Starnberg). 
Daniel R. Miller, resident officer 

(Neustadt-Hammelburg) . 
Harry J. Mullin, Jr., resident officer 

(Vilsbiburg-Landau) . 
Robert John Schermer, resident officer 

(Miesbach). 
Everett W. Schoening, resident officer 

(Berchtesgaden) . 
Walter A. Sheets, Jr. , resident officer 

(Weilheim). 
George E. Stringer, resident officer 

(Rothenburg). 
Gilbert H. Stuenkel, resident officer 

(Oberburg-Miltenberg) . 
Thomas G. Tadross, resident officer 

(Cham). 
John William Vonier, resident officer 

(Wolf stein). 
Dana Waterman, resident officer 

(Weissenburg). 
Austin R. Martin, resident officer 

(Rehau). 
Archie S. Lang, displaced populations 

officer. 
John G. Cassity, v. c. ; field youth ac- 
tivities adviser. 
Thomas Leo McMahon, resident officer 

(Ebern). 
Thomas Francis Foley, gen. sers. 

officer. 
Johns. Klaric, Jr., resident off icer 

(Waldmiinchen). 
Cecil F. Von Rospach, press officer — 
William E. Dietz, cultural affairs adviser 

(Regensburg). 
Richard T. Hamilton, resident officer 

(Pegnitz). 
John G. Kormann, resident officer 

(Neumarkt). 
Edward J. Savage, resident officer 

(Deggendorf). 



Oct. 16 


1949 


Oct. 16 


1949 


Oct. 16 


1949 


Oct. 16 


1949 


Oct. 16 


1949 


Oct. 16 


1949 


Oct. 16 


1949 


Oct. 16 


1949 


Oct. 16 


1949 


Oct. 16 


1949 


Oct. 16 


1949 


Oct. 16 


1949 


Oct. 16 


1949 


Oct. 16 


1949 


Oct. 16 


1949 


Oct. 16 


1949 


Oct. 16 


1949 


Oct. 16 


1949 


Oct. 16 


1949 


Oct. 16 


1949 


Oct. 16 


1949 


Oct. 16 


1949 


Oct. 16 


1949 


Oct. 16 


1949 


Jan. 18 


1950 


Aug. 7 


1950 


May 6 


1948 


Oct. 16 


1949 


Oct. 30 


1949 


Feb. 12 


1950 


Sept. 8 
Sept. 27 


1950 
1950 


Sept. 27 


1950 


Sept. 27 


1950 


Sept. 27 


1950 



FSS-7 — 


$ 6, 087 


FSS-7 - 


6,087 


FSS-7 -- 


6,087 


FSS-7 — 


6,087 


FSS-7 - 


6,087 


FSS-7 — 


6,087 


FSS-7 -- 


6,087 


FSS-7 — 


6,087 


FSS-7 - 


6,087 


FSS-7 - 


6,087 


FSS-7 - 


6,087 


FSS-7 — 


6,087 


FSS-7 — 


6,087 


FSS-7 - 


6,087 


FSS-7 — 


6,087 


FSS-7 -- 


6,087 


FSS-7 - 


6,087 


FSS-7 - 


6,087 


FSS-7 — 


6,087 


FSS-7 — 


6,087 


FSS-7 — 


6,087 


FSS-7 - 


6,087 


FSS-7 -- 


6,087 


FSS-7 — 


6,087 


FSS-7 - 


6,087 


FSS-7 — 


6,087 


FSS-7 — 


5,907 


FSS-7 -- 


5,907 


FSS-7 — 


5,907 


FSS-7 - 


5,907 


FSS-7 — 


5,907 


FSS-7 - 


5,907 


FSS-7 — 


5,907 


FSS-7 — 


5,907 


FSS-7 - 


5,907 



50 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 1952 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Land Commissioner for 
Bavaria (LCB)--Continued 



GERMANY (HICOG)--Continued 
Munich (\mless otherwise noted)- -Continued 



Paul D. Bethel, cultural affairs adviser 

(Niirnberg). 
Jack C. Andrew, resident officer 

(Donauwbrth). 
James R. McDonald, Jr., resident officer 

(Burglengenf eld) . 
Terrence F. Catherman, resident officer 

(Pfarrkirchen). 
Lawrence M. Connell, resident officer 

(Naila). 
Peter F. Brescia, resident officer 

(Dinkelsbiihl). 
Raymond M. Bailey, resident officer 

(Lohr-Alzenau). 
James Carrigan, resident officer (Hof) - 
Constantine Zimmermann, transportation 

officer. 
John M. Rogers, resident officer 

(Ochsenf iirth) . 
Donald L. Korisko, security and claims 

officer. 
Elizabeth Deans, cultural affairs adviser 

(Wurzburg). 
Rosario L. Lamoureux, maintenance 

engineer . 
Sophie H. Bernard, cultural affairs 

adviser (Augsburg). 
Curt J. Link, communications supervisor- 
William A. Brown, Jr., procurement and 

supply officer. 
Richard T. Foose, v.c; resident officer 

(niertissen - Giinzburg). 
Kenneth W. Martindale, resident officer 

(Scheinfeld). 
Robert J. Barnard, resident officer 

(Neuulm). 
Warrick E. Elrod, Jr., v.c. ; resident 

officer (Bad Kissingen). 
Thomas F. Hoctor, v.c; resident officer 

(Vohenstrauss ) . 
Francis X. Lambert, v. c. ; field youth 

activities adviser (Augsburg). 
William A. Chapin, v.c. ; resident officer 

(Erlangen). 
Adolph Dubs, v. c. ; resident officer 

(Kulmbach). 
Harry I. Odell, resident officer 

(Straubing). 
Matthew Dinsdale Smith, Jr., v.c; ' 

resident officer (Dillingen). 
Lee Thompson StuU, v.c. ; resident officer 

(Hassfurt and Gerolshofen). 
Emerson Milton Brown, v. c ; resident 

officer (Schwabach). 
Robert William Dean, v.c; resident 

officer (Kitzingen). 
Emmett B. Ford, Jr., v.c; resident 

officer (Karlstadt). 
William M. Johnson, Jr., displaced 

populations officer. 
William E. Schaufele, Jr., resident 

officer (Pfaffenhofen). 
Arthur Thomas Tienken, v.c; resident 

officer (Schweinfurt). 
Marion A. Baldwin, resident officer 

(Fiissen). 
Merrill A. White, resident officer 

(Forchheim). 
Roland F. Haney, resident officer 

(Kotzing). 



Oct. 


1 


1950 


Nov. 


6 


1950 


Nov. 


16 


1950 


Nov. 


26 


1950 


Nov. 


26 


1950 


Nov. 


30 


1950 


Dec. 


8 


1950 


Dec. 
Dec. 


8 
11 


1950 
1950 

• 


Jan. 


16 


1951 


Jan. 


29 


1951 


Mar 


5 


1951 


Nov. 


16 


1950 


Oct. 


16 


1949 


Dec. 
Oct. 


28 
16 


1945 
1949 


Feb. 


21 


1950 


Feb. 


22 


1950 


Feb. 


23 


1950 


Feb. 


23 


1950 


Feb. 


27 


1950 


Feb. 


27 


1950 


Feb. 


21 


1950 


Feb. 


21 


1950 


Feb. 


21 


1950 


Feb. 


21 


1950 


Feb. 


21 


1950 


Feb. 


23 


1950 


Feb. 


27 


1950 


Feb. 


27 


1950 


June 17, 


1950 


Sept 


29, 


1950 


Feb. 


23, 


1950 


Sept 


27, 


1950 


Sept 


27, 


1950 


Oct. 


4, 


1950 



FSS-7 

FSS-7 

FSS-7 

FSS-7 

FSS-7 

FSS-7 

FSS-7 

FSS-7 
FSS-7 

FSS-7 

FSS-7 

FSS-8 

FSS-9 

FSS-8 

FSS-8 
FSS-8 

FSO-6 

FSO-6 

FSO-6 

FSO-6 

FSO-6 

FSO-6 

FSO-6 

FSO-6 

FSO-6 

FSO-6 

FSO-6 

FSO-6 

FSO-6 

FSO-6 

FSO-6 

FSO-6 

FSO-6 

FSO-6 

FSO-6 

FSO-6 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



51 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Salary 



GERMANY (HICOG)--Contlnued 
Munich (unless otherwise noted)--Continued 



Commissioner for 
aria (LCB)--Continued 



[Consulate General (CG)- 



Commissioner for 
rttemberg-Baden(LCWl^. 



James S. Randall, admin, officer 

(Augsburg). 
Thomas W. Carroll, cultural affairs 

adviser (Bamberg). 
Curtis W. Bartholomew, admin, officer - 
Claude F. Wiggins, admin, officer 

(Number g). 
George C. Moore, resident officer 

(Kaufbeuren). 

Ptattgart (unless otherwise noted) 



cons. gen. ; principal 



; admin, officer - 

pol. officer 

pol. and econ. 



Patrick Mallon 

officer. 
Reed P. Robinson, cons. 
Donald A. Dumont.cons. ; 
Forrest N. Daggett, v.c. 

officer. 

Myron H. Schraud, cons. ; visa officer 

Woodward Romtne, politico - econ. officer 
William B. Buffum, politico - econ. 

officer; v. c. 
Adelphos Te Paske, v.c. ; citizen notarials 

officer . 
Howard F. Newsom, v.c. ; consular officer 
Harold L. Henrikson, v. c. ; visa officer ^ 
Robert M. Forcey, v. c. ; visa officer ^ -- 
W. Courtlandt Rhodes, v.c. ; politico - 

econ. officer. 
Charles G. Wootton, v.c. ; politico - econ. 

officer. 
Kermit S. Midthun, v. c. ; visa screening 

officer . 

Kathleen R. Beard, personnel officer 

Richard R. Selby, Jr., v.c. ; visa officer ^ 

Maj. Gen. Charles P. Gross, land commr- 
Harvey M. Coverley, dep. land commr — 
Chester Biswel Lewis, chief of pol. affairs 

div. 
Zinn Garrett, chief of field operations div- 

Richard J. Jackson, land gen. couns 

Stuart L. Hannon, chief of public affairs 

div. 
Donald M. Harris, public health and 

welfare adviser. 
Newton S. Friedman, labor economist — 
Payne Templeton, dep. chief of public 

affairs div. 
Arthur M. Garrison, chief of mil. security 
div. 

George L. Simonson, econ. officer 

Hugh H. Weil, intell. officer 

James Henry Campbell, displaced popula- 
tions officer. 
Harold Alfred Wyatt, pol. affairs spe- 
cialist. 
Don Sherman Farrens, asst. land gen. 

coims. 
Fentress Gardner, resident officer 
(Karlsruhe). 

Marcus L. Hoover, resident officer 

Hugh Mair, resident officer (Mannheim) -- 
William T. Neel, resident officer 

(Heidelberg). 
Nicholas Semaschko, Jr., resident officer 
(Heilbronn) . 



June 

Aug. 

Sept. 
Jan. 

Sept. 



Feb. 
Feb. 



6, 


1950 


30, 


1950 


11, 


1950 


18, 


1951 


27, 


1950 



28, 1950 
13, 1946 



July 10, 1950 



Nov. 
Aug. 
Oct. 



6, 1950 
28, 1950 
13, 1949 



Jan. 22, 1946 



June 
June 
July 
Feb. 

Oct. 

Feb. 

July 
Aug. 

Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 

Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 

Jan. 

Oct. 
Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 

Oct. 



12, 1950 

18, 1950 
27, 1950 
25, 1946 

19, 1949 

23, 1950 

18, 1950 

6, 1950 

16, 1949 

16, 1949 

16, 1949 

16, 1949 

16, 1949 



30, 


1949 


23, 


1951 


16, 


1949 


30, 


1949 


16, 


1949 


30, 


1949 


16, 


1949 


16, 


1949 


16, 


1949 


16, 


1949 


16, 


1949 


16, 


1949 


16, 


1949 


16, 


1949 


16, 


1949 



FSS-9 

FSS-9 

FSS-9 
FSS-9 

FSO-6 



FSO-2 — 

FSS-5 -- 
FSO-4 - 
FSO-5 -- 

FSS-7 - 
FSS-9 -- 
FSO-5 - 

FSO-6 -- 

FSO-6 -■ 
FSO-6 -- 
FSO-6 -■ 
FSS-9 - 

FSO-6 - 

FSO-6 - 

FSS-9 - 
FSO-6 - 



FSR-2 — 
FSS-1 — 

FSS-1 — 
FSS-2 — 
FSS-1 — 

FSS-1 — 

FSS-2 -- 
FSS-2 -- 

FSS-3 — 

FSS-3 — 
FSS-2 — 
FSS-3 — 

FSS-3 — 

FSS-3 -- 

FSS-3 — 

FSS-3 — 
FSS-3 — 
FSS-3 -- 

FSS-3 — 



i4,719 

4,719 

4,719 
4,719 

4,593 



11, 130 

7,275 

7,263 
6,113 

6,087 
5,619 
5,313 

5,093 

5,093 
5,093 
5,093 
4,899 

4,793 

4,793 

4,719 
4,593 



11, 500 
11, 130 

10,250 

10,250 

9,950 

9,950 

9,710 
9,710 

9,441 

9,441 
9,230 
8,961 

8,961 

8,721 

8,721 

8,721 
8,721 
8,721 

8,721 



ssigned to Displaced Persons Program. 



52 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 1952 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Land Commissioner for 
Wiirttemberg-Baden 
(LCWB) --Continued. 



GERMANY (fflCOG)- -Continued 
Stuttgart (unless otherwise noted) — Continued 



James Edmond Hurley, public safety 

officer . 
Ralph Edward Berry, community activities 

adviser. 
John Fremont Mead, cultural affairs 

adviser. 
Robert Douglas King, pol. affairs spe- 
cialist. 
Russell L. Wise, cultural affairs adviser - 
Peter B. Diebold, agri. production spe- 
cialist. 
Harry C. Gossard, educational adviser -- 
Michael H. F. Mahoney, press officer — 
Aksel G. Nielsen, chief of youth and 
community activities br. 

Harry Blair Wolfe, admin, officer 

Paul Goetz, intell. officer 

Nathaniel W. Barber, resident officer 

(Goppingen) . 
John Francis Capell, resident officer 

(Ulm). 
William S. Fitzer, resident officer 

(Heidelberg). 
Thomas E. Griswold, resident officer 

(Ludwigsburg). 
Raymond Lascoe, resident officer 
(Pforzheim). 

Harold Robinson, educational adviser 

Max Zackman, displaced persons officer - 
Margaret M. Blewett, community activi- 
ties adviser. 
Jacques R. Breitenbucher, education 
specialist (Heidelberg). 

Andrew D. Craig, resident officer 

Donald H. Feick, resident officer (Aalen) - 
Dwight B. Horner, cultural affairs adviser 
James Franklin Keim, youth activities 

adviser. 
William A. Lovegrove, community activi- 
ties adviser. 
Milton S. Rosner, resident officer 

(Waiblingen) . 
Katharine Shankland, community activities 

adviser. 
Earl Thomas Squire, resident officer 

(Esslingen). 
John Zecca, resident officer (Mannheim) - 
Charles M. Henderson, resident officer 

(Karlsruhe). 
Loren Lee Goldman, program analyst — 
Seymour W. Beardsley, educational 

adviser. 
David S. Ennis, public safety officer — 
Frank L. Holmes, educational adviser -- 
Anna E. Brauer, educational adviser 

(Heidelberg). 
Ralph H. Stutzman, educational adviser 

(Karlsruhe). 
Gabriella E. Metcalf, field youth activities 

adviser. 
Harry Dale Brockman, resident officer 

(Bbblingen). 
William C . Headrick, resident officer 

(Niirtingen) . 
Sophie R. D. Dales, sociological analyst - 
Francis Everett Ward, press and publica- 
tions officer. 
Ralph Gustav Lieban, press and publica- 
tions officer. 



Oct. 


16, 


1949 


Oct. 


16 


1949 


Oct. 


16 


1949 


Oct. 


16 


1949 


Oct. 
Oct. 


16 
16 


1949 
1949 


Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 


16 
16 
16 


1949 
1949 
1949 


Oct. 
Aug. 
Oct. 


16 
20 
16 


1949 
1951 
1949 


Oct. 


16 


1949 


Oct. 


16 


1949 


Oct. 


16 


1949 


Oct. 


16 


1949 


Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 


16 
16 
16 


1949 
1949 
1949 


Oct. 


16 


1949 


Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 


16 
16 
16 
.16 


1949 
1949 
1949 
1949 


Oct. 


16 


1949 


Oct. 


16 


1949 


Oct. 


16 


1949 


Oct. 


16 


1949 


Oct. 
Oct. 


16 
16 


1949 
1949 


Oct. 
Jan. 


30 

1 


1949 
1951 


Jan. 

Mar. 

Apr. 


28 
16 
27 


1951 
1951 
1951 


May 


28 


1951 


June 


12 


1951 


Oct. 


16 


1949 


Oct. 


16, 


1949 


Oct. 
Oct. 


16, 
16, 


1949 
1949 


Oct. 


30, 


1949 



FSS-4 — 

FSS-4 — 

FSS-4 — 

FSS-5 -- 

FSS-5 — 

FSS-4 -- 

FSS-4 — 

FSS-4 — 

FSS-4 — 

FSS-4 — 

FSS-4 — 

FSS-5 — 

FSS-5 — 

FSS-5 — 

FSS-5 — 

FSS-5 — 

FSS-5 — 

FSS-5 — 

FSS-5 — 

FSS-5 — 

FSS-5 — 

FSS-5 — 

FSS-5 — 

FSS-5 — 

FSS-5 — 

FSS-5 — 

FSS-5 — 

FSS-5 — 

FSS-5 — 

FSS-5 -- 

FSS-5 — 

FSS-5 — 

FSS-5 — 

FSS-5 — 

FSS-5 — 

FSS-5 — 

FSS-5 -- 

FSS-7 — 

FSS-7 — 

FSS-6 — 

FSS-6 — 

FSS-6 — 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



53 



Post 



1 Commissioner for 
irttemberg-Baden 
CWB) - -Continued. 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Salary 



1 Commissioner for 
3sse (LCH). 



GERMANY (fflCOG)--Continued 

Stuttgart (unless otherwise noted) — Continued 

Ernst G. Land, radio officer Mar. 1, 1950 

Robert H. Behrens, cultural affairs Dec. 29, 1949 

adviser. 
Boni Victor Bloom, resident officer Oct. 16, 1949 

(Bad-Mergentheim). 
Harry Lee Detwiler, resident officer Oct. 16, 1949 

(Vaihingen-Ens). 
Pierre C. Nelson, resident officer Oct. 16, 1949 

(Sinsheim). 
George W. Bartels, resident officer Oct. 16, 1949 

(Leonberg). 
Edward A. Rossit, resident officer Oct. 16, 1949 

(Bachnang). 
Naomi Huber, cultural affairs adviser Oct. 30, 1949 

(Mannheim). 
Alexander Trowbridge, resident officer Mar. 16, 1950 

(Heidenheim). 
Walter A. Galling, resident officer Oct. 15, 1948 

(Schwabisch Gmiind). 
Lillian T. Stephany, cultural affairs Oct. 16, 1949 

adviser. 
George D. Henry, Jr. , cultural affairs Oct. 3, 1950 

adviser. 
Donald Brennen Hall, cultural affairs Oct. 16, 1949 

adviser (Karlsruhe). 
Wallace Chmielewski, gen. sers. officer - Oct. 16, 1949 
Martin Schiffer, real estate and utilities Oct. 16, 1949 

officer. 
Walter E. Jenkins, Jr., resident officer Apr. 23, 1950 

(Schwabisch Hall). 
Malcolm Thompson, resident officer Apr. 23, 1950 

(Karlsruhe). 
Talcott W. Seelye, resident officer Feb. 22, 1950 

(Mosbach). 
Frederick H. Sacksteder, Jr., resident Apr. 23, 1950 

officer (Bruchaal). 
Stanley D. Schiff, resident officer Apr. 23, 1950 

(Buchen-Tauberbischof sheim) . 
Andrew C. Hatch, procurement and supply Feb. 16, 1951 

officer. 
Charles M. KiUe, transportation officer - Feb. 20, 1951 

Wiesbaden (unless otherwise noted) 

James R. Newman, land commr 

Francis E. Sheehan, dep. land commr — 
Stanley Howe Sisson, chief of econ. affairs 

div. 

Ernst Anspach, land gen. couns 

Charles H. Benning, public health adviser- 
David Rosendale, chief of field operations 

div. 

Joseph I. Taylor, labor economist 

Eugene Robert Fair, chief of education and 

cultural relations br. 
Stanley H. Gaines, asst. land gen. couns - 

Werner G. Dietrich, intell. officer 

Julian A. Hillman, chief of mil. security 

div. 
Howard W. Oxley, chief of youth and 

community activities br. 
Harry L. Franklin, cultural affairs 

specialist. 
Robert A. Goetcheus, resident officer 

(Darmstadt). 
George Parker Moore, resident officer 

(Her sf eld). 
Harold P. Radigan, resident officer 

(Frankfort on the Main). 



Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 



FSS-6 
FSS-6 

FSS-7 

FSS-7 

FSS-7 

FSS-7 

FSS-7 

FSS-7 

FSS-7 

FSS-7 

FSS-7 

FSS-7 

FSS-8 

FSS-8 
FSS-8 

FSO-6 

FSO-6 

FSO-6 

FSO-6 

FSO-6 

FSS-9 

FSS-9 



FSR-1 
FSR-2 
FSS-1 

FSS-1 
FSS-1 
FSS-1 

FSS-2 
FSS-2 

FSS-2 
FSS-2 
FSS-3 

FSS-3 

FSS-3 

FSS-3 

FSS-3 

FSS-3 



$6,681 
6,501 

6,267 

6,267 

6,267 

6,087 

6,087 

6,087 

6,087 

5,907 

5,907 

5,907 

5,493 

5,313 
5,313 

5,093 

5,093 

4,993 

4,793 

4,793 

4,719 

4,719 



13,600 
11,500 
11,130 

10,250 

10,250 

9,950 

9,950 
9,710 

9,470 
9,230 
9,201 

8,961 

8,721 

8,721 

8,721 

8,721 



5U 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 1952 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



GERMANY (fflCOG)--Continued 
Wiesbaden (unless otherwise noted) — Continued 



Land Commissioner for 
Hesse (LCH)— Continued. 



George E. Vadney, resident officer 

(Kassel). 
Charles A. DiUey, cultural affairs 

adviser. 
Raymond O. Didlo, resident officer 

(Marburg). 

Emil P. Jallouk, resident officer 

Linton R. Lovett, dep. chief of field 

operations div. 
Jesse W. Callahan, public safety spe- 
cialist. 
George F. Donovan, community activities 

adviser. 
Paul Gene Lutzeier, cultural affairs 

adviser. 
Joseph M. Franckenstein, pol. analyst -- 

Hillard A. Rhoades, press officer 

Peter Stanne, displaced populations spe- 
cialist. 
Victor G. Cronthall, cultural affairs 

adviser. 

Vincent O. Anderson, info, officer 

Donald Weston Dolan, community activi- 
ties adviser. 
Raymond D. Healy, youth activities 

adviser. 

Fendall Gregory Lyon, pol. analyst 

Melvin G. Aasen, admin, officer 

Eugene Hamilton Bahn, educational 

adviser (Marburg). 
Melvin L. McCoy, educational adviser — 
James Edward Boyle, resident officer 

(Kassel). 
Susan Marie Burson, community activities 

adviser. 
James Floyd Green, resident officer 

(Giessen). 

John Robert Harris, resident officer 

Lowell W. Henning, educational adviser — 
Betsy Knapp, community activities adviser- 
Ernest A. Knoblauch, resident officer 

(Friedberg). 
Benno Hugh Selcke, Jr. , educational ad- 
viser (Frankfort on the Main). 
Zeno Stanley Stangwilo, resident officer 

(Offenbach). 
Roy Philip Vonel, educational adviser — 
Martha G. Schwartz, educational adviser - 
James A. Goodnight, resident officer 

(Bergstrasse). 
Thomas J. Mulvehill, resident officer 

(Hanau). 
Nicholas E. Conduras, resident officer 

(Frankfort on the Main). 
Elizabeth A. Wilson, community activities 

adviser . 
Fred E. Rademaker, public safety officer - 
Franklin N. Grove, resident officer 

(Eschwege). 
Otto Bernhard Lowengart, econ. analyst - 
Frank Mathews, pol. officer (liaison and 

reports). 
Catherina Van Lier Ribbink, displaced 

populations officer. 
Armand S. Duval, security claims officer. 
Philip A. Damon, Jr., resident officer 

(Waldeck and Wolfshagen). 
Edward Maurice Edwin, resident officer 

(Rheingau). 



Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 
Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 
Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Mar. 

Oct. 

Oct. 
Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 
Feb. 
Oct. 

Oct. 

Nov. 

Oct. 

Apr. 
Oct. 

Oct. 
Oct. 

Nov. 

Oct. 
Oct. 

Oct. 



16, 


1949 


16, 


1949 


16, 


1949 


16, 


1949 


16, 


1949 


16, 


1949 


16, 


1949 


16. 


1949 


16, 


1949 


16, 


1949 


16, 


1949 


16, 


1949 


16, 


1949 


16, 


1949 


16, 


1949 


1^, 


1949 


24, 


1950 


16, 


1949 


16, 


1949 


16, 


1949 


16, 


1949 


16, 


1949 


16, 


1949 


16, 


1949 


16, 


1949 


16, 


1949 


16, 


1949 


16, 


1949 


16, 


1949 


6, 


1950 


16, 


1949 


16, 


1949 


28, 


1949 


15, 


1950 


5, 


1951 


16, 


1949 


16, 


1949 


16, 


1949 


15, 


1950 


30, 


1950 


16, 


1949 


16, 


1949 



FSS-3 — 

FSS-4 — 

FSS-3 — 

FSS-3 — 
FSS-3 — 

FSS-4 — 

FSS-5 — 

FSS-5 -- 

FSS-4 — 
FSS-4 -- 
FSS-4 -- 

FSS-5 — 

FSS-4 — 
FSS-4 — 

FSS-4 -- 

FSS-4 -- 
FSS-4 — 
FSS-5 — 

FSS-5 — 
FSS-5 — 

FSS-5 — 

FSS-5 -- 

FSS-5 — 

FSS-5 — 

FSS-5 — 

FSS-5 — 

FSS-5 — 

FSS-5 -- 

FSS-5 — 
FSS-5 — 
FSS-5 — 

FSS-5 -- 

FSS-5 -- 

FSS-5 — 

FSS-5 — 
FSS-7 — 

FSS-6 — 
FSS-6 — 

FSS-6 -- 

FSS-7 — 
FSS-7 — 

FSS-7 — 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



55 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Salary 



J Commissioner for 
»sse (LCH)--Continued. 



). Consulate General 

::g). 



GERMANY (HICOG)--Continued 
Wiesbaden (unless otherwise noted)- -Continued 



resident officer 



resident officer 



William J. Hoffman, resident officer 

(Obertaunus). 
Fritjof Jonassen, resident officer 

(Ziegenhain). 
Gilbert I. Laskowski, resident officer 

(Rothenburg-Melsungen). 
Gibson Morrissey, cultural affairs 

adviser (Darmstadt). 
Hans Nathan Tuch, cultural affairs adviser 

(Frankfort on the Main). 
Cornelis J. Bakker, resident officer 

(Frankenberg). 
John L. Behling, resident officer 

(Gelnhausen). 
Paul R. Phillips 

(Hiinfeld). 
James D. McCalmont 

(Alsfeld). 
J. Ned H. Burford, cultural affairs 

adviser. 
William F. Holderman, cultural affairs 

adviser (Giessen). 

Edward R. Pilli, gen. sers. officer 

Gabriel D. Delmonico, real estate officer- 
Charles Thomas Butler, resident officer 

(Main-taunus). 

John D. Gough, exec, asst 

John P. Shaw, resident officer 

(Witzenhausen). 
Thomas C. Stave, resident officer (Fulda) 
Earl H. Luboeansky, resident officer 

(Fritzlar). 

Robert L. Ouverson, resident officer 

Roland C. Shaw, resident officer 

(Frankfort on the Main). 
J. Robert Wilson, analyst (sociological) - 
William W. Dunn, asst. land gen. couns - 
David R. Kravitz, procurement and 

supply officer. 
Jonathan Dean, resident officer (Limburg). 
WlUiam N. Turpin, resident officer 

(Biedenkopf). 
Joseph F. Starkey, resident officer 

(Grossgerau). 
Carleton S. Coon, Jr. , resident officer 

(Bildingen) . 

Frankfort on the Main 

Albert M. Doyle, cons. gen. ; principal 

officer ^ 
Byron B. Snyder, cons. ; exec, officer -- 
John N. von der Lieth, v.c. ; citizenship 

and passport officer. 
James P. Parker, v.c. ; visa officer — 
Herberts. Weast, v.c; cml. officer -- 
William Walter Phelps, Jr., v.c; prop- 
erty protection officer. 

Abbott Judd, v.c; cons, officer ^ 

Wayne W. Fisher, v.c; cons, officer ^ - 
Roy L. Davis, Jr., v.c. ; invoice and 

notarial officer. 
Pier son M. Hall, v.c; admin, officer - 
Priscilla Holcombe, v. c ; visa officer -- 
Orme Wilson, Jr., v. c ; visa officer -- 
Lloyd M. Rives, v. c. ; visa officer — 
John C. Mall on, v. c ; visa officer 



Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Sept. 27, 1950 

Sept. 27, 1950 

Sept. 27, 1950 

Dec. 22, 1950 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 
Feb. 12, 1951 
Feb. 23, 1950 

Feb. 27, 1950 
Feb. 21, 1950 

Feb. 21, 1950 
Feb. 23, 1950 

Feb. 24, 1950 
Sept. 17, 1950 

Aug. 20, 1950 
Sept. 18, 1950 
July 2, 1951 

Feb. 21, 1950 
May 31, 1950 

Sept. 5, 1950 

July 13, 1950 



May 8, 1950 

May 16, 1949 

Nov. 16, 1945 

May 6, 1948 

Dec. 22, 1950 

June 8, 1951 

Apr. 20, 1950 

Aug. 18, 1950 

Nov. 29, 1948 



FSS-7 - 

FSS-7 - 

FSS-7 - 

FSS-8 ■ 

FSS-7 ■ 

FSS-7 ■ 

FSS-7 • 

FSS-7 ■ 

FSS-7 

FSS-8 

FSS-8 

FSS-8 
FSS-8 
FSO-6 

FSO-6 
FSO-6 

FSO-6 
FSO-6 

FSO-6 
FSO-6 

FSO-6 
FSS-9 
FSS-9 

FSO-6 
FSO-6 

FSO-6 

FSO-6 



June 12, 
June 12, 
Mar. 18, 
July 27, 
Aug. 9, 



1950 
1950 
1951 
1950 
1950 



$ 6, 087 

6,087 

6,087 

6,033 

5,907 

5,907 

5,907 

5,907 

5,907 

5,493 

5,493 

5,313 
5,313 
5,093 

5,093 
4,993 

4,993 
4,993 

4,993 
4,993 

4,793 
4,719 
4,719 

4,593 
4,593 

4,593 

4,393 



FSO-1 — 

FSO-4 — 
FSS-7 -- 

FSS-7 — 
FSO-5 -- 
FSO-5 -- 

FSO-5 — 
FSO-5 — 
FSS-8 — 

FSO-6 -- 
FSO-6 — 
FSO-6 — 
FSO-6 -- 
FSO-6 -- 



13, 600 

7,863 
6,087 

5,907 
5,713 
5,713 

5,313 
5,313 
5,313 

5,093 
5,093 
5,093 
4,993 
4,993 



Assigned to Displaced Persons Program. 



56 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 1952 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



U.S. Consulate General 
(CG)— Continued. 



Office of Supervisory Consul 
General. 



GERMANY (fflCOG)- -Continued 

Frankfort on the Main — Continued 

Samuel C. Brown, v. c. ; visa officer ^ - 

John M. Kane, v. c. ; visa officer 

Harold Swope, v. c. ; visa screening 

officer. ^ 
William A. Helseth, v.c. ; visa screening 

officer. 

Albert M. Doyle, cons. gen. ; principal 

officer. ^ 
Francis J. Hejno, v.c. ; visa officer ^ -- 
Roy L. Davis, Jr., v.c; invoice and 

notarial officer. 
Jack M. Smith, Jr., v.c. ; visa officer ^- 

(Outside of U.S. Zone) 

British Zone 



Feb. 20, 


1951 


FSO-6 


Feb. 23, 


1950 


FSO-6 


June 30, 


1950 


FSO-6 


Feb. 20, 


1951 


FSO-6 


May 8, 


1950 


FSO-1 


Mar. 17, 


1950 


FSS-7 


Nov. 28, 


1948 


FSS-8 


Feb. 27, 


1950 


FSO-6 



Dusseldorf: 

Office of Economic Affairs 
(E). 



Office of General Coimsel 
(GC). 

Office of Administration (A)- 



Essen: 

Office of Economic Affairs 
(E). 



Office of General Counsel 
(GC). 

Office of Public Affairs 
(PUB). 

Hamburg: 

Military Security Board 
(MSB). 



Office of Political Affairs 
(PA). 

Office of Public Affairs 
(PUB). 

Hannover: 

Office of Political Affairs 
(PA). 



William S. Unger, industrial specialist - 

Newell H. Orr, cml. specialist 

William G. Daniels, industrial specialist' 

Aura Clare Hall, U.S. chm 

Richard M. Kirby, industrial specialist - 
Kurt Fredericks, financial specialist — 
Ferdinand J. Fallin, admin, officer — 

Joseph Auerbach, atty 

Frederick G. Corneal, atty 

Peter J. Peterson, v. c. ; visa officer 
Frederic H. Behr, v.c; For.Ser. 

officer. 
Joseph H. Raymond, Jr., v.c; visa 

officer. 



RusseU G. Wayland, industrial specialist; 

U.S. chm. 
Clifford K. Burke, cml. specialist (ECA)- 

James R. Riley, financial specialist 

Betty M. McCuistion, comm. sec 

Francis H. Baldy, atty 

Walter H. Glass, atty 

Bdick Al Anderson, Jr., cultural affairs 
adviser. 

Carley H. Paulsen, engineer 

John Yule, engineer 

Edward Sydney Jones, engineer 

Frank E. Maestrone, v.c; pol. officer - 
Helen Jean Imrie, cultural affairs adviser. 



Apr. 


19, 


1950 


FSR-2 


May 


30, 


1950 


FSR-2 


Oct. 


16, 


1949 


FSS-2 


Oct. 


30, 


1949 


FSS-1 


Oct. 


16, 


1949 


FSS-2 


Oct. 


16, 


1949 


FSS-3 


Oct. 


16, 


1949 


FSS-8 


Mar 


26, 


1950 


FSS-1 


Dec. 


29, 


1949 


FSS-8 


Feb. 


23, 


1950 


FSO-6 


July 


30, 


1951 


FSO-6 


Feb. 


23, 


1950 


FSO-6 



Oct. 


16, 


1949 


FSS-1 


Jan. 


2, 


1950 


FSS-3 


May 


11. 


1950 


FSS-3 


Oct. 


16, 


1949 


FSS-9 


Mar 


14, 


1950 


FSS-3 


Mar 


26, 


1950 


FSS-5 


Oct. 


16, 


1949 


FSS-6 



Oct. 


16, 


1949 


FSS-2 


Oct. 


16, 


1949 


FSS-3 


Nov. 


17, 


1949 


FSS-5 


Jan. 


25, 


1949 


FSO-5 


Oct. 


16, 


1949 


FSS-8 



Ulrich E. Biel, land observer 
Carvel Painter, econ. officer 



Nov. 13, 1949 
Dec. 11, 1949 



FSS-1 
FSS-7 



' Assigned to Displaced Persons Program. 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



57 



Post 



Name and tltte 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Salary 



GERMANY (HICOG)- -Continued 

(Outside of U.S. Zone)--Continued 

British Zone — Continued 
[rer- -Continued. 

! of Economic Affairs Paul F. Taggart, regional agri. officer - Oct. 16, 1949 FSS-2 -- 



I of Public Affairs 
fB). 

I of Administration 



alzuflen: 



of Political Affairs 



swig-Holstein 
el): 

; of Political Affairs 
0. 



•urg: 

3 of Political Affairs 
0. 



8 of Political Affairs 
V). 

igen: 

e of Political Affairs 



e of Political Affairs 
(V). 



Wallace W. Littel, cultural affairs adviser- Feb. 5, 1950 FSS-6 -- 



Ernst A. Schlomann, info, specialist -- Oct. 16, 1949 FSS-8 



Jean J. Chenard, asst. chief of combined Oct. 16, 1949 FSS-2 

travel bd. 

Richard N. Armstrong, travel control Oct. 16, 1949 FSS-4 

officer. 

John R. CaUender, staff sec Dec. 7, 1949 FSS-6 

Robert B. Gelston, border control officer- Oct. 16, 1949 FSS-6 

Eugene Rodman Sutton, investigator Oct. 16, 1949 FSS-7 

(internal affairs). 

Marcel Van Essen, investigator Oct. 16, 1949 FSS-7 

John W. Richardson, admin, officer Oct. 16, 1949 FSS-8 

Rosalie S. Murray, invesUgator Oct. 16, 1949 FSS-9 

Frieda M. St. Sauveur, translator Oct. 16, 1949 FSS-9 

Lawrence P. Ralston, v.c; pol. officer- June 12, 1950 FSO-6 -- 
French Zone 

Paul A. Neuland, land observer - Apr. 16, 1950 FSS-2 

Robert M. Taylor, land observer Apr. 19, 1950 FSO-3 



Robert Ryland Button, land observer — - Nov. 13, 1949 FSS-2 

(Outside of Germany) 

Praha 

Marion Houser Basham, entrance permit | Oct. 30, 1949| FSS-6 
officer; asst. att. 



$10,250 



6,501 



6,033 



9,470 

7,929 

6,681 
6,681 
6,087 

6,087 
5,493 
5,439 
4,899 



5,093 



10,250 



10,030 



9,470 



6,501 



Vienna 
I Vitaly A. Sakouta, entrance permit officer-] Oct. 16, 1949| FSS-7 -- | 6,087 

Warsaw 
I Ross E. Stokely, entrance permit officer- I Oct. 16, 1949| FSS-6 -- 



7,041 



58 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 1952 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Salary 



Office of Political Affairs 
(PA)--Continued. 



Office of Administration 
(A). 



GERMANY (HICOG)- -Continued 

(Outside of Germany) --Continued 

Washington 

Richard W. White, asst. entrance permit 
officer. 

Paris 

William F. Beauchamp, resident officer - 



Jan. 18, 1950 



Oct. 16, 1949 



FSS-8 



FSS-7 — 



$ 5,673 



6,087 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



59 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Salary 



GREAT BRITAIN AND NORTHERN IRELAND 



Walter S. Gifford, A. E. and P 

Charles M. Spofford, U.S. dep. rep. with 

rank of amb. ; chief of mission (NATO). 
Charles H. Bonesteel, 3d, att. (MDAP) -- 

Julius C. Holmes, minister 

John W. Gunter, U.S. alt. rep. on 

Tripartite Commn. on German debt 

with personal rank of minister. 

Mallory Browne, couns. of emb 

John W. Bailey, Jr., couns. of emb. ; 

cons. gen. 
Theodore C. Achilles, U.S. vice dep. 

with personal rank of minister (NATO). 

James K. Penfield, couns. of emb 

Richard C. Breithut, att. (NATO) 

Paul O. Nyhus, att 

C. Burke Elbrick, couns. of emb. (NATO) 
Lewis Harlow Van Dusen, Jr. , att. (NATO) 

Geoffrey Parsons, Jr., att. (NATO) 

Hans Thacher Clarke, att 

Loren Carroll, att. (NATO) 

Robert D. Scott, financial adviser on 

Tripartite Commn. on German debt. 

Benjamin M. Hulley, 1st sec. ; cons 

Jack C. McDermott, 1st sec 

Daniel DeBardeleben, att 

Clifford C. MaUock, att. (NATO) 

Merritt Kirk Ruddock, att --- -- 

Charles L. Hodge, att. (NATO) - 

Ben T. Moore, 1st sec 

Arthur R. Ringwalt, 1st sec. ; cons 

Richard B. Freund, att. (NATO) 

Amory H. Bradford, att. (NATO) 

John Wilmot Mann, att.i 

Richard D. Kearney, gen. couns 

Glen Seymour Taylor, att. (NATO) 

Harold H. Cooper, att 

Henry Prager, att.^ 

Clement J. Sobotka, att. (NATO) 

Andrew C. Fleming, att.^ 

Ernest A. Lister, att.* 

Leo Francis Gentner, att 

John W. Tuthill, 1st sec. ; cons 

Hamilton Q. Dearborn, att. (NATO) 

Larkin R. Farinholt, att 

Theodore L. Schumacher, att. ' 

J. David Llnebaugh, att 

William Harry J. Mclntyre, att 

Beverley T. Nelson, constr. supervisor 

Joseph Palmer, 2d, 1st sec. ; cons 

Douglas Jenkins, 1st sec. ; cons 

Paul C. Hutton, 1st sec. ; cons 

F. Patrick Kelly, att. (NATO) 

Richard Porter Taylor, att 

Peter Abeille, att.' 

Thomas Patrick Carroll, att 

Bartley P. Gordon, 1st sec. ; cons 

Robert G. Miner, For. Ser. officer 

Robert Eisenberg, att 

Ray Steiner Cltne, att 

Findley Weaver, att 



Nov. 29, 1950 
Oct. 12, 1950 

May 12, 1950 
Sept. 13, 1948 
May 23, 1951 



July 22, 1948 
Mar. 15, 1949 

Oct. 3, 1950 



July 
May 
May 
July 
Oct. 
Jan. 
July 
Aug. 
Sept. 

Apr. 

Sept. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Feb. 

June 

July 

Dec. 

Jan. 

Apr. 

June 

July 

Oct. 

Nov. 

Feb. 

Aug. 

Oct. 

Sept. 

Feb. 

Feb. 

June 

Apr. 

Aug. 

Jan. 

June 

May 

Apr. 

Apr. 

Mar. 

Mar. 

July 

Aug. 

Nov. 

Dec. 

Apr. 

Oct. 

May 



18, 1950 

15, 1950 

5, 1945 

13, 1951 
18, 1950 
26, 1951 

9, 1951 

14, 1951 

5, 1951 

6, 1951 

11, 1950 
1, 1949 
3, 1949 

18, 1949 
14, 1950 

5, 1950 

1, 1949 
24, 1949 

2, 1951 
10, 1951 
28, 1951 
30, 1951 

12, 1951 

8, 1950 

21, 1949 

9, 1950 
2, 1948 

16, 1948 

20, 1951 
24, 1951 

13, 1951 

10, 1950 

6, 1950 

22, 1946 
13, 1946 

2, 1949 

11, 1950 

21, 1950 

2, 1950 
15, 1947 

1, 1948 

21, 1951 
8, 1951 

3, 1951 

23, 1951 
1, 1951 

22, 1947 



FSO-CM 
FSR-1 -- 



FSR-1 - 
FSO-1 - 

FSO-1 - 

FSO-1 - 
FSR-1 - 
FSO-1 - 
FSO-1 - 
FSR-1 - 
FSR- 1 - 
FSR-1 - 
FSR-1 - 
FSR- 2 - 

FSO-2 - 
FSR- 2 - 
FSR-2 - 
FSR-2 - 
FSR-2 - 
FSR-2 - 
FSR-2 - 
FSO-2 - 
FSR-2 - 
FSR-2 - 
FSR-2 - 
FSR-2 - 
FSR-2 - 
FSR-2 ■ 
FSR-3 • 
FSR-3 ■ 
FSS-1 - 
FSR-3 ■ 
FSS-1 ■ 
FSO-3 
FSR-3 
FSR-3 
FSS-2 
FSS-2 
FSS-2 
FSS-2 
FSO-3 
FSO-3 
FSO-3 
FSR-3 
FSS-2 
FSS-2 
FSS-2 
FSO-3 
FSO-3 
FSR-3 
FSR-3 
FSS-3 



;14,300 
14, 300 



14,000 
13,600 

13,600 

13, 200 
13,200 
12,800 
12,800 
12, 800 
12,800 
12,800 
12,800 
12, 700 

11,850 

11,850 

11,500 

11,500 

11,500 

11, 500 

11,500 

11,130 

11,130 

11,130 

11, 130 

11, 130 

11,130 

11,130 

10,930 

10,630 

10, 550 

10,330 

9,950 

9,730 

9,730 

9,730 

9,710 

9,710 

9,470 

9,470 

9,430 

9, 430 

9,430 

9,430 

9,230 

9,230 

9,230 

9,130 

9,130 

9,130 

9,130 

8,961 



ssigned also to Ankara, Athens, Bern, Brussels, Cairo, Copenhagen, Dublin, Frankfort on the Mam, 

inki, Oslo, Paris, Rome, Stockholm, Ihe Hague, and Warsaw. 

.ssigned also to Ankara, Athens, Berlin, Bern, Brussels, Copenhagen, Dublin, Frankfort on the Mam, 

on, Luxembourg, Oslo, Paris, Rome, Stockholm, The Hague, Trieste, and Vienna. 

.ssignea also to Brussels, Copenhagen, Dublin, Frankfort on the Main, Helsinki, Lisbon, Madrid, Oslo, 

s, Rome, Stockholm, and The Hague. 

.ssigned also to Copenhagen, Dublin, Helsinki, Oslo, Stockholm, and The Hague. 

.ssigned also to Berlin, Brussels, Copenhagen, Dublin, Frankfort on the Main, Helsinki, Lisbon, 

rid, Oslo, Paris, Rome, Stockholm, and Ihe Hague. 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 1952 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



GREAT BRITAIN AND NORTHERN IRE LAND- -Continued 



-Continued 



Henri Francis Bauer, att. ^ 

Douglas W. Bryant, att 

William A. Brady, facilities liaison 

officer. 

William F. Busser, 2d sec. ; cons 

William B. Hussey, att.' 

H. John Kelly, att 

Raymond F. Courtney, 2d sec. ; cons 

G. Curtiss Murrell, att. (NATO) 

Stuart W. Don, att 

James G. Chandler, att.^ 

Albert Post, att. (NATO) -- 

Robert L. Whitaker, att 

William Kling, 2d sec 

Joseph A. Todd, 2d sec. ; cons 

Leonard Roy Greenup, att 

George Henkle Reese, att 

Paul M. Dutko, cons 

Barrett Parker, att 

Margaret Joy Tibbetts, att 

Edward C. Wilson, att 

John William Coffey, att 

Warren LaForest Dean, att 

George F. Tyler, Jr., att. (NATO) 

Margaret K. Gardner, att 

John J. Coyle, cons 

William J. Supple, att 

Juan de Zengotita, 2d sec. ; cons 

Ellen H. Church, att.'' 

William H. Morris, att 

Lyndon Vivrette, att 

Charles G. Weaver, att 

Edward M. Leigh, att 

John A. McCarthy, info, officer 

Conrad J. Thoren, asst. att.' 

Boyce E. Powell, v. c 

Charles McClean Johnston, att 

Ward J. Haas, att 

Katherine A. H. Egerton, econ. analyst - 
Henry B. Cannon, cultural relations 

officer. 

Fred H. Houck, cons 

Claude M. Wade, admin, officer 

DeWitt Bragan, veterans affairs officer' - 

Harold M. Granata, cons 

Andrew Ivey Killgore, v. c 

Clarence J. Mcintosh, v. c 

David Fraser Gould, veterans affairs 

officer. 

Jean M. Jerolaman, admin, asst 

Betty Ann Middleton, 2d sec. ; v. c 

William J. Galloway, special asst. (NATO) 

Henry W. Sawyer, 3d, asst. att 

Walter M. Walsh, v. c --- 

Edward Macauley, 3d, asst. att 

Anne C. Madden, asst. att 

Ruth G. Michaelson, asst. att. (MDAP) — 
Thomas S. Bloodworth, Jr. , 2d sec. ; 

V. c. 

David K. Marvin, 2d sec. ; v. c 

Thomas John Dunnigan, 2d sec. ; v. c — 
Gwendolyn T. Barrows, asst. att 



Mar 


19 


1951 


Nov. 


17 


1949 


Oct. 


13 


1950 


Apr. 


7 


1950 


Dec. 


5 


1947 


Dec. 


6 


1950 


Feb. 


9 


1950 


June 


6 


1949 


Apr. 


12 


1951 


Aug. 


3 


1950 


Apr. 


20 


1950 


Oct. 


1 


1950 


June 


18 


1948 


July 


21 


1949 


Aug. 


15 


1949 


July 


20 


1950 


Apr. 


25 


1950 


Nov. 


1 


1948 


Aug. 


16 


1949 


June 


8 


1950 


Oct. 


20 


1950 


Oct. 


23 


1950 


June 20 


1951 


Jan. 


26 


1951 


Oct. 


17 


1933 


Mar 


1 


1951 


June 


15 


1949 


Nov. 


6 


1950 


Feb. 


12 


1951 


Feb. 


28 


1951 


May 


12 


1951 


Aug. 


26 


1951 


Nov. 


9 


1951 


Dec. 


30 


1946 


Mar 


17 


1949 


Apr. 


18 


1951 


Oct. 


4 


1951 


June 


7 


1923 


Oct. 


31 


1945 


Oct. 


4 


1948 


Oct. 


1 


1949 


Mar 


13 


1947 


Jan. 


24 


1950 


Aug. 


19 


1951 


Mar. 


31 


1949 


Apr. 


15 


1947 


Apr. 


28 


1951 


Mar. 


23 


1951 


Oct. 


5 


1950 


Sept. 


24 


1951 


June 


7 


1950 


Dec. 


16 


1950 


May 


10 


1951 


Jan. 


13 


1950 


Nov. 


15 


1949 


May 


19 


1950 


Sept. 


20 


1950 


Jan. 


11 


1950 



FSR-4 
FSR-4 
FSS-3 

FSO-4 
FSS-4 
FSS-4 
FSO-4 
FSR-4 
FSR-4 
FSS-5 
FSS-4 
FSS-4 
FSO-4 
FSO-4 
FSR-4 
FSS-4 
FSS-5 
FSR-4 
FSR-4 
FSS-5 
FSS-5 
FSS-5 
FSR-4 
FSS-5 
FSS-6 
FSS-6 
FSO-4 
FSR-4 
FSR-4 
FSR-4 
FSR-4 
FSR-4 
FSR-4 
FSS-6 
FSS-6 
FSS-6 
FSS-6 
FSS-7 
FSS-7 

FSS-7 
FSS-7 
FSS-7 
FSS-7 
FSS-8 
FSS-7 
FSS-8 

FSS-8 
FSO-5 
FSR-5 
FSR-5 
FSS-7 
FSS-7 
FSS-7 
FSS-8 
FSO-5 

FSO-5 
FSO-5 
FSR-5 



'Assigned also to Ankara, Athens, Bern, Brussels, Copenhagen, Dublin, Lisbon, Luxembourg, Oslo, Pan 
Rome, Stockholm, The Hague, Trieste, and Vienna. 

^Assigned also to Berlin, Bern, Brussels, Copenhagen, Dublin, Helsinki, Lisbon, Madria, Moscow, Oslo, 
Paris, Stockholm, The Hague, and Warsaw. 

■"Assigned also to Dublin. 

^Assigned also to Ankara, Athens, Berlin, Bern, Brussels, Copenhagen, Dublin, Frankfort on the Main, 
Lisbon, Luxembourg, Oslo, Paris, Rome, Stockholm, The Hague, Trieste, and Vienna. 

'Assigned also to Brussels, Copenhagen, Dublin, Helsinki, Oslo, Stockholm, and The Hague. 

* Assigned also to Copenhagen, Dublin, Oslo, Stockholm, and The Hague. 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



61 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Salary 



fi (E)- -Continued 



AA, NA, & Air A) 



GREAT BRITAIN AND NORTHERN IRE LAND- -Continued 



Herbert F. Propps, 2d sec; v. c 

Hugh G. Appling, 2d sec. ; v. c. (NATO) - 
James G. Ward, control officer (NATO) - 

John G. Oliver, asst. att 

Isaac F. Strickland, special sers. officer- 
Janet M. Lowrie, personnel technician -- 

Marion Walker, sec 

Winifred M. CuUin, admin, asst 

Dorothy Dockterman, admin, asst 

John P. Reddington, asst. gen. sers. 

officer. 

Roberts. Houghton, 2d sec; v. c 

William T. Ketcham, Jr., asst. att. (NAC) 

Eugene Evans Clark, press officer 

Benjamin F. Sanford, asst. att. (NATO) - 
Mary Linn McCuUoch, asst. librarian -- 

Ben Franklin Brannon, v. c 

Olive M. Jensen, v. c 

Ruth S. Anderson, v. c 

Doyle Arthur Walker, documents officer - 
Phoebe Baroody Stanton, cultural affairs 

officer. 

Dualey E. Cyphers, v. c 

Elizabeth K. Hearn, press officer 

Harriet C. Thurgood, v. c 

Carl I. von Hellens, v. c 

John W. Sullivan, v. c 

Janice Plowman, admin, asst. (NATO) — 
Lawrence W. Shenfield, 3d sec. ; v. c — 
Margaret L. Ramisch, veterans affairs 

officer. 
John George Bacon, communications 

supervisor. 
Eugene LeBert, Jr., graphics specialist - 
Harold Milton Steege, communications 

asst. 

Emily C. Thackara, biographic asst 

Eileen M. Winton, econ. asst 

Rene L. Kuhn, asst. press officer 

Lucile McClanahan, accountant 

George A. Ellsworth, econ. asst 

Fielden W. McCloud, communications 

technician. 

Jack A. Sulser, 3d sec. ; v. c 

Richard H. Adams, 3d sec; v. c 

Robert T. Schneider, 3d sec. ; v. c 



Mar. 22, 


1949 


FSO-5 --- 


$ 5,513 


Nov. 10, 


1950 


FSO-5 -- 


5,513 


Apr. 1, 


1946 


FSS-8 -" 


5,493 


Mar. 8, 


1950 


FSS-8 --- 


5,493 


June 30, 


1950 


FSS-8 --- 


5,493 


Jan. 15, 


1951 


FSS-8 --- 


5,493 


July 1, 


1942 


FSS-9 --- 


5,439 


Jan. 27, 


1948 


FSS-9 --- 


5,439 


Mar. 7, 


1949 


FSS-9 — 


5,439 


Jan. 16, 


1950 


FSS-9 --- 


5,439 


Nov. 26, 


1951 


FSO-5 --- 


5,313 


Nov. 2, 


1950 


FSR-5 — - 


5,313 


Feb. 18, 


1951 


FSR-5 - — 


5,313 


June 10, 


1951 


FSR-5 --- 


5,313 


Oct. 4, 


1948 


FSS-8 -- 


5,313 


Aug. 14, 


1950 


FSS-8 --- 


5,313 


Feb. 16, 


1951 


FSS-8 --- 


5,313 


Apr. 6, 


1951 


FSS-8 -- 


5,313 


July 16, 


1951 


FSS-8 — - 


5,313 






FSS-8 - — 
FSS-9 --- 


5 313 


July 28, 


1948 


5,259 


Aug. 22, 


1950 


FSS-9 -- 


5,259 


Mar. 1, 


1949 


FSS-9 --- 


5,079 


Mar. 1, 


1950 


FSS-9 - — 


5,079 


June 6, 


1951 


FSS-9 --- 


5,079 


June 7, 


1951 


FSS-9 — 


5,079 


Jan. 30, 


1951 


FSO-6 -- 


4,993 


Mar. 10 


1947 


FSS-9 -- 


4,899 



Brig. Gen. Jack W. Wood, sr. mil. att. ; 

air att. 
Col. Howard E. Kessinger, army att — 
Rear Admiral Apollo Soucek, naval att. 

and naval att. for air. 
Col. Edward M. Blight, asst. army att. 2- 
Lt. Col. John W. Regan, asst. army att - 
Lt. Col. Philip H. Draper, asst. army 

att. 
Lt. Col. Blair E. Henderson, asst. army 

att. 
Lt. Col. Earl C. Stewart, asst. army 

att.3 
Lt. Col. George P. Seneff, Jr., asst. 

army att. 
Lt. Col. Sylvester A. Hall, asst. army 

att. 
Lt. Col. Claude L. Crawford, asst. army 

att. 



Aug. 16, 1950 

Feb. 12, 1951 
June 8, 1951 

Jan. 1, 1934 

Sept. 1, 1941 

Jan. 24, 1949 

Feb. 4, 1949 

Feb. 9, 1950 

July 11, 1951 

July 29, 1950 
Aug. 3, 1950 
July 2, 1951 

Oct. 6, 1950 

May 5, 1950 
May 23, 1951 

Sept. 26, 1951 
Feb. 28, 1949 
June 16, 1949 

Oct. 1, 1949 

Oct. 1, 1949 

May 6, 1950 

July 22, 1950 

Nov. 15. 1950 



FSS-9 — - 



4,899 



FSS-9 — 


4,899 


FSS-9 --- 


4,899 


FSS-9 -- 


4,719 


FSS-9 -- 


4,719 


FSS-9 --- 


4,719 


FSS-9 --- 


4,719 


FSS-9 — 


4,719 


FSS-9 --- 


4,719 


FSO-6 --- 


4,593 


FSO-6 --- 


4,593 


FSO-6 --- 


4,593 







ssigned also to Copenhagen, Dublin, Helsinki, Oslo, Reykjavik, and Stockholm, 
ssigned also to aerve as army liaison officer at Hong Kong, 
ssigned also to serve as army liaison officer at Singapore. 



62 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 1952 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Salary 



GREAT BRITAIN AND NORTHERN IRE LAND- -Continued 



London (E)- -Continued 
(AA, NA, & Air A)-- 
Continued. 



Belfast, Northern Ireland 
(CG). 



Birmingham, England (C) 



Bradford, England (C) • 

Cardiff, Wales (C) 

Edinburgh, Scotland (C) 



Glasgow, Scotland (C) ■ 



Liverpool, England (C) • 



Lt. Col. John C. Damon, asst. armyatt- 
Lt. Col. Ernest C. Mclnnis, asst. army 

att. 
Maj. Edwin P. Arnold, asst. army att. '- 
Maj. James R. Michael, asst. army att. ^ 
Maj. Norman E. Pehrson, asst. army 

att. 
Capt. Philip Daniel Lohmann, asst. naval 

att. for research. 
Capt. Ralph Sperry Clarke, asst. naval 

att. for air. 
Capt. Ethelbert Watts, asst. naval att -- 
Capt. Peter Harry Horn, asst. naval att - 
Col. Avery Raymond Kier, asst. naval 

att. for air. 
Comdr. Richard James Craig, asst. 

naval att. and asst. naval att. for air.^ 
Comdr. Talbot Edward Harper, asst. 

naval att. 
Lt. Comdr. Wallace Gordon Cornell, 

asst. naval att. and asst. naval att. 

for air. ■* 
Lt. Comdr. Robert Arthur Dowd, asst. 

naval att. 
Lt. Frank Wadsworth, asst. naval att -- 
Lt. Richard Austin Wier, asst. naval att - 
Ens. Edgar Frederick Luckenbach, Jr., 

asst. naval att. and asst. naval att. 

for air.' 
Col. Theodore A. Fuller, asst. air att - 
Col. Kenneth E. Pletcher, asst. air att.^ 
Col. William E. McDonald, asst. air 

att.^ 
Lt. Col. Leonard R. Hall, asst. air att - 
Lt. Col. Robert F. Layton, asst. air att.' 

Maj. Lewis N. Ellis, asst. air att 

Maj. Williams. Winneshiek, asst. air 

att. 
Capt. Robert A. Seaman, asst. air att -- 
Capt. Kirkwood C. Myers, asst. air 

att. 8 
Capt. Frederick W. Gerhard, Jr., asst. 

air att. ' 
Capt. Thomas J. Hallahan, asst. air att.^ 



gen 



Ralph A. Boernstein, cons. 

Edwards. Parker, cons 

Heber R. Bird, v. c 

Elwyn F. Chase, v. c 

Phil H. Hubbard, cons 

Ronald E. Loubert, v. c 

Walter W. Hoffmann, cons 

Malcolm P. Hallam, v. c 

Robert L. Buell, cons, gen 

H. Franklin Irwin, Jr., cons 

Stanley T. Hayes, v. c 

Dayle C. McDonough, cons, gen 

Vernon B. Zirkle, cons 

Taylor G. Belcher, cons 

John F. Huddleston, cons, gen 

Maynard B. Lundgren, v. c 

Walter M. McClelland, v. c --- --- 

'Assigned to serve as asst. army liaison officer at Hong Kong. 
Assigned to serve as asst. army liaison officer at Singapore. 
3 Resident in Hong Kong. 

* Resident in Singapore. 

' Assigned also to Stockholm. 

* Assigned also as sr. mil. liaison officer at and resident in Singapore. 
Assigned also to serve as air liaison officer at Hong Kong. 

'Assigned also as asst. air liaison officer at and resident in Singapore. 
Assigned also as asst. air liaison officer at and resident in Hong Kong. 



Aug. 


23, 


1951 


Oct. 


13, 


1951 


Nov. 


4, 


1949 


July 


26, 


1951 


Oct. 


13, 


1951 


Mar 


14, 


1950 


Mar 


18, 


1950 


July 


22, 


1950 


Apr. 


21, 


1951 


May 


2, 


1950 


Jan. 


10, 


1951 


June 


7, 


1951 


Jan. 


26, 


1949 


Apr. 


21, 


1951 


Mar 


18, 


1950 


Apr. 


21, 


1951 


Aug. 


10, 


1950 


Feb. 


18, 


1949 


July 


26, 


1950 


Dec. 


29, 


1950 


Aug. 


20, 


1949 


July 


22, 


1950 


Feb. 


18, 


1949 


Mar 


11. 


1950 


Oct. 


27, 


1948 


Jan. 


25, 


1951 


Apr. 


1, 


1951 


May 


18, 


1951 


Feb. 


9, 


1951 


Jan. 


30, 


1950 


Nov. 


6, 


1951 


Sept 


4, 


1950 


Dec. 


15, 


1947 


Mar 


2, 


1951 


July 


25, 


1951 


Aug. 


20, 


1951 


May 


5, 


1949 


June 


7, 


1951 


Jan. 


15, 


1951 


Mar. 


14, 


1946 


Sept. 


9, 


1949 


Nov. 


IV, 


1949 


Oct. 


27, 


1947 


Oct. 


25, 


1950 


Oct. 


26, 


1950 



FSO-2 - 
FSS-7 - 
FSS-7 - 
FSO-6 - 
FSO-4 - 
FSS-11 
FSO-3 - 
FSS-8 - 
FSO-4 - 
FSR-4 - 
FSS-9 - 
FSO-2 - 
FSS-5 - 
FSO-4 - 
FSO-2 - 
FSS-7 - 
FSO-6 - 



Sll,130 
6,087 
5,907 
4,393 
8,463 
3,927 
9,130 
5,493 
8,863 
8,163 
5,079 

12, 700 
7,095 
6,963 

11,850 
6,087 
4,793 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



63 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



GREAT BRITAIN AND NORTHERN IRELAND— Continued 



Category 
and class 



Salary 



rpool, Englanc (C)-- 

ntinued. 

:hester, England (C) - 

;astle-on-Tyne, 

gland (C). 

lampton, Englana (C) - 



altar (C) 

;tta, Malta (C) 



.(C) 

r Kong (CG) 



John F. Rogers, v. c 

John H. Lord, cons 

James R. Riddle, cons — 
Harold D. Pease, cons -■ 
John J. Degan, Jr. , v. c 
P. Ragland, cons 
G. Bowers, v. c ■ 
Bentley, v. c 



Joseph 
Joseph 
John J. 



(Europe) 



Francis Adams Lane, cons 
Courtland Christian!, v. c 

Leslie L. Rood, cons 

Richard B. Andrews, v. c 

(Asia) 



L. Pittman Springs, cons. 

Ralph G. Clark, v. c. ^ 

Hermann F. Eilts, v. c. ^ 

Walter P. McConaughy, cons, gen.^ 

Leo A. Riordan, regional constr. super- 
visor . 
James Gregory Byington, admin, officer - 

Harold E. Montamat, cons 

David H. McKillop, cons - — 

Ralph H. Hunt, cons 

Paul W. Frillman, cons 

Ralph N. Clough, cons 

Arthur D. Harnett, cons 

John Roger Heidemann, econ. officer --- 

Frank A. Kierman, Jr., v. c 

John Q. Blodgett, v. c 

Charles J. Beckman, v. c 

Eleanor M. Shields, personnel officer --- 

Lucy A. Shults, v. c 

Ruth F. Bean, research asst 

Howard L. Boorman, v. c 

Richard M. McCarthy, v. c 

John M. Dennis, v. c 

John N. Gatch, Jr., v. c 

Stephen A. Comiskey, v. c 

Paul M. Miller, v. c 

John B. Dexter, v. c 

Theo C. Adams, v. c 

Jack W. Leach, info, officer 

Charles Tenney Cross, public affairs 
officer. 

Richard W. Schaben, v. c 

Richard E. Johnson, v. c 

Ada Miriam Sullivan, librarian 

Valerie K. Breingan, gen. sers. officer 

James Talmadge Rousseau, v. c 

Gilda R. Duly, v. c 

Alfred Harding, v. c 

Robert A. Burton, public affairs asst -- 

Edward Wallace Bryant, v. c 

John Anthony McVickar, v. c 

William Ackerman Buell, Jr., v. c --- 

Lindsey Grant, For. Ser. officer 

Robert Jadwin Ballantyne, v. c 

Franklin Joseph Crawford, v. c 



July 


1, 


1951 


Jan. 


24. 


1949 


Oct. 


12, 


1950 


Nov. 


22, 


1949 


May 


9, 


1950 


July 


14, 


1950 


Sept 


7, 


1949 


Feb. 


7, 


1948 



May 


9, 


1950 


Apr. 


3, 


1947 


Aug. 


7, 


1951 


Jan. 


23, 


1950 



Dec. 16, 1949 
Apr. 29, 1950 
Apr. 20, 1951 
Aug. 23, 1950 
May 22, 1951 

Oct. 29, 1951 
Oct. 25, 1951 
Sept. 29, 1951 
Mar. 8, 1948 
Aug. 21, 1950 
July 20, 1950 
Mar. 9, 1951 
Dec. 10, 1951 
Nov. 19, 1950 
June 21, 1950 
May 30, 1950 
Oct. 17, 1950 
Dec. 14, 1950 
July 21, 1950 
Apr. 27, 1950 
June 6, 1950 
June 19, 1950 
June 20, 1950 
Sept. 13, 1950 
Nov. 2, 1950 
Dec. 5, 1950 
Dec. 14, 1950 
Jan. 29, 1951 
Nov. 23, 1951 



Sept. 
July 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Apr. 
Apr. 
May 
May 
Aug. 
Nov. 
Mar 
May 
Nov. 



5, 1951 
11, 1951 
5, 1950 
2, 1949 
5, 1949 

14, 1950 
21, 1950 
16, 1951 

2, 1951 
16, 1951 

15, 1951 
21, 1950 

2, 1951 
15, 1951 



FSO-6 - 
FSO-3 - 
FSS-8 - 
FSS-5 - 
FSS- 10 
FSO-3 - 
FSS-9 - 
FSS-9 - 



FSS-4 - 
FSS-9 - 
FSO-4 - 
FSS- 10 



FSS-7 - 
FSO-5 - 
FSO-5 - 
FSO-2 - 
FSS-2 - 

FSS-2 - 
FSO-3 - 
FSO-3 - 
FSS-3 - 
FSS-4 - 
FSO-4 - 
FSR-4 - 
FSS-7 - 
FSS-7 - 
FSO-5 - 
FSS-7 - 
FSS-8 - 
FSS-8 - 
FSS-8 - 
FSO-5 - 
FSO-5 - 
FSO-5 - 
FSO-5 - 
FSO-5 - 
FSO-5 - 
FSO-5 - 
FSO-5 - 
FSS-8 - 
FSS-8 • 

FSS-9 • 

FSO-6 ■ 

FSS-9 

FSS-9 

FSS-9 

FSS-9 

FSS-9 

FSS-9 

FSO-6 

FSO-6 

FSO-6 

FSO-6 

FSO-6 

FSO-6 



5 4, 593 
10,630 
6,213 
7,095 
4,863 
10, 630 
5,079 
4,899 



7,689 
5,619 
8,163 
4,563 



6,267 
5,313 
5,313 
11, 500 
9,710 

9,710 
9,430 
9,130 
8,481 
8,169 
7,563 
6,963 
6,267 
6,087 
5,913 
5,907 
5,673 
5,673 
5,493 
5,313 
5,313 
5,313 
5,313 
5,313 
5,313 
5,313 
5,313 
5,313 
5,313 

5,259 
5,093 
4,899 
4,719 
4,719 
4,719 
4,719 
4,719 
4,593 
4,593 
4,593 
4,393 
4,393 
4,193 



Assigned also to Jidda and Sana' a. 
Assigned also to Sana' a. 
Assigned also to Macau. 



bU 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 1952 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



GREAT BRITAIN AND NORTHERN IRE LAND- -Continued 



Kuala Lumpur, Federation 
of Malaya (C) . 



Nicosia, Cyprus (C) 



Penang, Federation of 
Malaya (C). 



Singapore (CG) 



Accra, Gold Coast, West 
Africa (C). 



Dar-es-Salaam, Tanganyika, 

East Africa (C). 
Lagos, Nigeria, West 

Africa (CG). 



(As ia) - - Continued 

Hendrik van Oss, cons 

Lawrence van Bylandt Nichols, asst. 

cons. att. 

Beatrice Holt, librarian 

Jack A. Gertz, public affairs officer 

Richard B. Peters, v. c 

Robert G. L. Wall, v. c. 

David Dean, v. c 

Joseph J. Wagner, cons 

Walter William Harris, Jr., cons, att -- 
Graeth A. Tooley, For. Ser. Staff 

officer. ^ 

Albert C. Fox, asst. cons, att.-' 

Kenneth W. Linde, v. c 

Leo Joseph Potvin, v. c 

John Harless Lawson, communications 

officer. 
Stephen J. Mack, communications super- 
visor. 
Edward Claude McKeown, admin, asst -- 
Ernest R. Torella, communications 

supervisor. 

Stephen E. Palmer, Jr., v. c 

LaRue R. Lutkins, cons 

Guy Halferty, public affairs officer 

Thomas E. Tait, v. c 

James F. Anderson, v. c 

Charles F. Baldwin, cons. gen. with 

personal rank of minister. 

Elmer Newton, cons 

John Goodyear, cons 

Frank N. Welsh, public affairs officer -- 

Seymour I. Nadler, cons 

Joseph H. Rogatnick, cons 

Robert J. Boylan, cons 

Robert J. Jantzen, v. c 

James Julius Halsema, info, officer 

Stanley R. Kidder, v. c 

Willard L. Thompson, cultural affairs 

officer. 

Oscar V. Armstrong, v. c 

Margaret K. Beadles, librarian 

Robert C. Huffman, asst. cons, att 

flalph J. McGuire, v. c 

Josephine D. Wharton, disbursing officer- 
Frederick J. Eichhorn, 3d, radio officer - 

John J. O'Keefe, v. c 

Harry M. Lofton, v. c 

Walter C. McArthur, info, asst 

Leo Michael Linehan, v. c 

(Africa) 

Hyman Bloom, cons 

Roy F. Cleveland, Jr., asst. cons, att -- 
Roger P. Ross, v. c 

John R. Bartelt, Jr., v. c 

Robert I. Fleming, v. c 

H. Gordon Minnlgerode, cons 

Michael Smolik, v. c 

Archie W. Childs, cons, gen 

Robert W. Ross, v. c 

O. Rudolph Aggroy, v. c 

Lewis D. Junior, v. c 

William B. Connett, Jr., principal offi- 
cer. 



Feb. 


9 


1951 


Sept. 


23 


1949 


Aug. 


1 


1951 


Nov. 


23 


1951 


Sept. 


13 


1951 


Mar. 


7 


1950 


Nov. 


23 


1951 


Apr. 


24 


1951 


May 


5 


1950 


Oct. 


11 


1951 


May 


12 


1950 


Aug. 


8 


1950 


Feb. 


27 


1951 


Apr. 


16 


1951 


Feb. 


27 


1951 


May 


21 


1951 


Nov. 


26 


1951 


Apr. 


23 


1951 


May 


23 


1950 


Apr. 


18 


1951 


June 


1 


1950 


Oct. 


11 


1951 


Oct. 


4 


1951 


Feb. 


5 


1951 


June 21 


1950 


Aug. 


29 


1951 


Dec. 


12 


1950 


Mar 


27 


1951 


Apr. 


19 


1951 


May 


26 


1948 


Nov. 


1 


1949 


Apr. 


14 


1950 


May 


4 


1951 


Mar 


30 


1950 


May 


20 


1950 


Jan. 


14 


1948 


Sept 


10 


1951 


June 


2 


1950 


June 


9 


1951 


Feb. 


21 


1950 


Mar 


9 


1951 


Mar 


21 


1951 


Feb. 


26 


1951 



Oct. 15, 
June 29, 
Aug. 4, 
Aug. 27, 
Oct. 10, 
Nov. 29, 
Mar. 13, 
Apr. 6, 
July 3, 
Feb. 18, 
Apr. 26, 
Sept. 15, 



1949 
1949 
1950 
1951 
1951 
1949 
1950 
1951 
1951 
1951 
1951 
1951 



FSO-5 - 
FSR-5 - 

FSS-7 - 
FSS-7 - 
FSS-8 - 
FSS-9 - 
FSO-6 - 
FSO-4 - 
FSS-4 - 
FSS-7 - 

FSS-8 - 
FSS-8 - 
FSS-8 - 
FSS-8 - 

FSS-9 - 

FSS-9 - 
FSS-9 - 

FSO-6 - 
FSO-4 - 
FSS-7 - 
FSS-10 
FSS-10 
FSO-1 - 

FSS-2 - 
FSO-3 - 
FSR-4 - 
FSS-4 - 
FSS-4 - 
FSS-4 - 
FSS-6 - 
FSS-7 - 
FSS-7 - 
FSS-7 - 

FSO-5 - 

FSS-9 - 
FSS-8 - 
FSO-5 - 
FSS-8 - 
FSS-8 - 
FSS-9 - 
FSS-9 - 
FSS-9 - 
FSO-6 - 



FSS-7 - 
FSS-7 - 
FSR-5 - 
FSS-8 - 
FSS-9 - 
FSO-3 - 
FSS-9 - 
FSO-2 - 
FSO-5 - 
FSS-11 
FSS-11 
FSO-5 - 



Mombasa, Kenya, East 
Africa (C). 

^ Assigned also to Penang. 

^ Assigned also to Egypt, Ethiopia, Iran, Iraq, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Palestine, SaudiArabi, Syria, ana 
Turkey. 
3 Assigned also as asst. att. at Baghdad, Beirut, and Cairo. 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



65 



Post 



Name and tlUe 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Salary 



GREAT BRITAIN AND NORTHERN IRELAND— Continued 



asa, Kenya, East 
ica (C)- -Continued. 

oi, Kenya, East 
ica (CG). 



lury. Southern Rho- 
ia (CG). 



idos, B. W. I. (C) -- 
i, British Honduras 

;etown, British Guiana 

Iton, Bermuda (CG) -- 



ton, Jamaica, B. W. I. 

;). 

lu, N. P. , Bahamas 



of-Spain, Trinidad, 
W. 1. (CG). 



is (Athenai) (E) 



(Africa) - -Continued 



William Nesselhof, Jr., cons 

David J. Bleecker, v. c 

Frederick E. Myers, v. c -- 

Angus Ward, cons, gen 

John A. Noon, cons 

Fred Edson Hubbard, v. c -- 
Nancy H. MacLennan, v. c 
Robert M. Schneider, v. c. 

att. 
W. Milbourne Neighbors, v. c 

Robert W. Stookey, v. c 

Harold Sims, cons, gen 

Randolph Roberts, cons 



asst. cons. 



Oct. 

Oct. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Mar. 

Dec. 

Sept. 



18, 1951 

18, 1951 
2, 1949 
1, 1950 
7, 1951 

15, 1951 
5, 1949 

19, 1949 



June 7, 1951 
Dec. 31, 1948 
Aug. 24, 1951 
Nov. 29, 1949 



FSO-5 - 
FSS-9 - 
FSS-10 
FSO-1 - 
FSR-4 - 
FSS-6 - 
FSR-5 - 
FSS-7 - 

FSS-7 ■ 
FSO-5 ■ 
FSO-3 • 
FSO-4 ■ 



(America) 



Philip Ernst, cons 

Louis B. Mazzeo, cons — 
Emory B. Waseman, Jr., v. 
Wesley E. Jorgensen, v. c - 
Thomas Edmund Burke, v. c 
E. Paul Tenney, cons, gen - 

Raymond Phelan, cons 

William R. Jochimsen, v. c 
Robert Y. Brown, cons, gen 
Herbert W. Carlson, cons--- 
James Parker Wilson, v. c - 
Thomas H. Robinson, cons - 
Ernest L. Eslinger, cons --- 

Robert V. Carey, v. c 

Robert F. Hale, cons, gen ■ 

Carl Breuer, cons 

Lily A. Olson, v. c 

Martin G. Blackmun, v. c -■ 



Dec. 


7, 


1951 


FSS-6 


Oct. 


15, 


1951 


FSS-5 


Sept. 


1, 


1950 


FSS-9 


Nov. 


20, 


1951 


FSS-9 


Aug. 


8, 


1950 


FSS-9 


May 


17, 


1951 


FSO-2 


June 


7, 


1951 


FSS-5 


Sept. 


2, 


1950 


FSS-10 


Oct. 


30, 


1950 


FSO-2 


July 


1, 


1949 


FSS-6 


Dec. 


1. 


1949 


FSS-6 


Aug. 


19, 


1949 


FSO-3 


Aug. 


16, 


1951 


FSS-7 


Feb. 


11, 


1948 


FSS-10 


Apr. 


1, 


1950 


FSO-3 


Apr. 


25 


1950 


FSO-3 


Sept 


3 


1949 


FSS-9 


July 


20 


1948 


FSS-9 



GREECE 

John E. Peurifoy, A. E. and P 

Belton O'Neal Bryan, att 

J. Carney Howell, admin, officer 

Charles W. Yost, couns. of emb. with 
personal rank of minister. 

Harry R. Turkel, couns. of emb 

Horace W. Fuller, att 

Robert B. Memminger, couns. of emb - 

John E. Baker, att 

David C. Berger, 1st sec. ; cons, gen - 
Constance R. Harvey, 1st sec. ; cons --- 

Norbert L. Anschuetz, 1st sec 

Print Hudson, att 

John E. Hargrove, budget and fiscal 

officer. 

Thomas H. Karamessines, att 

Gilbert C. Greenway, att 

Douglas Blaufarb, att 

Jane D. Martin, att 

John F. Correll, labor att 

Edgar Anthony Dorman, chief auditor — 

Curtis Waldo Barnes, att 

William H. Byrd, gen. sers. officer 

Donald Richmond Barton, att 

James Finnell, att 

Maurice S. Rice, 2d sec. ; cons 

Harry J. Milton, budget and fiscal officer- 
Robert Henry Marsh, asst. chief of 

transportation ser. 
Herbert D. Brewster, special asst. to 

dep. chief of ECA mission. 

Blake Cochran, att 

Westly B. Sheldon, aircraft pilot 



July 29, 1950 

July 13, 1950 

July 18, 1950 

Sept. 29, 1950 



June 

Jime 

Nov. 

Apr. 

July 

July 

Sept. 

Sept. 

July 

Mar. 

May 

May 

Oct. 

Dec. 

July 

Aug. 

Mar. 

Feb. 

Nov. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Oct. 



5, 1951 

24, 1950 
17, 1948 

3, 1951 
3, 1951 
1, 1948 

25, 1951 

28, 1951 
1, 1948 

9, 1951 
25, 1951 
31, 1950 
17, 1949 

1, 1948 

1, 1948 
30, 1950 

2, 1948 
16, 1950 

6, 1949 
6, 1950 
1, 1949 

29, 1950 



June 13, 1949 

Oct. 12, 1949 
July 1, 1948 



FSO-CM 
FSR-2 -- 
FSR-2 -- 
FSO-2 -- 

FSO-2 -- 
FSR-2 — 
FSO-2 — 
FSR-2 — 
FSO-3 -- 
FSO-3 — 
FSR-3 -- 
FSS-2 — 
FSS-3 -- 

FSR-3 -- 
FSR-3 -- 
FSR-4 -- 
FSS-3 -- 
FSS-3 -- 
FSS-4 - 
FSS-5 -- 
FSS-4 -- 
FSS-4 -- 
FSS-5 -■ 
FSO-4 -■ 
FSS-5 - 
FSS-6 -• 

FSO-4 - 

FSR-4 - 
FSS-5 - 



5,313 
4,719 
4,323 
13,200 
8,463 
6,501 
6,113 
6,087 

5,907 
5,713 
9,130 
6,963 



6,681 
7,275 
4,719 
4,899 
5,619 

11,130 
7,455 
4,443 

11, 130 
7,041 
7,041 

10,630 
6,627 
4,443 
9,730 
9,130 
5,079 
4,899 



11,850 
11,850 
11, 500 

11,500 

11, 500 

11, 130 

11, 130 

11,030 

9,730 

9,730 

9,710 

9,441 

9,130 
9,130 
8,763 
8,721 
8,481 
8,409 
8,115 
7,929 
7,929 
7,875 
7,863 
7,455 
7,401 

7,263 

7,263 
7,095 



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Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Athens (Athenai) (E)- 
Continued. 



(AA, NA, & Air A) 



GREECE--Continued 

Mary S. Johnston, asst. att 

Archibald Adam, att 

Gordon Delmore Johnson, procurement 

and supply officer. 
Ralph C. Talcott, chief of transportation 

section. 
William E. Weld, Jr., cultural affairs 

officer. 

Hazel Howard, att 

Sherman L. Wallace, att 

George M. Watson, asst. info, officer -- 
Margaret T. Jaastad, personnel tech- 
nician. 
Erwin C. Thompson, hotel and billeting 

supervisor. 

John R. Stuart, radio engineer 

Richard Erstein, asst. att 

Janice Benson Westberg, procedure 

analyst. 

Seymour Levenson, auditor 

Marion Elizabeth Brown, librarian 

John MacEwenn Belts, asst. att 

Asa L. Evans, For. Ser. Staff officer — 

Peter C. Lamas, att 

Richard C. Brower, att 

Harry Feinstein, personnel teclinician — 

Francis E. Witman, bldg. supt 

Thomas M. Judd, 2d sec. ; v. c 

Frank C. Patterson, asst. chief of motor 

transportation section. 
Lawrence W. Kavanagh, procurement 

officer. 

Karl W. Kalassay, v. c 

Hugo V. Newell, budget and fiscal officer- 
Elmer C. Hulen, 2d sec. ; v. c 

Archer K. Blood, 2d sec. ; v. c 

John D. lams, 2d sec. ; v. c 

Richard W. Sterling, 2d sec. ; v. c 

Helen W. Rose, v. c 

Alexander I. Alexopulos, protection and 

welfare officer. 

Herbert Gordon, 2d sec. ; v. c 

Patricia M. Byrne, 2d sec. ; v. c 

Philip Axelrod, 2d sec. ; v. c 

Robert M. Phillips, 2d sec. ; v. c 

Norah E. Glenn, personnel asst 

Louis Bertrand Marr, v. c 

J. Marshall Pifer, accountant 

Annis Sandvos, asst. att 

Thomas Rodda, Jr. , motion picture 

officer. 
Irene D. Marshall, procurement and 

supply officer. 

Sara Margaret Dilley, librarian 

Irma Bryant Goodwin, admin, asst 

Bart Nelson Stephens, asst. att. (Patras) ^ 

Col. Howard J. John, army att 

Capt. Donald Taylor Wilber, naval att. 

and naval att. for air. 

Lt. Col. John R. Linehan, air att 

Maj. Cecil E. Roberts, asst. army att -- 

Maj. Jacks. Owen, asst. army att 

Maj. Nicholas Granson, asst. army att — 
Maj. James R. Cranford, asst. army att- 
Capt. William E. Pulos, asst. army att - 
Capt. Kenneth L. Hoffman, asst. army 

att. 
Comdr. Marion Henry Eppes, asst. naval 

att. and asst. naval att. for air. 



July 13, 


1950 


Jan. 7, 


1951 


Sept. 6, 


1951 


Sept. 11, 


1951 


Nov. 8, 


1950 


Feb. 28, 


1951 


Oct. 8, 


1951 


Nov. 30, 


1950 


Sept. 17, 


1948 


Sept. 19, 


1949 


Oct. 18, 


1950 


Feb. 25, 


1951 


May 2, 


1949 


Dec. 5, 


1949 


Feb. 27, 


1950 


Apr. 5, 


1950 


Nov. 8, 


1950 


Apr. 24, 


1951 


July 31, 


1951 


May 1, 


1950 


Jan. 15, 


1951 


July 19, 


1950 


May 6, 


1951 


Sept. 26, 


1951 


Sept. 28, 


1949 


Aug. 1, 


1951 


May 17, 


1949 


Apr. 7, 


1950 


July 18, 


1950 


Apr. 25, 


1951 


Sept. 21, 


1941 


Dec. 29, 


1943 


June 10, 


1949 


Sept. 28, 


1949 


Nov. 13, 


1950 


June 4, 


1951 


Dec. 2, 


1949 


June 6, 


1951 


July 1, 


1951 


Sept. 2, 


1951 


Oct. 5, 


1951 


Feb. 19, 


1950 


Jan. 15, 


1950 


Aug. 1, 


1950 


Dec. 19, 


1949 


Aug. 24, 


1951 


July 17, 


1951 


June 29, 


1949 


Sept. 2, 


1950 


Oct. 5, 


1951 


Dec. 8, 


1951 


June 21, 


1949 


June 23, 


1951 


Oct. 7, 


1950 



FSS-5 --- 
FSS-5 --- 
FSS-5 — 

FSS-5 - — 

FSR-4 — 

FSR-4 — 
FSS-6 --- 
FSR-5 --- 
FSS-6 -- 

FSS-6 --- 

FSS-6 -- 
FSR-5 --- 
FSS-6 - — 

FSS-6 — 
FSS-6 - — 
FSS-6 --- 
FSS-6 - — 
FSS-6 - — 
FSS-6 --- 
FSS-7 — - 
FSS-8 --- 
FSO-5 — - 
FSS-7 — 

FSS-7 - — 

FSS-8 — 
FSS-8 - — 
FSO-5 - — 
FSO-5 - — 
FSO-5 — 
FSO-5 — 
FSS-8 — - 
FSS-8 - — 

FSO-5 — 
FSO-5 — 
FSO-5 — 
FSO-5 — 
FSS-8 — 
FSS-8 --- 
FSS-8 — - 
FSS-8 — 
FSS-8 — - 

FSS-9 — - 

FSS-9 - — 
FSS-9 - — 
FSS-9 --- 



' Resident in Patras. 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



67 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



GREECE--Continued 



Category 
and class 



Salary 



, (Athenai) (E)-- 

:inued. 

Ji., NA, & Air A) - 

Continued. 



sa (Thessaloniki) (C)-- 



mala (E) 



AA, NA, & Air A) 



-au-Prince (E) 



Lt. (jg) Ignatius Sterghos, asst. naval 

att. ana asst. naval att. for air. 
Capt. William D. Conklin, asst. air att -- 

Capt. Wayne L. Horr, asst. air att 

Capt. William J. Grundmann, asst. air att 

John B. Holt, cons 

Harry W. Panchot, chief of relay base --- 
Herbert B. Elliott, power plant super- 
visor. 
Florence W. Konold, public affairs officer- 
Frank Tracy Bodine, sr. engineer 

Robert R. Schott, v. c 

Joseph A. Vasile, radio engineer 

Richard M. Hughes, v. c -- 

Frank Herbert Weis, power plant supt - 

Albert B. Miller, v. c -- 

William G. Jones, radio engineer 

William John Koster, radio engineer 

Alvin Maurice Frazee, radio engineer — 

John Q. White, v. c 

Woodrow Wilson First, radio engineer --- 

David Lloyd Hollyer, radio engineer 

James Watson Vines, raaio engineer 

Stanley Hickinbottom, radio engineer 

Gordon Eugene Seaver, radio technician- - 

GUATEMALA 

Rudolf E. Schoenfeld, A. £. andP 

WiUiam L. Krieg, 1st sec. ; cons -- 

Gilljert E. Larsen, att 

Birch D. O'Neal, att 

Thomas M. Reid, att 

Joseph Ries, att 

Andrew B. Wardlaw, 2d sec. ; cons 

WiUiam A. Krauss, att 

Harold E. Urist, att 

Lydia J. Wright, asst. att 

William D. Calderhead, v. c. ; asst. att - 
Douglass K. Ballentine, 2d sec. ; v. c -- 

John Calvin HiU, Jr. , 2d sec. ; v. c 

Thomas A. Grunwell, v. c 

Kenedon P. Steins, 2d sec. ; v. c 

Col. Samuel P. Walker, Jr., army att. i- 
Capt. Alvord John Greenacre, naval att. 

and naval att. for air.^ 
Col. Charles H. Deerwester, air att. ^ -- 
Lt. Comdr. Joseph Merit TuUy, Jr., 

asst. naval att. and asst. naval att. 

for air. ^ 
Lt. Col. Theodore J. McAdam, asst. air 

att. 3 
Capt. Manuel J. Chavez, Jr., asst. air 

att. ^ 

HAITI 



Howard K. Travers, A. E. and P 
John H. Burns, 1st sec. ; cons — 

RoUo F. Stovall, att 

Homer George Gayne, att 



Jan. 30, 1951 

Sept. 22, 1948 
Oct. 25, 1948 
Nov. 16, 1950 

July 11, 1951 
Feb. 28, 1950 
Sept. 26, 1949 



Mar. 

Oct. 

Mar. 

Apr. 

Nov. 

Sept. 

Aug. 

Sept. 

Feb. 

Dec. 

Sept. 

Mar. 

Apr. 

July 

Oct. 

Nov. 



11, 1949 
31, 1949 

22, 1950 

15, 1951 
20, 1951 
11, 1950 

16, 1951 
1, 1950 

14, 1950 
5, 1950 

20, 1950 

21,4951 
8, 1951 

29, 1951 

23, 1951 
5, 1951 



Mar. 


13, 


1951 


July 


30, 


1951 


May 


29, 


1949 


Dec. 


3, 


1951 


June 22, 


1951 


Feb. 


27, 


1950 


Apr. 


14, 


1950 


Dec. 


7, 


1951 


Sept 


11, 


1950 


Dec. 


19, 


1949 


Aug. 


29, 


1951 


Nov. 


16, 


1948 


Nov. 


29, 


1951 


Apr. 


21, 


1949 


Apr. 


7 


1949 



FSO-3 
FSS-3 
FSS-5 

FSR-4 
FSS-7 
FSS-7 
FSS-7 
FSO-5 
FSS-8 
FSS-8 
FSS-9 
FSS-9 
FSS-9 
FSS-9 
FSS-9 
FSS-9 
FSS-9 
FSS-9 
FSS-9 



FSO-CM 
FSO-3 -- 
FSS-3 -- 
FSS-3 -- 
FSR-4 -- 
FSS-5 — 
FSO-4 — 
FSR-4 -- 
FSR-4 -- 
FSS-7 -- 
FSS-7 -- 
FSO-5 -- 
FSO-5 -- 
FSS-9 — 
FSO-5 -- 



Feb. 23, 1950 
June 2, 1950 

Mar. 16, 1950 
May 14, 1951 



June 7, 1951 
Aug. 4, 1950 



$9, 130 
8,481 
7,455 

6,963 
6,267 
5,907 
5,907 
5,513 
5,493 
5,313 
5,097 
4,899 
4,899 
4,719 
4,719 
4,719 
4,719 
4,719 
4,719 



9,430 
8,721 
8,481 
8,463 
8,115 
7,563 
7,563 
7,263 
6,087 
5,907 
5,513 
5,513 
5,439 
5,313 



Oct. 3, 


1951 


FSO-CM - 




June 15, 


1949 


FSO-3 -- 


9,130 


Oct. 20, 


1951 


FSS-4 --- 


8,409 


Nov. 21, 


1950 


FSS-6 — 


6,681 



.ssigned also to Managua, San Jos^, San Salvador, and Tegucigalpa; army liaison officer at British 

turas. ^ . , , , 

.ssigned to Guatemala, Managua, Mexico City, San Jose, San Salvador, and Tegucigalpa; naval liaison 

er at British Honduras; resident in Mexico City. 

Lssigned to Guatemala, Managua, San Jose', San Salvador, and Tegucigalpa. 



68 



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Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Port-au-Prince (E)- 
Continued. 



(AA, NA, & Air A) --- 



Cap Haitien (CA) 



Tegucigalpa (E) 



(AA, NA, & Air A) -- 



San Pearo Sula (C) 

La Ceiba (CA) 

Puerto Cortes (CA) 
Tela (CA) 

Budapest (L) 



(AA & Air A) 



HAITI— Continued 

David Post, 2d sec. ; v. c 

Vincent T. McKenna, 2d sec. ; v. c 

Slator C. Blackiston, Jr., 2d sec. ; v. c - 
Everett Coe, v. c 

Col. Valentine R. Smith, sr. mil. att. ; 

army att. 
Comdr. Paul Brennan Ryan, navaldtt. 

and naval att. for air. ^ 

Col. Robert J. Mason, air att. ^ 

Maj. William F. Pitts, asst. air att. ^ -- 
Capt. Clarence G. Rarick, asst. air att. ^ 

Curtis E. Hough, cons, agt 

HONDURAS 

John D. Erwin, A. E. and P 

James Henry Webb, Jr., att 

Byron E. Blankinship, 1st sec. ; cons — 

Samuel Owen Lane, 2d sec. ; cons 

Arden Edward duBois, v. c 

Robert L. Shields, v. c 

Charles G. Mueller, v. c 

Col. Samuel P. Walker, Jr. , army att.^-- 
Capt. Alvord John Greenacre, naval att. 

and naval att. for air.* 
Col. Charles H. Deerwester, air att.' -- 
Lt. Comdr. Joseph Merit TuUy, Jr., 

asst. naval att. and asst. naval att. 

for air. * 
Lt. Col. Theodore J. McAdam, asst. air 

att. 5 
Capt. Manuel J. Chavez, Jr., asst. air 

att.^ 

Alfred J. Pedersen, v. c 

John I. Copeland, v. c 

Charles Philip Torrey, v. c 

Loyal R. Baker, cons, agt 

J. F. Aycock, Jr., act. cons, agt 

Marion EUette Read, cons, agt 

HUNGARY 

Christian M. Ravndal, app. E. E. and 
M. P. 

George M. Abbott, couns. of leg 

Patrick O'Sheel, att 

Edward J. Thomas, att 

Harold S. Beyerly, asst. att 

William Edward Balazs, att 

Seymour M. Finger, 2d sec. ; v. c 

Emile W. Juhasz, v. c. ; att 

Col. Philip B. Stiness, army att 

Lt. Col. William A. Somerby, Jr., air 

att. 
Capt. William J. Mahoney, asst. army 

att. 



Aug. 18, 1950 
May 29, 1951 
Nov. 13, 1950 
Apr. 23, 1951 

June 20, 1951 

May 5, 1950 

Jan. 23, 1951 
June 29, 1949 
Oct. 18, 1949 

Dec. 28, 1944 



Feb. 2, 1951 
Sept. 13, 1948 
Nov. 25, 1947 
June 12, 1950 
Oct. 4, 1950 
Jan. 26, 1951 
Jan. 7, 1950 

Feb. 23, 1950 
June 2, 1950 

Mar. 16, 1950 
May 14, 1951 



June 7, 1951 
Aug. 4, 1950 



Jan. 25, 1951 
Dec. 18, 1951 
Oct. 1, 1949 
Nov. 1, 1948 
July 1, 1950 
Apr. 1, 1947 



Oct. 3, 1951 FSO-CM 

May 22, 1951 

Sept. 21, 1951 

Apr. 26, 1949 

Aug. 1, 1949 

June 27, 1950 

May 4, 1951 

July 4, 1945 



Nov. 15, 1951 
July 5, 1950 

Aug. 16, 1951 



^ Assigned also to and resident in Habana. 
Assigned also to Ciudad Trujillo and Habana; resident in Habana. 

^ Assigned also to Guatemala, Managua, San Jos^, and San Salvador; army liaison officer at British 
Honduras. 

* Assigned to Guatemala, Managua, Mexico City, San Jose, San Salvador, and Tegucigalpa; naval liai 
officer at British Honduras; r^ident in Mexico City. 

' Assigned to Guatemala, Managua, San Jose, San Salvador, and Tegucigalpa. 



Post 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



69 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Salary 



ICELAND 

Edward B. Lawson, E. E. and M. P 

Morris N. Hughes, couns. of leg. ; cons. 

gen. 

Nils William Olsson, 2d sec 

Dorothea Daly, info, officer 

Joseph A. Mendenhall, act. asst. chief 

of ECA mission. 

Sidney Sober, 2d sec. ; v. c 

Robert J. Gibbons, v.c 

Robert C. Ode, admin, officer 



July 22, 
July 20, 


1949 
1951 


FSO-1 - 
FSO-2 -- 


$ 11,130 


May 20, 
Feb. 27, 
Nov. 14, 


1950 
1950 
1949 


FSR-4 -- 
FSR-5 -- 
FSO-5 -- 


7,263 
6,113 
5,713 


May 25, 
Oct. 22, 
Dec. 20, 


1950 
1949 
1949 


FSO-5 -- 
FSS-8 — 
FSS-9 — 


5,513 
5,313 
4,899 



INDIA 

Chester Bowles, A. E. and P. ^ — 

Clifford C. Taylor, couns. of emb. 

Loyd V. Steere, couns. of emb. with 

personal rank of minister. ^ 
Everett F. Drumright, couns. of emb -- 
Clifford Henry Willson, dir. of TCA in 

India. 
Clare H. Timberlake, couns. of emb --- 
Henry L. Deimel, Jr., couns. of emb. 
for econ. affairs. 

Andrew Vincent Corry, att.* 

Wilson E. Sweeney, att 

Lewis Merkt Lind, att 

Henri Sokolove, att 

Robert A. Hancock, att -- 

Jaywalker, 1st sec; cons 

Henry J. Lawrence, att. ^ 

Evelyn Weeks Hersey, att 

Robert C. Creel, 1st sec; cons. ' - 

Konrad Bekker, att 

Clifford Manshardt, att 

Richard S. Leach, att 

Waide M. Condon, att 

Kenneth M. Barnes, att - 

Horace I. Poleman, att 

Jean Joyce, att 

George Etzel Pearcy, att. ^ 

Dorothy M. Spencer, att 

Joseph I. Krene, att 

Howard Brandon, 2d sec; cons 

John E. Guiney, Jr., att 

Eugene D. Sawyer, asst. 
Homer Cash Kaye, att ■ 
Douglas N. For man, Jr., 

sec. ; V. c 
Gilford Willis Remington, 
att. 7 

Royal D. Bisbee, Jr., asst. att 

Elizabeth G. Robb, asst. att 

LeRoy Makepeace, att. ^ 

Marion Daniel Bailey, asst. att 

Carl Oscar Winberg, asst. att 

Theodore R. Frye, att 

Edith G. Wall, asst. att 

Harold Carl Voorhees, asst. att 

Charles L. Mullin, Jr., asst. att - 

Marguerite A. Brown, asst. att 

WiUis David Lansford, supervisor of 
constr . 



att 



2d 



asst. 



Oct. 10, 
Mar. 26, 
Feb. 21, 



July 

Nov. 

Dec. 

Nov. 

Aug. 
Aug. 



17, 

25, 

1-, 
2, 

18, 
3, 
Sept. 11, 
May 28, 
May 1, 
Dec 30, 
Mar. 31, 
Mar. 1, 
Dec. 3, 
June 15, 
Sept. 26, 
Nov. 16, 
June 1 , 
July 20, 
Dec 5, 
Nov. 2, 
May 24, 
Mar. 13, 
June 28, 
July 1, 
June 
July 
Oct. 
Mar 



6 

6, 

20, 

3, 



1951 
1947 
1950 

1951 
1951 

1950 
1949 

1947 

1951 

1951 

1948 

1950 

1949 

1950 

1948 

1949 

1951 

1951 

1951 

1951 

1951 

1949 

1951 

1951 

1950 

1951 

1949 

1950 

1951 

1949 

1950 



Aug. 4, 1949 

Sept. 28, 1951 
Sept. 12, 1947 
Oct. 19, 1949 
May 1, 
Oct. 21, 
Feb. 18, 
May 16, 
Apr. 22, 
Jan. 12, 
July 18, 



1951 
1949 
1950 
1950 
1949 
1951 
1951 



Sept. 26, 1951 



FSO-1 - 
FSO-1 - 

FSO-1 - 
TCA-1 - 

FSO-2 - 
FSO-2 - 

FSS-1 - 

FSR-3 ■ 

FSR-3 

FSS-2 

FSS-3 

FSO-3 

FSS-2 — 

FSS-3 -- 

FSO-3 — 

FSR-3 — 

FSR-3 -- 

FSR-3 — 

FSR-4 -- 

FSS-4 -- 

FSR-4 -- 

FSS-4 -- 

FSS-5 -- 

FSR-4 — 

FSS-5 -- 

FSO-4 -- 

FSS-6 — 

FSR-5 — 

FSS-7 -- 

FSO-5 — 

FSR-5 — 

FSS-7 -- 
FSS-7 -- 
FSS-7 -- 
FSS-7 -- 
FSS-8 -■ 
FSR-5 - 
FSS-8 - 
FSS-8 - 
FSS-8 - 
FSS-8 - 
FSS-9 - 



14, 300 
14, 300 

13, 200 
12, 800 

11,850 
11, 500 

10, 550 
10, 330 
10, 030 
9,470 
9,441 
9,430 
9,230 
9,201 
9,130 
9,130 
9,130 
9,130 
8,863 
8,169 
8, 163 
7,929 
7,275 
7,263 
7,095 
6,963 
6,681 
6,313 
6,267 
6,113 

6,113 

6,087 
5,907 
5,907 
5,907 
5,673 
5,513 
5,493 
5,313 
5,313 
5,313 
5,079 



Accredited also as E. E. and M. P. to Nepal. 

Assigned also as att. at Katmandu. 

Assigned also to Katmandu. 

Assigned also to Colombo, Karachi, Katmandu, and Rangoon. 

Assigned also to Colombo, Dacca, Kabul, Karachi, and Lahore. 
Assigned also to Colombo, Kabul, Karachi, and Rangoon. 



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Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



New Delhi (E)--Continued - 



(A A, NA, & Air A) — - 



Bombay (CG) 



Calcutta (CG) 



Madras (CG) 



INDIA- -Continued 

Harrison Parker, program asst. (Point 

Four). 
Jack Masey, asst. att 

Alan L. Campbell, Jr., 3d sec; v. c — 

Col. Morris K. Henderson, army att. ^ — 
Capt. Clarence Edward Cortner, 

naval att. and naval att. for air. 
Lt. Col. Robert B. Sullivan, air att. ^ — 
Maj. Joseph E. Stopp, asst. army att -- 

Capt. June C. Caton, asst. army att 

Capt. John H. Painter, asst. army att -- 
Lt. Hayes Ashton Dorr, asst. naval att. 

and asst. naval att. for air. 
Lt. (jg) Walter Barron Wilton Wilson, 

asst. naval att. and asst. naval att. for 

air. 
Maj. Robert G. Crowder, asst. air att. - 
1st Lt. Robert L. Tillotson, asst. air 

att. ^ 

Prescott Childs, cons. gen. ^ 

W. Clyde Dunn, cons. ^ 

James G. Evans, cons 

Robert William Ehrman, cons 

Giles A. Hubert, cons 

Jacob Edward Oglesby, v.c 

William Davis Rutter, v.c 

Thomas Edward Munce, Jr., v.c 

Albert W. Hennig, v.c 

Georgiana C. Remer, v.c 

Catherine Scott, librarian 

David H. Ernst, v.c 

George W. Small, v.c 

Daniel H. Lewis, v.c 

Corey B. Sanderson, v.c 

Lawrence B. Wilson, v.c 

Harry G. Barnes, Jr., v.c 

Evan M. Wilson, cons. gen. i 

George A. Mann, cons 

Dudley Chase Bostwick, econ. officer — 

Garrett H. Soulen, cons 

Robert H. Linn, cons, att 

John W. Moyer, motion picture officer - 
John Hanly Esterline, cultural affairs 
officer. 

William G. Gibson, v.c 

Frances H. Baker, v.c 

Nicholas G. Thacher, v.c. "^ 

Eugene V. Harris, v.c 

Phillip I. LaSage, v.c 

Jane Fairweather, librarian 

Glenn Lee Smith, v.c 

Gerrit J. W. Heyneker, admin, officer - 

Paul Cameron Sherbert, cons 

Robert Rossow, Jr., cons 

Stanley A. McGeary, cons 

Martin Deutsch, v.c 

Robert A. Christopher, v.c 

Gordon P. Hagberg, v.c 

Helen Randolph Sexton, v.c 

Harold George Joslf, v.c 

Jesse R. Core, 3d, v.c 

Ralph E. Purcell, v.c 

Harold M. Otwell, v.c 



Dec. 5, 1951 

July 25, 1951 
Aug. 14, 1951 

Sept. 13, 1951 
Feb. 10, 1949 

Apr. 25, 1950 

Dec. 15, 1949 

July 14, 1951 

Oct. 16, 1951 

Apr. 1, 1950 

July 9, 1951 



June 26, 1951 
Feb. 15, 1949 



Oct. 18 
Aug. 5 
Aug. 6 
Mar. 1 
Mar. 27 
May 31 
Sept. 15 
Nov. 15 
Dec. 4 
Mar. 15 
Sept. 25 
Apr. 6 
May 15 
Nov. 23 
Sept. 20 
May 9 
Feb. 2 

Apr. 5 
Oct. 17 
Dec. 10 
Apr. 13 
Sept. 3 
Aug. 15 
Sept. 13: 

July 26 
May 21 

May 4 
Nov. 8 
Mar. 22 
Sept. 26 
Apr. 18 
Jan. 25 
July 18 
May 18 
Aug. 26 
Dec. 3 
June 6 
Jan. 24 
Aug. 11 
Mar. 23 
Apr. 25 
May 30 
Nov. 8 



1950 
1950 
1950 
1951 
1951 
1951 
1951 
1950 
1950 
1951 
1951 
1950 
1950 
1950 
1949 
1951 
1951 

1950 
1950 
1951 
1951 
1949 
1951 
1951 

1949 
1950 
1950 
1949 
1950 
1950 
1951 
1951 
1951 
1949 
1949 
1951 
1950 
1950 
1950 
1951 
1951 
1951 
1951 



FSS-9 -- 

FSS-9 
FSO-6 



FSO-2 
FSR-3 
FSS-2 
FSR-4 
FSO-4 
FSS-6 
FSS-6 
FSS-7 
FSS-7 
FSS-7 
FSS-7 
FSO-5 
FSS-8 
FSS-8 
FSO-5 
FSS-9 
FSO-6 

FSO-2 

FSS-2 
FSR-3 
FSO-4 
FSS-5 
FSS-6 
FSS-6 

FSO-5 
FSR-5 
FSO-5 
FSS-8 
FSR-5 
FSS-8 
FSR-5 
FSS-9 
FSR-4 
FSO-4 
FSS-7 
FSS-7 
FSO-5 
FSS-8 
FSS-8 
FSO-5 
FSR-5 
FSS-8 
FSS-8 



Assigned also to Katmandu. 
' Assigned also to Portuguese possessions in India. 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



71 



Post 



as (CO)— Continued- 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



INDIA- -Continued 

Elsie Aileen Adertor, v.c 

Donald C. Horan, v.c 

Ruth Jane Cain, v.c 



Category 
and class 



Salary 



Nov. 30, 


1951 


FSS-8 - 


$ 5,313 


May 17, 


1951 


FSS-9 -- 


4,899 


July 16, 


1951 


FSS-9 — 


4,719 



INDONESIA 



arta (formerly 
tavia) (E). 



(AA, NA, & Air A) --- 



Ian (C) 



abaya (C) 



iran (E) 



H. Merle Cochran, A. E. and P 

H. Merrell Benninghoff, couns. of emb. ; 
cons. gen. 

Willard Anderson Hanna, att 

Albin C. Bro, att 

Lawrence W. Doran, asst. econ. 
commr. 

Willard O. Brown, 1st sec; cons 

Joseph W. Vander Laan, att 

Walter Peter Guzzardi, Jr., att 

Vidkunn Ulriksson, att 

CushmanC. Reynolds, att 

Emory C. Swank, 2d sec; cons 

Alfred E. Downs, public affairs 

officer. 
Lubert O. Sanderhoff, 2d sec; cons --■ 

Robert C. Bone, Jr., 2d sec; v.c 

William B. Kelly, v.c 

Kathryn Dorothy Zinkeler McCoy, dis- 
bursing officer. 
Cherry C. Stubbs, disbursing officer -- 

Roberta McKay, asst. att 

Dorothea Western, librarian 

Ralph C. Rehberg, asst. att 

Milton W. Meyer, 3d sec; v.c 

Frederick Joseph, 3d sec; v.c 

Col. Thomas W. Munford, sr. mil. att.; 

army att. 
Lt. Col. Glenn Lester Todd, naval att. 

and naval att. for air. 

Maj. Thomas E. Stewart, air att 

Maj. Donald L. Husman, asst. 

army att. 
Lt. Comdr. Clifton Eugene Cantlon, 

asst. naval att. and asst. naval att. 

for air. 
Lt. (jg) Edward Ainsworth Horr, asst. 

naval att. 

James W. Gould, v.c 

Clayton H. Bower, v.c 

John Clark Kimball, public affairs 
officer. 

Edward W. Mill, cons 

James A. Elliot, cons, att 

Albert C. Cizauskas, v.c 

William M. Decker, v.c 

IRAN 

Loy W. Henderson, A. E. and P 

William Elmo Warne, dir. of 

TCA in Iran. 
Arthur L. Richards, couns. of emb -- 
John G. Evans, chief of Div. of Rural 

Improvement. 

Horace V. Geib, att. ^ 

Robert M. Carr, couns. of emb 

Warren A. Silver, att 



Dec. 28, 1949 


FSO-CM- 




Mar. 12, 1951 


FSO-2 — 


12,200 


Oct. 21, 1947 


FSS-2 — 


9,470 


Aug. 18, 1950 


FSR-3 -- 


9,430 


Feb. 9, 1951 


FSS-2 -- 


9,230 


Feb. 14, 1950 


FSO-3 -- 


9,130 


Apr. 29, 1947 


FSS-3 — 


8,961 


Dec. 6, 1950 


FSS-4 — 


8,649 


Aug. 17, 1951 


FSS-3 — 


8,481 


June 20, 1951 


FSR-4 — 


7,563 


Sept. 15, 1949 


FSO-4 — 


7,263 


Mar. 25, 1951 


FSS-5 -- 


7,095 


June 20, 1951 


FSO-4 -- 


6,963 


June 1, 1951 


FSO-5 - 


5,713 


Apr. 25, 1950 


FSS-8 - 


5,673 


Nov. 13, 1951 


FSS-8 — 


5,673 


May 2, 1950 


FSS-8 — 


5,313 


Feb. 8, 1951 


FSS-8 — 


5,313 


Nov. 4, 1950 


FSS-9 -- 


4,899 


May 2, 1950 


FSS-9 -- 


4,719 


Jan. 18, 1951 


FSO-6 -- 


4,593 


Aug. 7, 1951 


FSO-6 - 


4,193 


June 9, 1950 






July 17, 1951 






Dec. 28, 1950 






Apr. 27, 1950 






June 8, 1950 






Mar. 10, 1951 






Nov. 17, 1950 


FSO-5 -- 


5,513 


Jan. 14, 1950 


FSS-9 — 


4,899 


June 27, 1951 


FSS-9 -- 


4,719 


Feb. 8, 1950 


FSR-4 - 


8,863 


Mar. 16, 1950 


FSS-5 — 


7,275 


Mar. 13, 1950 


FSS-8 — 


5,493 


July 10, 1950 


FSS-8 - 


5,493 


Sept. 19, 1951 


FSO-CM 




Nov. 8, 1951 


TCA-1 -- 


12,800 


May 24, 1949 


FSO-2 — 


11,850 


Aug. 28, 1951 


TCA-2 -- 


11, 130 


June 13, 1949 


FSR-3 — 


11,030 


July 6, 195C 


FSO-3 — 


10,330 


Sept. 10, 1951 


FSR-3 - 


10, 030 



Assigned also to Jidda. 



72 



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Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Tehran (E)--Cantinued 



(AA, NA, & Air A) 



IRAN- -Continued 

Roy M. Melbourne, 1st sec. ; cons 

C. Edward Wells, 1st sec 

Ernest Franklin Fox. att 

N. Spencer Barnes, 1st sec; cons --• 

Theodore C. Young, att 

James J. Goulden, exec. officer^TCA 

country staff. 

Robert B. Parke, att 

John R. Bruce, att 

F. Taylor Gurney, att 

George McDonald, att 

Walter C. McPherson, att 

Clary Thompson, att 

Horace Franklin Byrne, chief of Field 

Party. 

Roger Goiran, att 

Stanley R. Lawson, att 

John A. Wedda, att 

John L. Hamilton, att 

C. H. Walter Howe, 2d sec 

John H. Stutesman, Jr. , 2d sec. ; 

cons. 
Eladio M. Izquierdo, property and 

procurement officer. 

W. Allan Jackson, att 

Anthony Cuomo, asst. att 

Charles C. Gidney, Jr., 2d sec; 

cons. 
Raymond E. Kolb, gen. sers. officer - 

Charles C. Finch, att. ^ 

Mary Routh Buchanan, asst. att 

John H. Waller, asst. att 

Arthur Haddon Hopkins, Jr. , asst. 

aU. 

Elizabeth Lee Engdahl, v.c 

Stuart B. Campbell, Jr., 2d sec. ; v. c - 
Robert J. Minges, research asst. , 

Div. of Rural Improvement. 

Bernard F. Deren, v.c 

Helen H. Bennett, asst. att 

James A. Cook, asst. att 

Jay F. Steinmetz, budget and fiscal 

officer . 
Robert Lisle Steiner, Jr., asst. att 

James T. Caldwell, asst. att 

Margaret E. Andersen, disbursing 

officer. 

John D. MoUeson, asst. att 

Lewis Hoffacker, 3d sec. ; v.c 

Harry R. Melone, Jr., 3d sec; v.c -- 

Col. John I. Hincke, sr. mil. att.; 

army att. 
Lt. Comdr. Eric Wilton Pollard, 

naval att. and naval att. for air. 

Lt. Col. James L. Cole, air att 

Maj. Tyron E. Tisdale, 

asst. army att. 
1st Lt. George B. Carrington, asst. 

army att. 
1st Lt. Ernest Keith Davis, asst. naval 

att. and asst. naval att. for air. 
Maj. Albert E. Zellefrow, asst. air 

att. 

Capt. Jack W. Clark, asst. air att 

Capt. Michael J. Hansinger, asst. air 

att. 



July 


13. 


1951 


FSO-3 


Nov. 


3, 


1949 


FSR-3 


Sept. 


8, 


1950 


FSR-3 


July 


1, 


1949 


FSO-3 


Feb. 


12, 


1951 


FSR-3 


Sept 


9, 


1951 


TCA-3 


Apr. 


15, 


1950 


FSR-4 


Oct. 


1, 


1951 


FSR-4 


Jan. 


16, 


1946 


FSS-3 


Mar 


31, 


1951 


FSS-3 


Jan. 


15, 


1951 


FSR-4 


Mar 


20, 


1951 


FSR-4 


Sept 


23, 


1951 


TCA-4 


Oct. 


1, 


1948 


FSS-4 


Nov. 


3, 


1950 


FSS-4 


July 


12, 


1951 


FSS-4 


Sept 


13, 


1949 


FSR-4 


Aug. 


24, 


1950 


FSO-4 


June 24, 


1949 


FSO-4 


Oct. 


16, 


1951 


TCA-4 


May 


26, 


1951 


FSS-6 


Feb. 


1, 


1951 


FSS-7 


Jan. 


12, 


1950 


FSO-5 


Mar 


1, 


1949 


FSS-7 


Oct. 


2, 


1950 


FSS-7 


Mar 


14, 


1949 


FSS-7 


Nov. 


1, 


1950 


FSS-7 


Dec. 


12, 


1951 


FSS-7 


Feb. 


15, 


1949 


FSS-8 


Oct. 


2, 


1951 


FSO-5 


Sept 


20, 


1951 


TCA-5 


Mar 


30, 


1950 


FSS-8 


Mar 


29 


1951 


FSS-8 


Apr. 


13, 


1951 


FSS-8 


Aug. 


17, 


1951 


FSS-8 


Mar. 


14, 


1950 


FSS-9 


Feb. 


1, 


1S51 


FSS-9 


Dec. 


28, 


1950 


FSS-9 


July 


27, 


1951 


FSS-9 


Feb. 


1, 


1951 


FSO-6 


Nov. 


26, 


1951 


FSO-6 


Aug. 


30, 


1950 




Feb. 


1, 


1951 




July 


24, 


1950 




Apr. 


14, 


1951 




Dec. 


10, 


1949 




Feb. 


21, 


1951 




Sept. 


26, 


1951 




June 29, 


1949 




Oct. 


7, 


1949 





^Assigned to Iran, 
State of Kuwait. 



Iraq, Saudi Arabia, and the adjacent Sheikhdoms in the Persian GuH area including the 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



73 



Post 



•an (E)- -Continued 
(AA, NA, & Air A)- 
Continued. 



lan (C) 

hed (C) 

piz (C) 



hdad (E) 



(AA, NA, & Air A) --- 



3ra (C) 



blin (Baile Atha Cliath) 

;e). 



(AA & Air A) 



Name and title 



Asslg^nment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Salary 



IRAN- -Continued 

Capt. Luther W. Freas, asst. air att --- 
Capt. Robert H. Toombs, asst. air att -- 
1st Lt. Frank N. Nance, asst. air att -- 



J. Hall Paxton, cons 

Elwood Bishop Acker, public affairs 
officer. 

Robin E. Steussy, cons 

James M. Roche, v. c 

William C. Burdett, Jr., cons 

Charles W. Cox, v.c 



Dec. 7, 1950 
Mar. 28, 1951 
Jan. 24, 1951 



July 18, 
Nov. 7, 



1951 
1951 



Mar. 30, 1951 
Feb. 17, 1949 
Aug. 24, 
Mar. 3, 



Oliver S. Crosby, v. 



c July 19, 



1950 
1950 
1950 



IRAQ 



Edward S. Crocker, 2d, A. E. and P --- 

Philip W. Ireland, couns. of emb 

Harry Leroy Smith, 1st sec; cons 

J. Forrest Crawford, att. ^ 

John Ralph Barrow, 2d sec. ; cons 

Claude Marcus Cannon, admin, officer -- 

Charles C. Finch, att. ^ 

David Dunlop Newson, 2d sec. ; v.c 

Milton C. Walstrom, 2d sec; v.c 

Joseph Fergus McFarland, 2d sec. ; v.c - 

Constance E. Stone, librarian 

Albert C. Fox, asst. att. ^ 

Clifton Virginia Riley, v. c 

Richard Anthony Kerin, Jr., asst. att— - 

Marvin Ward Cramer, asst. att 

William R. Beckett, 3d sec; v. c 

Jack B. Button, 3d sec; v. c 

Charles L. Widney, v.c 

Lt. Col. Edmimd F. DriscoU, army att - 
Col. Wilbur James McNenny, naval att. 

and naval att. for air. 
Lt. Col. Thomas B. Summers, air att -- 
Capt. Wilbur C. Eveland, Jr., asst. army 

att. 
Lt. Walter Charles Bodger, asst. naval 

att. and asst. naval att. for air. 
Maj. Donald H. Humphries, asst. air att - 
Capt. Robert J. Hefling, asst. air att 



Sept. 28, 
June 25, 
June 18, 
Dec 10, 
Sept. 11, 
Mar. 29, 
Jan. 12, 
Nov. 21, 
Nov. 17, 
Apr. 26, 
Dec. 5, 
May 12, 
Apr. 11, 
July 29, 
July 5, 
Apr. 18, 
Mar. 10, 
Nov. 20, 



1948 

1951 

1951 

1947 

1951 

1950 

1951 

1951 

1948 

1949 

1949 

1950 

1949 

1951 

1951 

1951 

1949 

1951 



4. 



Daniel Gaudin, Jr., cons - 
Robert E. Moberly, v.c -- 
Edward C. Lynch, Jr., v.c 



Apr. 26, 1950 
Sept. 20, 1950 

Aug. 29, 1950 
Mar. 24, 1950 

Jan. 31, 1951 

Dec. 9, 1949 
Apr. 23, 1949 

Nov. 16, 1950 
Apr. 5, 1950 
Nov. 3, 1950 



FSO-3 ■ 

FSS-8 ■ 

FSO-5 

FSS-U 

FSO-4 

FSS-6 

FSO-5 



FSO-1 

FSO-3 

FSO-3 

FSS-5 

FSR-4 

FSS-7 

FSS-7 

FSO-5 

FSO-5 

FSO-5 

FSS-8 

FSS-8 

FSS-9 

FSS-9 

FSS-9 

FSO-6 

FSO-6 

FSO-6 



IRELAND (EIRE) 

Francis P. Matthews, A. E. and P 

Cloyce K. Huston, couns. of emb 

William B. Lockling, 1st sec; att 

Garland C. Routt, att 

James L. Lee, att 

William H. Christensen, 2d sec; cons -- 

Stephen B. Vaughan, cons 

Robert W. Caldwell, v.c 

Elizabeth C. Bouch, asst. att 

Henry A. Lagasse, v.c 

Frances M. Dabell, v.c --- 

Lawrence John Moran, gen. sers. officer 

Col. Harold D. Kehm, sr. mil. att.; army 

att. 
Col. Oswald W. Lunde, air att 



July 6, 
May 14, 
June 16, 
May 22, 
Feb. 20, 
Dec. 22, 
May 4, 
Mar. 23, 
Jime 4, 
Feb. 2, 
June 7, 
Jan. 23, 



1951 
1951 
1949 
1950 
1951 
1949 
1951 
1948 
1945 
1951 
1948 
1950 



June 30, 1950 
Nov. 16, 1948 



$ 9, 130 
5,493 

6,113 
4,407 
7,563 
6,501 
5,513 



10, 330 
10, 030 
8,115 
7,263 
6,807 
5,907 
5,513 
5,313 
5,313 
5,313 
5,313 
4,899 
4,899 
4,719 
4,593 
4,393 
4,193 



FSO-3 - 
FSO-5 - 
FSS-10- 



FSO-2 
FSO-3 
FSR-3 

FSS-4 
FSO-4 
FSS-5 
FSS-7 
FSS-8 
FSS-8 
FSS-9 
FSS-9 



9,430 
5,313 
4,443 



12,200 
10, 330 
9,130 
7,689 
7,263 
7,095 
6,087 
5,493 
5,493 
5,079 
4,899 



^Assigned also to Beirut and Damascus; resiaent in Beirut. . ,,. „ rb,i* ,^<., inri.iHinp- thP 

' Assigned to Iran, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, and the adjacent Sheikhdoms m the Persian Gulf area mcludmg the 



ite of Kuwait. 

^ Assigned also as asst. att. at Beirut and Cairo; asst. consular att. 

' Assigned also to Beirut and Damascus. 



at Nicosia. 



74 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 1952 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



IRELAND (EIRE)--Continued 

Cork (C) - I Nicholas S. Lakas, v.c |Aug. 30, 1950| FSS-9 -- 

ISRAEL 



Tel Aviv (E) 



(AA & Air A) 



Haifa (C) 



Rome (Roma) (E) 



and P 

dir. of TCA in 



Monnett B. Davis, A. E. 
Bruce William McDaniel 

Israel. 
Erwin P. Keeler, 1st sec. ; cons -- 
Owen T. Jones, 1st sec. ; cons — 

Leonard Ware, att 

Steven D. Zagorski, att 

Milton Fried, att 

Emily Alice Ericcson, att 

Woodrow Wilson Kelly, asst. att 

Justie E. Gist, asst. att 

Anna Marie Davis, asst. att 

David L. Gamon, 2d sec; v.c — 

Oliver L. Troxel, 2d sec; v.c 

Edward W. Holmes, 2d sec; v.c - 

Scott George, 2d sec. ; v. c 

Richard Norman Tetlie, asst. att - 
Margaret M. Barrett, admin, asst 
Helen E. Sheehy, disbursing officer 
William D. Cole, asst. att 
Augustus L. I>utman, 3d sec. ; v. c 



Col. Samuel C. Gurney, Jr., sr. mil. 

att. ; air att. 
Maj. Reed A. Booth, army att 

Maj. Ellis V. Widney, asst. air att 

Capt. Thomas F. Brubaker, asst. air att- 

Wilber P. Chase, cons 

James A. May, v. c 

Normand William Redden, v.c 

Edward J. Thrasher, v.c 

Jesse D. Dean, v.c 



Feb. 


1. 


1951 


Oct. 


14, 


1951 


Apr. 


18, 


1951 


Aug. 


31, 


1950 


Oct. 


29, 


1949 


July 


11, 


1951 


Dec. 


2, 


1949 


July 


30, 


1951 


Oct. 


19, 


1951 


Aug. 


18, 


1950 


Oct. 


12, 


1949 


June 


8, 


1951 


May 


16, 


1949 


Apr. 


11, 


1950 


Aug. 


24, 


1950 


Nov. 


15, 


1948 


Aug. 


8. 


1951 


July 


19, 


1950 


Jan. 


30, 


1951 


Aug. 


13, 


1951 


Sept. 


29, 


1950 


May 


4, 


1950 


June 


6, 


1951 


Dec. 


15, 


1949 


Oct. 


5, 


1951 


Sept. 


27, 


1949 


Sept. 


29, 


1949 


Nov. 


19, 


1951 


Dec. 


15, 


1949 



ITALY 



James Clement Dunn, A. E. and P 

Joseph E. Jacobs, minister (MDAP) 

Alfred T. Nester, couns. of emb. (cons. 

gen. ) 2 
Llewellyn E. Thompson, Jr., couns. of 

emb. with rank of minister. 

Thomas A. Lane, labor att. (ECA) 

Norris B. Chipman, couns. of emb 

Robert B. Eichholz, att 

Lloyd A. Free, couns. of emb 

Howard R. Cottam, couns. of emb 

Outerbridge Horsey, couns. of emb 

Lionel M. Summers, att 

Vincent M. Barnett, Jr., att. (ECA) — 
Carlos J. Warner, 1st sec; cons, gen — 

J. Winsor Ives, 1st sec. ; cons 

John B. Ocheltree, 1st sec. ; cons, gen - 

Gaze Elmer Lukas, att 

William Hurley Doyle, att 

Henry I. Jorgensen, att 

James A. McDevitt, att* 

Theodore J. Hohenthal, 1st sec. ; cons -- 

Heath Bowman, att 

Robert Carl Tetro, att 

Sydney L. W. Mellen, 1st sec. ; cons 

Fulton Freeman, 1st sec; cons 

Edward L. Freers, 1st sec; cons 

Franklin P. Holcomb, att 

William M. Doerflinger, att 

John Gordon Ahlers, supervisor ofconstr- 
Edward Francis Donnelly, att 



July 


25, 


1946 


Dec. 


19, 


1949 


June 


15, 


1950 


June 


10, 


1950 


June 


1, 


1949 


Mar. 


15, 


1950 


Dec. 


1, 


1949 


Apr. 


3, 


1950 


Apr. 


8, 


1946 


Dec. 


22, 


1947 


Sept. 


22, 


1947 


Feb. 


6, 


1951 


Jan. 


21, 


1950 


Mar. 


1, 


1948 


May 


22, 


1951 


May 


15, 


1947 


June 


7, 


1951 


Feb. 


16, 


1951 


Sept. 


12, 


1951 


June 


15, 


1950 


Jan. 


6, 


1951 


June 


30, 


1950 


July 


20, 


1950 


May 


22, 


1951 


July 


30, 


1951 


Feb. 


24, 


1950 


Sept. 


18, 


1950 


Mar. 


11, 


1949 


Oct. 


20, 


1951 



FSO-CM- 
FSR-i -- 

FSO-2 — 

FSO-3 -- 

FSR-4 -- 

FSS-4 -- 

FSS-4 -- 

FSS-4 -- 

FSS-7 -- 

FSS-7 -- 

FSS-8 -- 

FSO-5 — 

FSO-5 -- 

FSO-5 -- 

FSO-5 -- 

FSS-9 -- 

FSS-9 -- 

FSS-9 -- 

FSS-9 -- 

FSO-6 -- 



FSO-4 
FSO-5 
FSS-8 
FSO-5 
FSO-6 



FSO-CM- 
FSO-CM- 
FSO-1 — 

FSO-1 — 

FSR-1 -- 
FSO-2 -- 
FSR-2 -- 
FSR-2 -- 
FSO-2 -- 
FSO-2 -- 
FSS-1 -- 
FSS-1 -- 
FSO-3 -- 
FSO-3 -- 
FSO-3 -- 
FSS-1 -- 
FSS-1 — 
FSR-3 -- 
FSR-3 -- 
FSO-3 -- 
FSR-3 -- 
FSS-2 -- 
FSO-3 -- 
FSO-3 -- 
FSO-3 -- 
FSR-3 -- 
FSR-3 -- 
FSS-2 -- 
FSS-2 -- 



Performs limited consular services. 
^ Assigned also as cons. gen. at Naples. 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



75 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Salary 



ITALY— Continued 



Paul E. Geier, 1st sec; cons 

Donald A. Bullard, att 

John P. McKnight, att 

Arthur Reef, att 

Arthur Menken, att 

Elizabeth Humes, 2d sec; cons 

William N. Fraleigh, 2d sec; cons 

William B. S?le, att 

Albert E. Pappano, 2d sec; cons 

Frank G. Siscoe, 2d sec. ; cons 

Harry R. Stritman, att. ^ 

George C. Minor, asst. att 

James L. O'SuUivan, 2d sec. ; cons 

Ralph W. Beck, att 

Herrin F. Culver, att 

William E. Knight, 2d, 2d sec; cons --- 
Harry H. Bell, asst. chief of trade div. 

(ECA). 

Edward C. Fenimore, att 

Stephen C. Worster, cons 

Eleanor Mitchell, att 

James V. Brennan, asst. att.;v.c 

Josephine Pasquini, v.c 

Norman Vere Schute, asst. att 

John Pazourek, constr. supervisor 

Daniel L. McCarthy, att 

Niemann A. Terry, Jr., att 

Kenneth Opstein, att 

Peter Di Domenico, info, officer 

Virginia E. McGonigal, asst. att 

Peter J. Skoufis, veterans affairs officer - 

Charles E. Higdon, 2d sec; v.c 

William H. Hardage, communications 

supervisor. 

Myrtis Coltharp, asst. att 

Edward S. McClary, veterans affairs 

officer. 

Felix S. Verity, v.c 

Septimus Shepherd, records supervisor -- 

Elvira P. Martin, asst. att 

E. Allen Fidel, 2d sec; act. chief of 

trade div. (ECA). 

Robert W. Weise, Jr., 2d sec; v.c 

Clifton B. Haughton, asst. att 

Eric Berthold Shearer, asst. att 

Honor Cecilia McCusker, asst. att 

Helen M. Bailey, v.c 

Matthew J. Looram, Jr. , 2d sec. ; v. c --■ 

Dwight E. Scarbrough, 2d sec; v.c 

Bruce N. Miller, asst. att 

Edna T. Flach, asst. att - 

Giacomo Cacciatore, veterans affairs 

officer. 

Lois M. Berney, pol. analyst 

Bernice M. Hemmingsen, asst. att 

Lyda Mae Francis, v.c 

Vincent Russo, econ. asst 

Robert Finley Delaney, librarian 

Barbara M. White, asst. att 

Rose E. Hoffman, sec 

Paul D. McCusker, asst. att 

James Donald Duffey, v.c 

Margaret A. Reilly, admin, asst 

Helen B. Wilson, personnel asst 

Mary T. Chiavarini, sec 

Matilde Sinclaire, biographic reporting 

asst. 
Gertrude S. Hooker, cultural affairs asst 

John J. Shea, 3d sec; v.c 

Richard F. W. Wolford, asst. att 



Oct. 


22, 


1951 


Sept. 


13, 


1948 


Oct. 


18, 


1951 


Feb. 


9, 


1951 


Aug. 


14, 


1951 


Aug. 


26, 


1949 


Nov. 


15, 


1950 


Dec. 


16, 


1949 


Apr. 


27, 


1948 


Feb. 


9, 


1950 


Sept. 


5, 


1946 


Oct. 


26, 


1949 


Sept. 


10, 


1951 


Oct. 


15, 


1948 


June 


28, 


1951 


Oct. 


30, 


1947 


July 


24, 


1950 


Sept. 


8, 


1949 


July 


21, 


1949 


Apr. 


20, 


1951 


Dec. 


8, 


1949 


Feb. 


9, 


1950 


Apr. 


u, 


1950 


June 


16, 


1950 


Dec. 


18, 


1950 


Mar. 


18, 


1951 


July 


7, 


1951 


Apr. 


27, 


1950 


Feb. 


10, 


1950 


Dec. 


21, 


1950 


Sept. 


19, 


1949 


Feb. 


1, 


1945 


June 


29, 


1950 


July 


13, 


1951 


Aug. 


13, 


1951 


Aug. 


15, 


1944 


Aug. 


9, 


1950 


July 


1, 


1949 


July 


14, 


1950 


Feb. 


27, 


1951 


Aug. 


30, 


1949 


June 


19, 


1950 


Nov. 


27, 


1950 


May 


17, 


1948 


Jan. 


27, 


1951 


June 


29, 


1951 


June 


7, 


1950 


Dec 


11, 


1950 


Jan. 


10, 


1951 


Apr. 


18, 


1951 


Dec. 


17, 


1951 


Mar 


15, 


1949 


May 


22, 


1951 


Jan. 


26, 


1951 


Jan. 


9, 


1947 


Oct. 


1. 


1950 


June 


8, 


1951 


July 


29, 


1945 


Sept 


13, 


1949 


Sept 


29, 


1949 


Aug. 


11, 


1950 


July 


18, 


1951 


Jan. 


24, 


1951 


Mar 


• 4, 


19511 



FSO-3 
FSR-3 
FSR-3 
FSR-4 
FSR-4 
FSO-4 
FSO-4 
FSR-4 
FSO-4 
FSO-4 
FSS-4 
FSS-4 
FSO-4 
FSR-4 
FSR-4 
FSO-4 
FSO-4 

FSS-5 
FSS-6 
FSR-4 
FSS-6 
FSS-6 
FSS-6 
FSS-6 
FSS-6 
FSS-6 
FSS-6 
FSS-7 
FSS-7 
FSS-7 
FSO-5 
FSS-8 

FSS-8 
FSS-8 

FSS-8 
FSS-8 
FSS-8 
FSO-5 

FSO-5 
FSR-5 
FSS-8 
FSS-8 
FSS-8 
FSO-5 
FSO-5 
FSR-5 
FSS-8 
FSS-8 

FSS-8 
FSS-8 
FSS-8 
FSS-9 
FSS-9 
FSR-6 
FSS-9 
FSS-9 
FSS-9 
FSS-9 
FSS-9 
FSS-9 
FSS-9 

FSS-9 
FSO-6 
FSR-6 



$9,130 
9, 130 
9, 130 
8,863 
8,863 
8,763 
8,463 
8,463 
8,163 
8, 163 
7,929 
7,689 
7, 563 
7,563 
7,563 
7,263 
7,263 

7,095 
7,041 
6,963 
6,681 
6,681 
6, 501 
6,501 
6,501 
6, 501 
6,501 
6,447 
6,267 
6,267 
5,913 
5,853 

5,853 
5,853 

5,853 
5,673 
5,673 
5,513 

5,513 
5,513 
5,493 
5,493 
5,493 
5,313 
5,313 
5,313 
5,313 
5,313 

5,313 
5,313 
5,313 
5,079 
5,079 
4,993 
4,899 
4,899 
4,899 
4,719 
4,719 
4,719 
4,719 

4,719 
4,593 
4,393 



ssigned also to Athens and Trieste. 



987058 O - 52 



76 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 1952 



Post 



Rome (Roma) (E)-- 
Continuea. 

(AA, NA, & Air A) 



Bari (C) 



Florence (Firenze) (C) 



Genoa (Genova) (CG) 



Milan (CG) 



Naples (Napoli) (CG) 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



ITALY--Continued 

Lt. .Col. Charles E. Johnson, act. army 

att. and asst. army att. 
Capt. William Jefferson Marshall, naval 

att. and naval att. for air. 

Col. Paul T. Hanley, air att 

Lt. Col. James R. Davidson, asst. army att- 
Lt. Col. Allen D. Hulse, asst. army att - 
Maj. Stephen C. Farris, asst. army att - 
Maj. Thomas E. Chegin, asst. army att - 
Comdr. Lawrence Robert Neville, asst. 
' naval att. and asst. naval att. for air. 
Lt. Col. George Davis Webster, asst. 

naval att. ana asst. naval att. for air. 
Lt. Comdr. Leo Bernard Blocker, asst. 

naval att. and asst. naval att. for air. 
Lt. Robert Wesley Maiden, asst. naval att- 
Lt. Col. Anthony J. Mony, asst. air att - 
Maj. William H. Karmany, asst. air att - 

Maj. Lyle G. Frost, asst. air att 

Capt. William J. Cavoli, asst. air att — 



librarian ■ 
cons, gen 

V. c 

V. c 



cons, att 



Aubrey E. Lippincott, cons 

James Moceri, public affairs officer 

Richard R. Wilforu, v. c 

Charles S. Reea, 2q, cons. gen. ^ -- 
Frederick L. Jochem, public affairs 

officer (Bologna). 
Marjorie F. Ferguson, cons, att 

John A. Bywater, cons 

John Chadwick Hawley, v. c 

Nathaniel Davis, v. c 

Alice G. Mulhern, v. c 

William A. Campbell, v. c. ; asst. 

consular att. 
Brownlee McKee, 
Harold D. Finley, 
Alfred P. Dennis, 
Sofia P. Kearney, 
Russell L. Harris, asst 

Norah Alsterlund, v. c 

Dorothy St. Clair, sec 

Cleo A. Noel, Jr., v. c 

Edward T. Long, v. c 

William S. Harrington, v. c 

Parke D. Massey, Jr., v. c 

John H. Barber, v. c 

Joel C. Hudson, cons, gen 

Philip J. Conley, cons 

Robert W. Tucker, cons 

Joseph E. Wiedenmayer, cons — 

Thomas D. Bowie, cons 

Margaret Ruth Kelley, v. c 

Timothy Joseph Burke, v. c 

Alfred T. Nester, cons. gen. ^ - 

Henry T. Smith, cons 

Hugh H. Teller, cons 

Henry Clinton Reed, cons 

Stephen N. Sestanovich, cons, att 

James T. O. Braafladt, v. c 

William J. Barnsdale, v. c 

John A. Moran, 3d, v. c 

Philip M. Lindsay, v. c 

James Bruce Engle, v. c 

James R. Billman, v. c 

Barrett M. Reed, v. c 

Maida F. Stotts, v. c 

Hugh D. Kessler, v. c 

Letty A. Robertson, sec 

Theron S. Henderson, v. c 

Anna G. Banker, librarian 

Robert J. Martens, v. c 



Mar. 


5 


1949 


Mar. 


8 


1951 


June 28 


1950 


Mar. 


26 


1948 


Sept. 


21 


1948 


Mar. 


29 


1948 


Mar. 


1 


1951 


Aug. 


15 


1951 


June 


15 


1951 


Oct. 


3 


1950 


Aug. 


7 


1951 


May 


16 


1951 


Mar. 


20 


1951 


Apr. 


7 


1951 


May 


7 


1948 


Feb. 


1 


1951 


Nov. 


14 


1951 


Mar. 


29 


1951 


Feb. 


27 


, 1950 


Nov. 


2 


, 1951 


May 


12 


, 1947 


Apr. 


7 


1948 


May 


10 


1950 


Aug. 


16 


, 1949 


Dec. 


7 


1948 


Apr. 


25 


, 1949 


Mar 


1 


1951 


Mar 


8 


1949 


Jan. 


19 


1950 


May 


25 


1945 


Jan. 


31 


1949 


Aug. 


17 


1951 


Jan. 


19 


1950 


Sept 


20 


1949 


Nov. 


26 


1951 


Feb. 


16 


1950 


Mar 


15 


1950 


Nov. 


28 


1951 


Nov. 


16 


1948 


Feb. 


16 


1951 


May 


8 


1951 


Dec. 


21 


1949 


Apr. 


20 


1951 


Feb. 


9 


1950 


June 28 


1950 


Nov. 


17 


1949 


June 21 


1949 


Dec. 


20 


1949 


Apr. 


25 


1951 


Aug. 


27 


1951 


June 


16 


1951 


Mar. 


14 


1949 


Jan. 


25 


1950 


Mar. 


1 


1951 


Mar. 


8 


1951 


July 


6 


1951 


Aug. 


14 


1951 


May 


n 


1949 


Nov. 


27 


1950 


Sept. 


18 


1944 


Jan. 


20 


1950 


Feb. 


28 


1951 


Apr. 


3 


1951 



FSO-4 
FSR-5 • 
FSO-5 • 
FSO-2 
FSR-3 

FSS-6 
FSS-6 
FSS-8 
FSO-5 
FSS-9 
FSS-9 

FSS-9 

FSO-3 

FSO-5 

FSS-7 

FSR-5 

FSS-8 

FSS-9 

FSO-5 

FSO-5 

FSS-9 

FSO-6 

FSO-6 

FSO-2 

FSR-4 

FSO-4 

FSS-5 

FSO-4 

FSS-8 

FSS-9 

FSO-1 

FSO-3 

FSS-4 

FSO-4 

FSR-4 

FSS-7 • 

FSO-5 

FSS-8 

FSO-6 

FSO-6 

FSO-6 

FSO-6 

FSS-9 

FSS-9 • 

FSS-9 ■ 

FSS-9 ■ 

FSS-9 ■ 

FSO-6 • 



'Assigned also to San Marino. 

'Assigned also as couns. of emb. at Rome. 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



77 



Post 



rmo (CG) 



1 (C) 



e fC) 



an (L) 



AA & Air A) 



(E) 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Salary 



ITALY--Continued 

Maurice W. Altaffer, cons, gen 

Hugh N. Whitaker, v. c. 

Doris H. Allen, cons 

E. Jan Nadelman, v. c. 

Roger L. Smith, v. c. 

Chris G. Petrow, v. c. 

Don Richard Torrey, v. c. 

Eli7abeth Rice, v. c. 

Michael A. Falzone, v. c. 

Richard S. Huestis, cons 

Earle O. Titus, cons 

Kenneth R. Boyle, cons 

Stephen A. Rynas, v. c. 

Henry L. Pitts, Jr., cons 

Harry Kushner, v. c 

Walter Pcofield Blair, v. c 

JAPAN. See pp. 108 and 109. 
JORDAN 

Gerald A. Drew, E. E. and M. P --- 
A. David Fritzlan, 1st sec; cons — 

Vernon Cassin, asst. att 

Stanley R. Chartrand, cons.^ 

Robert John MacQuaid, 2d sec. ; v. c 

Col. Hugh W. Stevenson, army att. - 
Col. William E. Covington, Jr. , air att."- 



Mar. 

Apr. 

Sept. 

Jan. 

June 

Dec. 

Aug. 

Jan. 

July 

May 

Oct. 

Feb. 

Sept. 

Mar. 

Feb. 

Apr. 



19, 1951 
26, 1946 

1, 1949 

18, 1951 

19, 1950 
4, 1951 

29, 1951 

2, 1951 
21, 1949 

3, 1951 
9, 1951 
2, 1951 

19, 1949 

20, 1950 
24, 1950 

2, 1951 



Harold A. 
Emmett E. 



Neill, asst. army att.*^ - 



Curran, asst. air att.: 



Capt. 

Maj. „ ^. w , 

Capt. John W. Eggleston, asst. air att. - 

KOREA 

John J. Muccio, A. E. and P 

E. Allan Lightner, Jr., couns. of emb -- 

Gordon B. Strong, att. (Pusan) 

Marshall O. Exnicios, att. (Pusan) 

Marcus Wesley Scherbacher, cultural 
affairs officer. 

Paul Paddock, pol. officer (Pusan) 

John Talbert Sinclair, personnel officer - 

Richard Paul Conlon, att. (Pusan) 

Thomas Edward Gavin, chief of personnel 

sers. branch. 
Robert Frederick Smith, motor officer -- 

Robert Whitcomb Heavey, att 

Joseph F. Link, Jr., att. (Pusan) 

James Weaver Kepner, gen. sers. officer. 
Roy Ira Hanna, supervisor of inventory unit- 
Eugene Irving Knez, cultural affairs off icer- 

Rolf Jacoby, cultural affairs officer 

James Roland Osborne, info, officer — 

John S. J. Salmon, supply officer 

Dorothy Isabel Jos6, asst. info, officer - 
Jesse D. McElroy, supply and procure- 
ment officer (Fhisan). 
Lorin G. Reeder, photographic technician- 
John Keppel, 2d sec; V. c 

Carl F. Bartz, Jr., public affairs officer- 
Herman B. Fredman, public affairs off icer 
Edwin Randolph Klotz, fiscal and dis- 
bursing officer. 

Robert C. Arnold, v. c. (I>usan) 

Philip M. Dale, Jr., 2d sec; v. c 

Philip W. Manhard, 2d sec. ; v. c (Pusan). 
Richard H. Lamb, 2d sec. ; v. c (Pusan) - 

Robert M. S. Lau, constr. supt 

Philip C. Rowe, v. c 

James F. L. S. Matthews, 3d sec. ; v. c-- 
William A. Buchanan, public affairs 
officer. 

Walter Henry Drew, 3d sec; v. c 

Robert W. Eastham, 3d sec; v. c 
(I>usan). 

Joseph E. Jacques, 3d sec. ; v. c 

Leo John Rogers, supt. of Kookje Sudo 

Bldg. 
Donald H. Hall, radio officer (I>usan) — 
Robert G. Flershem, cultural affairs 

officer (I>usan). 
Gerald Michael Bache, 3d sec; v. c — 

Resident in Jerusalenj. 

Assigned to Amman and Damascus. 

Assigned to Amman, Beirut, and Damascus; resident in Damascus. 



Feb. 2, 1950 

Apr. 8, 1949 

Sept. 18, 1950 

Nov. 21, 1951 

Apr. 24, 1951 

Sept. 26, 1951 

Oct. 5, 1951 

Nov. 14, 1950 

Oct. 5, 1951 

Oct. 6. 1951 



Aug. 10, 1951 



FSO-2 
FSS-7 
FSS-7 
FSO-5 
FSS-8 
FSO-5 
FSR-5 
FSS-8 
FSO-6 
FSO-3 
FSS-4 
FSR-4 
FSO-5 
FSO-4 
FSS-7 
FSS-8 



$12,700 
6,087 
6,087 
5,713 
5,493 
5,313 
5,313 
5,313 
4,793 
9, 130 
7,929 
7,263 
5,713 
6,963 
6,087 
5,313 



FSO-1 — - 
FSO-4 — - 
FSS-7 — - 
FSS-8 — 
FSO-5 -- 


7,263 
6,087 
5,673 
5,313 







July 


28, 


1948 


Mar. 


1, 


1951 


Nov. 


15, 


1951 


June 


11, 


1951 


Apr. 


30, 


1950 


Aug. 


1, 


1951 


Dec. 


15, 


1948 


Apr. 


27, 


1951 


Jan. 


1, 


1949 


Jan. 


1, 


1949 


Apr. 


6, 


1950 


Aug. 


22, 


1951 


Nov. 


30, 


1950 


Jan. 


1, 


1949 


Aug. 


24, 


1949 


Feb. 


6, 


1950 


Mar. 




1950 


Mar. 


1, 


1949 


Feb. 


7, 


1950 


Sept. 


6, 


1951 


July 


23, 


1951 


Nov. 


20, 


1950 


Feb. 


11, 


1950 


Feb. 


11, 


1950 


Mar. 


15, 


1950 


July 


9, 


1951 


Nov. 


22, 


1950 


Apr. 


9, 


1951 


Nov. 


2, 


1951 


May 


29, 


1949 


Oct. 


26, 


1949 


Aug. 


6, 


1951 


June 


27, 


1950 


Jan. 


1, 


1949 


Oct. 


20, 


1950 


Dec 


1, 


1950 


Jan. 


1 


1949 


Feb. 


1 


1951 


July 


20, 


1951 



FSO-CM 
FSO-2 -- 
FSR-2 -- 
FSS-1 — 
FSS-2 — 

FSO-3 — 
FSS-3 — 
FSS-3 — 
FSS-4 — 

FSS-5 — 
FSS-5 -- 
FSS-5 -- 
FSS-6 -- 
FSS-6 — 
FSS-6 -- 
FSS-6 — 
FSS-6 — 
FSS-7 — 
FSS-7 — 
FSS-7 — 

FSS-9 -- 
FSO-5 — 
FSS-8 -- 
FSS-8 — 
FSS-8 -- 

FSS-8 — 
FSO-5 — 
FSO-5 - 
FSO-5 — 
FSS-8 -- 
FSS-9 -- 
FSO-6 - 
FSS-9 -- 

FSO-6 - 
FSO-6 -- 

fSO-6 - 
FSS-9 - 

FSS-9 -- 
FSS-9 -. 

FSO-6 -. 



11,850 

11, 130 

9,950 

9,230 

9, 130 
8,721 
8,481 
7,689 

7,095 
7,095 
7,095 
6,681 
6,501 
6,501 
6,501 
6,501 
6,267 
6,087 
6,087 

5,619 
5,513 
5,493 
5,493 
5,493 

5,493 
5,313 
5,313 
5,313 
5,313 
5,079 
4,993 
4,899 



793 
793 



4,793 
4,719 

4,719 
4,719 

4,193 



78 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 1952 



Post 



Seoul (E)-- Continued 
(AA, NA, & Air A) 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



KOREA--Continued 

Col. Charles A. Anderson, sr. mil. att. 

army att. 
Comdr. Joseph Lynn, naval att. and 

naval att. for air. 

Maj. Walter James Brown, air att 

Lt. (jg) Bradley Hahn, asst. naval att. 

and asst. naval att. for air. 



May 29, 1951 

Nov. 16, 1951 

Sept. 26, 1951 
Oct. 31, 1950 



KUWAIT 



Kuwait (C) 



Enoch S. Duncan, cons 

John Edward Cunningham, v. c 

LAOS, KINGDOM OF 



Mar. 12, 1951 
Nov. 23, 1951 



FSO-4 -- 
FSO-6 -- 



Vientiane (L) 



Donald R. Heath, E. E. and M. P. ^ | June 29, 1950 | FSO-CM 

LATVIA. Legation at Riga closed. 



LEBANON 



Beirut (L) 



(AA, NA, & Air A) 



Harold B. Minor, E. E. and M. P - 

Edwin Allen Locke, Jr., U.S. rep. with 
personal rank of amb. 

John H. Bruins, couns. of leg 

B. Winfred Ruffner, att 

Richard H. Sanger, 1st sec 

William J. Crockett, exec, officer 

WinfieldH. Lyon, Jr., att 

J. Forrest Crawford, att. ^ 

Mildred A. Vardaman, att 

James C. Lobenstine, 2d sec. ; cons 

Wilbur O. Hogue, att 

Donald C. Bergus, 2d sec. ; cons. '' 

Robert Dennis Lovelace, att 

Thomas C. Sorensen, asst. att 

Robert C. Oetking, att 

Robert A. Stein, v. c 

Edward A. Symans, asst. att 

John W. Rozier, 2d sec; v. c 

William F. Penniman, Jr., 2d sec. ; v. c 

Samuel O. Ruff, 2d sec. ; v. c 

Albert C. Fox, asst. att.^ 

Rodger C. Abraham, admin, officer 

Daisy Humphrey, admin, asst 

William P. Shockley, Jr. , v. c 

James B. Barracks, asst. att 

Maurice D. Leach, Jr., asst. att 

William G. Austin, asst. att 

Col. George V. Millett, Jr., sr. mil. 

att. ; army att. 
Lt. Comdr. Henry Clyde Turner, naval 

att. and naval att. for air. 



Sept. 19 


1951 


Nov. 15 


1951 


Nov. 15 


1950 


June 25 


1951 


Nov. 1 


1949 


Oct. 15 


1951 


July 27 


1949 


Jan. 19 


1950 


Aug. 23 


1951 


July 24 


1951 


Aug. 31 


1949 


Apr. 12 


1950 


Apr. 27 


1951 


Nov. 25 


1951 


May 7 


1949 


Sept. 13 


1949 


Oct. 22 


1951 


Dec. 15 


1949 


July 10 


1951 


May 1 


1950 


May 12 


1950 


Nov. 21 


1951 


Jan. 7 


1924 


May 16 


1950 


Sept. 25 


1951 


Sept. 26 


1951 


Sept. 24 


1951 


Mar. 28 


1950 


Sept. 12 


1951 



FSO-1 
FSR-1 

FSO-2 

FSR-2 

FSR-3 

TCA-3 

FSR-4 

FSS-5 

FSS-4 

FSO-4 

FSS-5 

FSO-4 

FSS-6 

FSS-7 

FSR-5 

FSS-8 

FSS-8 

FSO-5 

FSO-5 

FSO-5 

FSS-8 

FSS-8 

FSS-9 

FSS-9 • 

FSS-9 

FSS-9 • 

FSS-9 • 



^The staff at SaYgon, Vietnam, is accredited also to the Kingdoms of Cambodia and Laos; resident ii 

See p. 99. .j . c " 

Accredited also to the Kingdom of Cambodia and State of Vietnam; resident m Saigon. 

^Assigned also to Baghdad and Damascus. 

''Assigned also to Egypt, Iran, Iraq, Jordan, Palestine, Saudi Arabia, Syria, and Yemen. 

^Assigned also as asst. att. at Baghdad and Cairo; asst. consular att. at Nicosia. 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



79 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Salary 



LEBANON- -Continued 

Col. William E. Covington, air att.i -- 
Lt. Col. Ned T. Norris, asst. army att 
Maj. Emmett E. Curran, asst. air att. ' 
Capt. Robert J. Hefling, asst. air att. ' 
Capt. John W. Eggleston, asst. air att. ^ 

LIBERIA- 



Edward R. Dudley, A. E. and P 

James H. Rives, civil engineer 

Curtis Reeu Hill, att. (TCA) 

W. Garlana Richarason, 1st sec. ; cons -- 

Raymond John Weir, att. (TCA) 

Claude K. Vestal, meteorologist for 

mission for econ. affairs. 
Roland P. Amateis, constr. supervisor -- 

Edwara Warner Brice, att 

Lamar Edward Fort, agri. production 

specialist for mission for econ. affairs. 

Orville M. Lewis, bldg. supt 

John S. George, asst. att 

Helen M. Carr, disbursing officer 



Maj. Joseph A. Bloomer, Jr., air att.'' 
Capt. William L. Bingham, asst. air att. 

UBYA 



Nov. 17, 1950 
Dec. 6, 1948 
Feb. 16, 1951 
Dec. 15, 1949 
Apr. 21, 1951 



Aug. 11, 1948 
Apr. 20, 1947 
Jan. 11, 1951 
Nov. 1, 1949 
June 19, 1951 
May 9, 1950 

Nov. 21, 1951 
Aug. 1, 1951 
Feb. 9, 1947 

Feb. 24, 1947 
Feb. 16, 1945 
Apr. 26, 1950 

Mar. 31, 1949 
Dec. 8, 1950 







FSS-3 -- 
FSS-2 --- 
FSO-4 --- 
FSS-3 - — 
FSS-5 — - 


$ 9,441 
9,230 
8,863 
8,481 
7,275 


FSS-5 --- 
FSR-5 — - 
FSS-7 -- 


7,095 
6,513 

6,267 


FSS-8 -- 
FSS-8 --- 
FSS-9 — - 


5,493 
5,313 
4,719 







, E. E. and M. P --- 

Andrew G. Lynch, 1st sec. ; cons, gen 
John William Jago, dir. of TCA in 
Libya. ^ 

Leslie Llewellyn Lewis, v. c 

Norman K. Pratt, cons 

William Theodore Tarrant, Jr. , v. c ■ 

Curtis 1'. Jones, 2d sec. ; v. c 

Dayton S. Mak, 3d sec. ; v. c 

Robert H. Harlan, v. c 

Bolard More, cons 

Marion J. Rice, v. c 



June 1, 1949 
Nov. 8, 1951 

Aug. 7, 1950 
June 21, 1948 
Sept. 5, 1950 
June 20, 1950 
Apr. 19, 1951 
July 26, 1950 

Oct. 26, 1950 
Sept. 8, 1950 



FSO-3 
FSR-2 

FSS-3 
FSO-4 
FSS-7 
FSO-5 
FSO-6 
FSS-9 

FSO-3 
FSO-6 



9,730 
11,850 

8,961 
6,963 
6,087 
5,713 
5,093 
4,899 

9,430 
4,993 



LIECHTENSTEIN 



C. Porter Kuykendall, cons, gen.' | Feb. 24, 1950 | FSO-2 --- | 11,130 

LITHUANIA. Legation at Kaunas closed. 



LUXEMBOURG 



Perle Mesta, E. E. and M. P 

Raymond P. Ludden, couns. of leg. ^ -- 

Eric Kocher, 1st sec. ; cons. ^ 

Robert N. Anderson, att.' 

Manuel Sanchez, att.^" 

Anthony C. Swezey, 2d sec. ; cons 

Frederick M. Granger, att 

W. Paul O'Neill, Jr., cons. ' -- 

J. A. Tuck Sherman, cons 

Dorothy Moore Deflandre, asst. att. ''--■ 

William C. Canup, 2d sec; v. c 

George Moffitt, Jr., asst. att.' 

Col. Wendell Blanchard, sr. mil. att. ; 
army att. ^ 

Col. Daniel W. Wickland, air att.° 

Col. George B. Green, asst. air att. '^ - 

signed to Amman, Damascus, and Beirut; resident in Damascus, 
signed also to Baghdad and Damascus; resident in Baghdad. 

office maintained at Monrovia; the air att, resides in Tangier, 
signed also to and resident in Tangier, 
mporarily. 

office maintained at Vaduz, 
signed also to and resident in Ziarich. 
signed also to Brussels, 
signed also to and resident in Brussels. 

signed also to Brussels, Paris, and The Hague; resident in Paris, 
signed also to Bern, Brussels, and Paris. 



July 6, 
Jan. 22, 
Mar. 2, 
Aug. 24, 
Aug. 5, 
Mar. 16, 
Sept. 12, 
Dec. 15, 
July 14, 
June 10, 
Feb. 23, 
Oct. 2, 



1949 
1950 
1948 
1950 
1948 
1950 
1950 
1948 
1945 
1949 
1950 
1951 



Aug. 22, 1950 

Mar. 10, 1951 
Apr. 21, 1951 







FSO-2 --- 


11,850 


FSO-3 --- 


9,430 


FSS-3 --- 


8,961 


FSS-4 -- 


8,649 


FSO-4 --- 


8,163 


FSS-5 --- 


7,275 


FSO-4 - — 


6,963 


FSS-8 --- 


6,033 


FSS-8 --- 


5,493 


FSO-5 --- 


5,313 


FSS-9 --- 


4,899 







80 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 1952 



Post 



Mexico, D. F. (E) 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



MEXICO 



William O'Dwyer, A. E. and P -- 
Paul T. Culbertson, couns. of emb 

personal rank of minister. 
Harold M. Randall, couns. of emb -- 
Franklin C. Gowen, couns. of emb -- 

Forney A. Rankin, couns. of emb 

William K. Ailshie, couns. of emb. ; 

cons. gen. 
Robert Smith Simpson, 1st sec. ; cons 

Reuben R. Thomas, att 

Philip Raine, att 

Barry T. Benson, 1st sec. ; att 

Kenneth Charles Beede, att 

William E. Webb, att --- -- 

Kenneth Wernimont, att 

Roberts. Folsom, 1st sec. ; cons 

D. Eugene Delgado-Arias, 1st sec 

Edmund R. Murphy, att 

Edward Heiliger, librarian 

Barry Lee Bishop, att 

E. Howard Hunt, Jr., att 

Benedict J. Dulaski, att 

Horace Harper Braun, att 

flaymond J. O'Mara, att 

Henry Soderberg, att 

V. Harwood Blocker, 2d sec. ; cons - 

William D. KiUea, att 

Edwara Cecil Anderson, att 

W. John Wilson, Jr., cons 

Walter E. Kneeland, cons 

William P. Fuller, Jr., gen. sers. 

officer. 

Roger P. Carlson, att 

John Lafayette Barrett, att. ^ 

Mauda M. P. Sandvig, librarian 

Chester H. Kimrey, cons 

Charles George Sommer, att 

Ana M. Gomez, econ. officer 

James Q. Abies, v. c 

Melville E. Osborne, Jr., asst. att - 
James Francis Gorman, asst. att — 

John Doane Dodge, asst. att. ' 

Abbey Schoen, econ. officer 

Walter L. Nelson, registration officer 
Paul E. Woodward, disbursing officer 

George R. Bingham, v. c 

Evelyn M. Schwarztrauber, econ. asst 
Lowell G. Richardson, 2d sec. ; v. c 

Wallace Clarke, v. c 

Paul C. Monser, communications tech- 
nician. 

Henry L. Coster, 2d sec. ; v. c 

Arthur D. Weininger, 2d sec. ; v. c - 

Charles William Anderson, v. c 

John Martin Staton, asst. att 

Deborah L. Currier, librarian 

James Angelo Dehlsen, econ. asst -- 

Mary Frisco, asst. att 

William Leo Carr, asst. att 

Donald B. Campbell, librarian 

Henry E. Dumas, v. c 

Connally Staton Koret, asst. att — 

Sidney Weintraub, 3a sec. ; v. c 

James Robert Greene, 3d sec. ; v. c 

Robert Reynolds, v. c 

William Elvin Parker, librarian 

Robert P. Gwynn, 3d sec. ; v. c 



with 



Sept. 20, 1950 
Jan. 8, 1951 



Jan. 19 
Aug. 14 
Nov. 27 
Sept. 21 

Jan. 7 
Sept. 20 
Jan. 26 
Sept. 27 
Mar. 8 
July 22 
Apr. 3 
Mar. 23 



July 12 
Dec. 13 
Nov. 1 
Dec. 13 
June 11 
Apr. 23 
May 31 
Dec. 18 
June 19 
Mar. 12 
Sept. 10 
Sept. 1 
May 13 
Mar. 15 

Feb. 9 
May 15 
Mar. 30 
Apr. 14 
Mar. 12 
Nov. 18 
Jan. 11 
July 24 
Aug. 16 
Aug. 16 
Nov. 26 
Feb. 18 
Oct. 28 
Oct. 16 
June 30 
July 1 
Apr. 15 
June 27 

Mar. 15 
Aug. 3 
May 17 
May 29 
July 17 
July 24 
Aug. 16 
Sept. 24 
Apr. 3 
Aug. 16 
Sept. 24 
July 9 
Nov. 20 
Mar. 15 
May 30 
May 2 



1950 
1950 
1950 
1951 

1949 
1951 
1948 
1951 
1951 
1950 
1950 
1950 



1949 
1949 
1951 
1950 
1951 
1943 
1951 
1950 
1950 
1951 
1951 
1926 
1948 
1949 

1950 
1949 
1951 
1949 
1947 
1942 
1951 
1951 
1951 
1949 
1941 
1949 
1948 
1950 
1950 
1950 
1949 
1951 

1950 
1951 
1950 
1951 
1951 
1951 
1951 
1951 
1941 
1951 
1951 
1951 
1951 
1950 
1951 
1949 



FSO-1 --- 

FSO-2 — - 
FSO-2 — 
FSR-2 — 
FSO-2 — 

FSO-3 — 

FSS-1 — - 
FSR-3 — - 
FSO-3 --- 
FSS-3 --- 
FSR-3 — 
FSS-3 -- 
FSO-3 -- 
FSO-3 -- 
FSR-4 -- 
FSR-4 --- 
FSR-4 — 
FSR-4 --- 
FSR-4 — 
FSS-4 — 
FSS-4 — 
FSR-4 --- 
FSO-4 -- 
FSR-4 --- 
FSS-5 -- 
FSS-6 — - 
FSS-6 — 
FSS-6 --- 

FSS-6 — - 
FSS-6 --- 
FSS-6 -- 
FSS-7 — 
FSS-7 — 
FSS-7 --- 
FSS-7 -- 
FSS-7 -- 
FSS-7 -- 
FSS-8 — 
FSS-8 — 
FSR-5 — 
FSS-8 -- 
FSS-8 — 
FSS-9 --- 
FSO-5 --- 
FSS-8 -- 
FSS-8 — 

FSO-5 -- 
FSO-5 — 
FSS-8 — - 
FSS-8 -- 
FSS-8 --- 
FSS-8 -- 
FSS-8 -- 
FSS-8 --- 
FSS-9 — - 
FSS-9 --- 
FSS-9 — 
FSO-6 --- 
FSO-6 --- 
FSS-9 — - 
FSS-9 - — 
FSO-6 — 



^Assigned also to the Bahamas, Bermuda, British Honauras, Costa Rica, Cuba, Dominican Republ 
El Salvaaor, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Nicaragua, and Panama. 

■^ Assigned also to Bahamas, Bermuda, British Honduras, British West Inaies, Costa Rica, Cuba, 
Dominican Republic, El Salvador, French West Indies, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Netherlanas Wes 
Nicaragua, and Panama. 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



81 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Salary 



MEXICO- -Continuea 



CO, D. F. (E) — 

ntlnued. 

(AA, NA, & Air A) — 



Prieta, Sonera (C) - 
lahua, Chihuahua (C) 

id Juarez, Chihuahua 



alajara, Jalisco (C) 



mas, Sonora (C) — 
moros, Tamaullpas 



,tlan, Sinaloa (C) 
da, Yucatin (C) 



call, Baja California 

I, 

errey, Nuevo Leon (C)- 
les, Sonora (C) 



o Laredo, Tamaullpas 



ras Negras, Coahuila 

I. 

osa, Tamaullpas (C) 

liuis Potosi, San Luis 

tosi, (C). 

Dico, Tamaullpas (C) 

ina, Baja California 

I. 



eon, Coahuila (C) - 
cruz, Veracruz (C) 



Brig. Gen. Charles S. Ferrin, sr. mil. 

att. ; army att. 
Capt. Alvord John Greenacre, naval att. 

and naval att. for air. '^ 

Col. William K. Skaer, air att 

Lt. Col. Alphonse A. Greene, asst. 

army att. 
Lt. Col. Frank L. Street, asst. army att 
Lt. Comdr. Joseph Merit Tully, Jr., 

asst. naval att. and asst. naval att. 

for air.^ 
Lt. Col. William J. Hovde, asst. air att - 
Capt. Joseph R. Sipper, asst. air att 



c 
gen 



Arthur R. Williams, cons 
Edwards. Benet, cons — 
Allan F. McLean, Jr., v. 
Stephen E. Aguirre, cons. 

Kennett F. Potter, cons 

Joseph F. Walker, cons 

C. Mel vin Sonne, Jr., v. c 

Ernest B. Gutierrez, v. c 

Richard A. Johnson, cons 

Jackson W. Wilson, cons 

Harold C. Wood, cons 

Lawrence Bernard Elsbernd, v. c 
Robert Leland Flanegin, v. c — 

Culver E. Gidden, cons 

Raymond Bastianello, v. c 

Charley L. Rice, v. c 

Henry G. Krausse, cons 

Abraham Katz, v. c 

Antonio Certoslmo, cons 

Dorothy M. Jester, v. c 

Vincent D. Williams, v. c 

Gerald A. Mokma, cons, gen 

Ralph A. Schweitzer, v. c 

Robert E. Neprud, asst. cons, att 

John Hayes Jenkins, Jr., v. c 

William C. Jones, 3d, v. c 

Ann L. Goodpasture, admin, asst 

Russell B. Jordan, cons 

John Howard Morris, v. c 

Anthony J. Jay, v. c 

James C. Powell, Jr., cons 

DeWitt L. Stora, v. c 

George Mercer Atkinson, v. c 

Charles H. Taliaferro, cons 

Louis L. Kirley, v. c 

William E. Price, cons 

Norman L. Cansler, v. c 

Paul Sheridan Dwyer, v. c 



Elvin Seibert, cons 

Kennedy M. Crockett, cons 
Louis F. Blanchard, cons 

Alice Magee, v. c 

William A. Carsey, v. c 

Weldon Litsey, cons 

Grant K. Smith, v. c 

Warren C. Stewart, cons -• 
Jack H. Bady, v. c 



Sept. 28, 1950 

June 2, 1950 

June 8, 1951 
Nov. 23, 1949 

Sept. 26, 1951 
May 14, 1951 



Oct. 18, 1951 
June 29, 1949 



Mar. 30 
June 29 
June 28 
June 6 
July 1 
Nov. 6 
Jan. 10 
May 5 
June 30 
Mar. 17 
Sept. 29 
July 1 
Nov. 30 
Jan. 12 
Aug. 26 
July 17 
Mar. 25 
Apr. 13 
July 3 
Oct. 5 
June 30 
Aug. 3 
Feb. 16 
July 5 
May 25 
Oct. 31 
June 8 
Oct. 11 
June 19 
Nov. 30 
June 19 
Apr. 13 
Jan. 19 
Apr. 24 
Nov. 29 
Oct 
Apr 



1 
21 
Dec. 18 



Oct. 12 
Dec. 3 
June 19 
Oct. 2 
Nov. 29 
Nov. 9 
Aug. 31 
June 3 
Nov. 6 



1949 
1951 
1950 
1942 
1949 
1950 
1951 
1947 
1950 
1941 
1949 
1950 
1951 
1951 
1949 
1950 
1949 
1951 
1951 
1951 
1950 
1951 
1951 
1949 
1951 
1950 
1951 
1951 
1951 
1950 
1950 
1951 
1951 
1951 
1949 
1951 
1950 
1950 

1949 
1951 
1950 
1951 
1948 
1949 
1951 
1947 
1950 



FSO-4 - 
FSS-8 - 
FSS-9 - 
FSO-2 - 
FSO-3 - 
FSS-8 - 
FSO-5 - 
F3S-9 - 
FSO-3 - 
FSO-4 - 
FSS-8 - 
FSO-5 - 
FSS-11 
FSS-4 - 
FSS-9 - 
FSS-8 - 
FSS-5 - 
FSO-6 - 
FSS-6 - 
FSO-5 - 
FSS-10 
FSO-2 - 
FSO-5 - 
FSR-5 - 
FSS-7 - 
FSS-8 - 
FSS-9 - 
FSS-3 - 
FSS-7 - 
FSS-8 - 
FSS-6 - 
FSO-5 - 
FSS-10 
FSS-7 - 
FSS-9 - 
FSS-7 - 
FSS-11 
FSS-9 - 

FSO-4 - 
FSS-6 - 
FSS-5 - 
FSS-7 - 
FSS-9 - 
FSO-4 - 
FSS-9 - 
FSS-4 - 
FSS-11 



; 8, 
6, 
5, 

11, 
9, 

6, 
5, 
4, 
9, 
6, 
6, 
5, 
4, 
7, 
5, 
5, 
7, 
4, 
6, 
5, 
4, 
U 
6, 
6, 
5. 
5, 
4, 
8 
5 
5. 
6 
5 
4 
5, 
5, 
5, 
4, 
4, 

8 
6 
7 
5 
5 
6 
5 
7 
4 



463 
213 
079 
500 
130 
213 
313 
899 
430 
963 
213 
513 
047 
689 
619 
493 
275 
393 
681 
513 
563 
500 
113 
113 
907 
493 
899 
481 
550 
313 
681 
713 
563 
907 
619 
907 
287 
899 

463 
501 
275 
907 
079 
963 
079 
929 
047 



ssigned also to Guatemala, Managua, San Jose, San Salvador, and Tegucigalpa; naval liaison officer at 
sh Honduras. 



82 



FOREIGN SKRVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 1952 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



MOROCCO 



Tangier (Tanger) (L) 



(AA, NA, & Air A) 



Casablanca (CG) 



Rabat (C) 



Katmandu (Kathmandu) 
(L).^ 



John Carter Vincent, diplo. agt. with 

rank of minister; cons. 
William H. Beach, couns. of leg. ; cons, 
gen. 

William R. Harmon, radio engineer 

Edwin L. Smith, cons. ; att 

Fred K. Blackburn, att 

Bernard Steele, att 

Ivan G. Boor, transmitter supervisor 

Leo W. Garvey, att 

Joseph J. Jova, 2d sec. ; cons 

Alexander J. Davit, 2d sec. ; cons 

Walter C. Isenberg, Jr., cons 

Harold F. Kenny, sr. engineer 

Vivian Allien N. Cartwright, admin, officer 
Edward T. Pfund, Jr., radio engineer -- 

Paul E. Luecke, radio engineer 

Leslie Albion Squires, cons 

Don J. Droegemeyer, radio engineer 

Harry Neil Black, radio engineer 

Albert Adolph Nicolay, radio engineer — 
Wayne Louis Berthold, radio engineer — 

Mary Lucile Durktn, asst. att 

John William Carroll, power plant tech- 
nician. 

Pierce E. Hatcher, radio engineer 

Margaret M. Avent, asst. att 

Frank Asberry Tate, radio engineer 

Pierre R. Graham, 3d sec. ; v. c 

Forrest L. Morris, radio engineer 

Theodore K. Jelem, radio engineer 

Robert F. Franklin, radio engineer 

John E. Rowlett, Jr., radio engineer — 

Henry Poole, Jr., radio engineer 

Ferdinand William Beyer, radio engineer- 
Edwin L. Davis, radio engineer 

Carlton W. Cleveland, radio engineer 

Harvey Leon Wilson, radio engineer 

Christian Smith, power plant technician — 

Col. John H. Evans, sr. mil. att.; armyatt- 
Capt. Frederick Kent Loomis, naval att. 

and naval att. for air. 

Maj. Joseph A. Bloomer, air att. ^ 

Lt. Col. James P. Smith, asst. army att - 
Comdr. Robert EUicott Henderson, asst. 

naval att. and asst. naval att. for air. ^ 
Lt. Julien Johnson LeBourgeois, asst. 

naval att. and asst. naval att. for air. 
Capt. Lawrence U. Gray, asst. air att -- 
Capt. William L. Bingham, asst. air att. ^ 

John H. Madonne, cons, gen 

John Nevins, cons 

NeU M. Ruge, v. c 

John A. Bovey, v. c 

John B. McGrath, v. c 

Glenn D. Collins, v. c 

Christian G. Chapman, v. c 

John Dorman, cons 

Charles R. Tanguy, v. c 

Ernest L. Stanger, v. c 

Samuel Atkins Morrow, v. c 

NEPAL 

Chester Bowles, app. E.E. andM.P.* -- 
Clifford C. Taylor, att. ' - 

Loyd V. Steere, couns. of leg. with 

personal rank of minister.' 
Evan M. Wilson, cons, gen.^ • 



June 9 


1951 


Aug. 2 


1950 


June 5 


1951 


Aug. 8 


1949 


Aug. 17 


1948 


Sept. 29 


1949 


July 18 


1950 


Nov. 25 


1951 


Mar. 11 


1949 


Jan. 25 


1950 


Sept. 7 


1951 


Jan. 30 


1950 


Feb. 5 


1950 


Nov. 14 


1950 


Oct. 23 


1951 


Apr. 12 


1951 


Feb. 5 


1951 


Feb. 6 


1951 


Mar. 3 


1951 


June 24 


1951 


Aug. 14 


1951 


Nov. 13 


1950 


June 22 


1951 


May 25 


1948 


Feb. 28 


1951 


Apr. 19 


1951 


Oct. 30 


1950 


Jan. 16 


1951 


Feb. 12 


1951 


Feb. 17 


1951 


Feb. 27 


1951 


July 1 


1951 


July 9 


1951 


Aug. 1 


1951 


Aug. 1 


1951 


Oct. 25 


1951 


Mar. 7 


1951 


Apr. 7 


1950 


Feb. 18 


1949 


Dec. 21 


1950 


Mar. 21 


1951 


June 27 


1951 


Oct. 19 


1949 


Dec. 8 


1950 


Apr. 28 


1949 


Feb. 1 


1951 


Nov. 4 


1949 


Feb. 15 


1949 


June 15 


1950 


Sept. 13 


1951 


Jan. 31 


1951 


May 17 


1951 


Apr. 4 


1949 


Jan. 18 


1950 


June 21 


1951 



FSO-CM- 

FSO-2 — 

FSS-3 - — 
FSS-3 — 
FSS-3 — 
FSS-4 — 
FSS-5 --- 
FSS-5 - — 
FSO-4 - — 
FSO-4 — 
FSO-4 — 
FSS-7 — 
FSS-7 --- 
FSS-7 - — 
FSS-7 - — 
FSO-5 --- 
FSS-7 — 
FSS-7 --- 
FSS-7 — - 
FSS-7 - — 
FSS-7 - — 
FSS-8 - — 

FSS-9 — 
FSS-8 - — 
FSS-8 --- 
FSO-6 - — 
FSS-9 --- 
FSS-9 - — 
FSS-9 - — 
FSS-9 - — 
FSS-9 - — 
FSS-9 --- 
FSS-9 - — 
FSS-9 - — 
FSS-9 --- 
FSS-9 - — 



^ Assigned also to Monrovia. 
^ Resident in Casablanca. 
^ No office maintained at Katmandu. 

* Accredited also as A. E. and P. to India; resident in New Delhi. 
^ Assigned also to and resident in New Delhi. 
Assigned.also to and resident in Calcutta. 



Oct. 10, 1951 
Dec. 3, 1948 
Apr. 5, 1950 

June 19, 1950 



FSO-2 
FSS-5 
FSO-5 
FSO-5 
FSO-5 
F3S-8 
FSO-6 
FSO-4 
FSO-5 
FSO-5 
FSR-5 



FSO-1 
FSO-1 

FSO-2 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



83 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Salary 



NE PA L- - Continued 



idu (Kathmandu) 
Continued. 



gue ('s Gravenhage) 



I, NA, & Air A) -- 



dam (CG) 



im (C) 



Netherlands West 

= (C). 

), Netherlands West 

! (CG). 

ribo, Surinam (C) -- 



Andrew Vincent Corry, att. ^ 

Robert C. Creel, 2d sec. ; cons. ^ 

Nicholas G. Thacher, v. c.-' 

NETHERLANDS AND POSSESSIONS 

(Netherlands) 

Selden Chapin, A. E. and P 

William C. Trimble, couns. of emb. 

(MDAP). 
Sidney E. O'Donoghue, couns. of emb — 

Jerome T. Gaspard, couns. of emb 

Jim Martin Clore, att 

Nathaniel Lancaster, Jr. , 1st sec. ; cons- 
Thomas McCraine, att. "" 

Austin Bradner Cox, 1st sec. ; cons 

Manuel Sanchez, att. ' 

Marshall W. S. Swan, att --- 

Thomas Linthicum, att 

Harold H. Rhodes, 2d sec. ; cons 

George H. Copeland, att 

William A. Bell, att 

Eleanor W. Allen, cultural officer 

Edwin M. Adams, att 

Charles Philip Clock, 2d sec. ; cons 

Wallace Moore Erwin, att 

John W. Piercey, att 

Elizabeth D. Beck, admin, asst. (MDAP)- 

Thomas A. Donovan, 2d sec; v. c 

Deering E. Wilson, v. c 

Robert Willard Chase, 3d sec. ; v. c 

Eleanor Templeton, info, asst 

Col. Bruce W. Bidwell, sr. mil. att. ; 

army att. 
Capt. Charles William Parker, naval att. 

and naval att. for air.*" 

Lt. Col. Lewis J. Wright, air att 

Lt. Comdr. Elmer Lee Fox, asst. naval 

att. and asst. naval att. for air.* 



Frederik van den Arend, cons, gen- 

John J. IngersoU, v. c 

Clyde W. Snider, v. c 

Margaret R. Parkin, v. c 

William J. Ford, cons 

Anne W. Meriam, v. c 

Violet Smith, visa officer 

Franks. Wile, v. c 



Mar. 16, 


1948 


FSS-1 --- 


$10,550 


May 9, 


1950 


FSO-3 --- 


9,130 


May 29, 


1950 


FSO-5 --- 


5,513 



(Possessions) 



Anthony M. Sarratt, v. c 



Austin R. Preston, cons, gen -- 

Richard G. Smith, v. c 

James W. Boyd, cons 

George Lenz, Jr. , cons, officer 
James S. Lawton, v. c 



ton (E) 



Oct. 7 


1949 


FSO-CM - 








FSO-1 — - 
FSO-2 — 


12, 800 
11, 500 


Oct. 5 


1949 


Dec. 5 


1949 


FSO-2 - — 


11,130 


Oct. 23 


1951 


FSS-2 - — 


9,470 


Oct. 10 


1950 


FSO-3 -- 


9,430 


May 28 


1951 


FSR-3 — 


9,430 


Jan. 25 


1951 


FSO-3 — - 


9,130 


Aug. 5 


1948 


FSS-4 — - 


8,649 


Mar. 15 


1951 


FSR-4 --- 


8,463 


Aug. 18 


1949 


FSS-4 — 


8, 169 


Nov. 9 


1951 


FSO-4 — 


8,163 


May 25 


1950 


FSR-4 — 


8,163 


Sept. 14 


1951 


FSR-4 - — 


8,163 


Nov. 19 


1948 


FSR-4 - — 


7,563 


Apr. 25 


1950 


FSR-4 — 


7,563 


Sept. 6 


1949 


FSO-4 - — 


6,963 


Nov. 6 


1950 


FSR-4 — 


6,963 


Dec. 2 


1951 


FSR-4 -- 


6,963 


Sept. 6 


1946 


FSS-8 - — 


5,853 


Mar. 29 


1949 


FSO-5 - — 


5,713 


July 2 


1951 


FSS-8 -- 


5,313 


Nov. 26 


1951 


FSO-6 - — 


4,993 


Nov. 29 


1948 


FSS-9 — 


4,719 


July 28 


1949 






Feb. 14 


1951 






June 29 


1949 






May 23 


1951 






Oct. 12 


1949 


FSO-2 — - 


11, 130 


D^c. 28 


1950 


FSO-5 — 


5,913 


Apr. 28 


1949 


FSO-5 — 


5,713 


Mar. 7 


1950 


FSR-5 --- 


5,513 


June 23 


1949 


FSO-4 — 


6,963 


Feb. 4 


1950 


FSS-9 - — 


5,079 


May 8, 


1950 


FSS-9 - — 


4,719 


Jan. 24 


1951 


FSO-6 --- 


4,393 


July 19 


1950 


FSS-10 -- 


4,323 


Sept. 4, 


1951 


FSO-1 -- 


14,000 


Aug. 15, 


1951 


FSS-9 --- 


4,899 


Nov. 15, 


1949 


FSS-7 - — 


6,087 


Oct. 17, 


1951 


FSS-10 — 


4,683 


Sept. 13, 


1941 


FSS-11 — 


4,407 


Dec. 18, 


1947 






June 30, 


1950 


FSO-1 --- 


12,800 


Jan. 10, 


1951 


FSS-1 --- 


10,850 


July 25, 


1947 


FSS-3 -- 


9,201 


Oct. 30, 


1948 


FSR-5 -- 


6,713 



gned also 
gned also 
gned also 
gned also 
gned also 
gned also 



NEW ZEALAND 

Robert M. Scotten, A. E. and P 

Sidney H. Browne, couns. of emb.; cons. gen 

Roy I. Kimmel, att 

Meade T. Foster, att 

Donald E. Wilson, asst. att 

to Colombo, Karachi, New Delhi, and Rangoon; resident in New Delhi. 

to and resident in New Delhi. 

to and resident in Calcutta. 

to Copenhagen, Berlin and/or Frankfort on the Main, Oslo, and Stockholm. 

to Brussels, Luxembourg, and Paris; resident in Paris. 

to Brussels. 



84 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 1952 



Post 



Name and title 



Wellington (E)--Continued 



(AA, NA, & Air A) 



Christchurch (CA) 

Dunedin (CA) 

Auckland (C) 



Managua (E) 



(AA, NA, & Air A) 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



NEW ZEALAND- -Continued 



Arthur S. Abbott, v. c 

David B. Wharton, v. c 

Edward P. Prince, 2d sec. ; v. c 

Philip C. Habib, 2d sec. ; v. c - 

James P. Osbourn, v. c 

Col. Hugh C. Parker, sr. mil. att.;armyatt 
Capt. Robert Wayne Denbo, naval att. and 

naval att. for air. ^ 

Col. Frank W. Gillespie, air att.^ 

Lt. Comdr. RobertDouglasMacklin, asst. 

naval att. and asst. naval att. for air. ' 
Maj. George A. Uhrich, asst. air att. ^ — 
Maj. James K. Clark, asst. air att.^ 

Robert J. McMenamin, cons, agt 

Richard H. Reeves, cons, agt 

Elbert R. Williams, cons 

James E. Kiley, v. c 

NICARAGUA 

Thomas E. Whelan, A. E. and P 

Rollana Welch, 1st sec. ; cons, gen 

Edward Livingston Tanner, att. ^ 

Overton G. Ellis, Jr. , 2d sec. ; cons 

George B. Winstead, att 

John L. Topping, 2d sec. ; cons 

John P. Rourk, asst. att 

Mary Carol Phippeny, dir. of library — 

Charles E. Apple, asst. att 

Robert C. Brewster, 2d sec. ; 
Patrick Henry Armijo, asst. 
Jack B. Gabbert, 3d sec. ; v. 
Harry B. Pangburn, 3d sec. ; 
Raymond J. Barrett, 3d sec. 
Col. Samuel P. Walker, Jr., 
Capt. Alvord John Greenacre, 

ana naval att. for air. ^ 
Col. Charles H. Deerwester, air att.*" - 
Lt. Comdr. Joseph Merit Tully, Jr., 

asst. naval att. and asst. naval att. 

for air. 
Lt. Col. Theodore J. McAdam, asst. air 

att. 6 
Capt. Manuel J. Chavez, asst. air att.' - 

NORWAY 



v. c 

att 

c 

V. c 

. ; v. c 

army att. 
naval att. 



Oslo (E) 



Charles U. Bay, A. E. and P 

William P. Snow, dep. chief of mission; 
couns. of emb. 

Roswell H. Whitman, couns. of emb 

Robert N. Magill, att 

Jack M. Fleischer, att 

ELnar Jensen, att 

William G. Vale, att 

John Gordon Mein, 1st sec. ; cons 

Carroll C. Parry, cons. ; att 

Donald H. Nichols, att --- - 

Paul M. Birkeland, att 

Norman William Nordstrand, att 

Edwin Ben Evans, asst. att 

Neale E. Clark, asst. att 

Dallas L. Jones, Jr., asst. att 

J. H. Cameron Peake, v. c 

John W. Kappel, asst. att 

Eugene C. Martinson, asst. att 

Orville Harris Goplen, asst. att 

'Assigned also to Canberra; resident in Melbourne. 

■^Assigned to Canberra and Wellington. 

^Assigned also to Panama and San Jose; resident in San Jose. 

'Assigned also to Guatemala, San Jose, San Salvador, and Tegucigalpa; 
Honduras. 

5 Assigned also to Guatemala, Mexico City, San Jose, San Salvador, and 
at British Honauras; resident in Mexico City. 

'Assigned also to Guatemala, San Jose, San Salvador, and Tegucigalpa. 



July 13 
May 8 
June 14 
Nov. 28 
July 1 

Apr. 12 
Aug. 24 

Dec. 6 
May 22 

Jan. 30 
Sept. 10 

Feb. 11 
July 29 
May 25 
Oct. 5 



July 28 
July 6 
Oct. 9 
Jan. 26 
Apr. 13 
Oct. 15 
Sept. 9 
Sept. 13 
Apr. 27 
Mar. 15 
July 11 
Aug. 1 
Nov. 23 
June 8 
Feb. 23 
June 2 

Mar. 16 
May 14 



1948 
1950 
1951 
1951 
1949 

1949 
1951 

1949 
1951 

1951 
1951 

1950 
1948 
1950 
1949 



1951 
1951 
1947 
1948 
1951 
1947 
1946 
1948 
1951 
1949 
1951 
1951 
1951 
1951 
1950 
1950 

1950 
1951 



FSS-7 
FSS-8 
FSO-5 
FSO-5 
FSS-9 



June 7, 1951 
Aug. 4, 1950 



June 6, 1946 
July 1, 1950 



FSS-8 - 
FSS-11 



FSO-3 
FSS-3 
FSO-4 
FSS-4 
FSO-4 
FSS-7 
FSS-7 
FSS-7 
FSO-5 
FSS-8 
FSO-6 
FSO-6 
FSO-6 



Mar. 
Dec. 
Apr. 
July 
Dec. 
Apr. 
Aug. 
Apr. 
May 
Aug. 
Jan. 
Oct. 
Aug. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
May 
Feb. 



16, 1951 
29, 1950 

25, 1951 

3, 1947 
2, 1951 

11, 1950 

4, 1950 
18, 1948 
31, 1951 

15, 1951 

26, 1950 
11, 1951 
22, 1949 

1, 1950 
26, 1951 
28, 1951 

16, 1949 



FSO-1 

FSR-2 
FSR-3 
FSS-2 
FSS-3 
FSS-2 
FSO-3 
FSS-3 
FSS-5 
FSR-4 
FSR-4 
FSR-5 
FSR-5 
FSR-5 
FSS-7 
FSS-7 
FSR-5 
FSS-7 • 



army liaison officer at Brit 
Tegucigalpa; naval liaison c 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



85 



Post 



Name and tiUe 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Salary 



E)-- Continued 



lA, NA, & Air A) 



n(C) 



Nov. 
Jan. 
Nov. 
Dec. 
May 
Jan. 
Dec. 
Nov. 
Nov. 



11, 1944 
24, 1950 

8, 1949 
14, 1949 
18, 1951 
17, 1950 
22, 1949 

2, 1948 
16, 1951 



Nov. 22, 1948 
July 20, 1951 

Feb. 26, 1948 
May 3, 1950 



Jan. 26, 1951 

Sept. 12, 1951 

Dec. 16, 1950 

Aug. 25, 1949 
Mar. 26, 1951 
Aug. 17, 1951 
Dec. 10, 1947 



hi(E) 



NORWAY- -Continued 

Ragnhild Dunker, v. c 

William Morrison Kerrigan, 2d sec. ; v. c 
Nona L. Gardiner, v. c 

Theodore A. Wahl, 2d sec; v. c 

Paul R. Hughes, 2d sec; v. c 

Charles P. Bell, aamin. asst. (MDAP) -- 
Philip B. K. Potter, v. c -- 

Carl E. Forkel, Jr., disbursing officer- - 
Richard Wendell Barham, 3d sec ; v. c - 

Lt. Col. Harold D. Hansen, army att — 
Capt. William Jackson Galbraith, naval 

att. and naval att. for air. 
Maj. Dale H. Jensen, air att 

Lt. Col. Benjamin Brown Manchester, 3d, 

asst. naval att. and asst. naval att. 

for air. 
Lt. Ralph Kenneth Holter, asst. naval att. 

and asst. naval att. for air. 
Lt. William Lester Sheppard, asst. naval 

att. and asst. naval att. for air. 
Capt. Paul G. Buskey, asst. air att 

Howard A. Bowman, cons 

Richard B. Eide, public affairs officer -- 

Francis R. Gasser, v. c 

Arvid G. Holm, v. c 

PAKISTAN 

^vra M. Warren, A. E. and P 

Warwick Perkins, couns. of emb 

Ray E. Lee, 1st sec. ; cons 

Andrew Vincent Corry, att. ^ 

John N. Plakias, 1st sec 

Edward Dahl, att 

Henry W. Spielman, 1st sec. ; att 

Albert C. Gamache, att 

Williams. Peacock, att 

Charles D. Withers, 2d sec. ; cons 

Samuel Jack Scott, att 

David H. Blee, att 

R. Verle Johnson, att 

David W. Morris, att 

John W. Bowling, 2d sec; cons 

Herbert Holmes Tate, asst. att. ^ 

Hugh Allan Grumpier, asst. att 

Annadele Riley, librarian 

W. Groke Mickey, asst. att 

Carrie Elizabeth Dreibelbies, att 

Alice S. Kirwan, librarian 

William B. Miller, 3d sec. ; v. c 

Anne A. Taylor, asst. att. to chief of 
mission. 

Nell Y. Kelley, asst. librarian 

James E. Hewes, Jr., 3d sec. ; v. c — 
David Taylor Schneider, 3d sec. ; v. c -- 
William G. Johnston, Jr., info, asst — 

Lt. Col. Robert L. Ashworth, army att - 
Capt. Paul Jackson, naval att. and naval 

att. for air. 

Col. Charles A. Miller, air att 

Maj. Newton J. Heuberger, asst. army 

att. 
Lt. Robert Bernard Thomas, asst. naval 

att. and asst. naval att. for air. 
I Maj. Chester M. Conrad, asst. air att — 

isigned also to Colombo, Katmandu, New Delhi, and Rangoon; resident in New Delhi, 
isident in Hyderabad. 



FSS-8 --- 


$ 5,853 


FSO-5 --- 


5,713 


FSS-8 --- 


5,493 


FSO-5 — 


5,313 


FSO-5 --- 


5,313 


FSS-8 — - 


5,313 


FSS-9 --- 


5,079 


FSS-9 -- 


4,899 


FSO-6 --- 


4,793 


FSO-4 — 


8,463 


FSR-4 - — 


7,863 


FSS-7 - — 


6,447 


FSS-8 — 


5,493 



\A, NA, & Air A) 



Dec. 28, 


1949 


Mar. 19, 


1950 


Jan. 16, 


1951 


Sept. 4 


1947 


Sept. 10 


1951 


Mar. 18 


1950 


July 25 


1949 


July 16 


1951 


Sept. 11 


1950 


Oct. 11 


1951 


May 18 


1951 


Aug. 26 


1949 


May 3 


1951 


June 1 


1951 


June 2 


1949 


Apr. 19 


1951 


June 17 


1950 


Jan. 30 


1949 


June 27 


1951 


Mar. 1 


1951 


Nov. 28 


1951 


Aug. 14 


1951 


Jan. 16 


1950 


Sept. 2 


1950 


Sept. 20 


1949 


Apr. 6 


1951 


July 4 


1951 


Oct. 18 


1951 


Apr. 20 


1950 


Sept. 20 


, 1949 


Nov. 18 


, 1950 


Jan. 27 


1951 


Feb. 8 


, 1950 



FSO-CM 
FSO-1 -- 
FSR-2 -- 
FSS-1 -- 
FSO-3 — 
FSR-3 -- 
FSO-3 -- 
FSS-5 -- 
FSS-5 -- 
FSO-4 — 
FSR-4 -- 
FSS-5 — 
FSS-5 -- 
FSS-5 -- 
FSO-4 — 
FSR-4 -- 
FSS-7 -- 
FSS-7 -- 
FSS-7 -- 
FSS-9 -- 
FSS-8 -- 
FSO-6 — 
FSS-9 -- 

FSS-9 -- 
FSO-6 — 
FSO-6 -- 
FSS-9 -- 



14, 300 
11,130 
10, 550 
10,030 
9,430 
9,130 
8,115 
7,455 
7,263 
7,263 
7,095 
7,095 
7,095 
6,963 
6,963 
6,447 
6,087 
5,907 
5,439 
5,313 
4,993 
4,899 

4,899 
4,793 
4,793 
4,719 



86 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 1952 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



PAKISTAN- -Continued 



Karachi (E)-- Continued 
(AA, NA, & Air A) 
--Continued. 

Dacca (C) 



Lahore (CG) 



Jerusalem (CG) 



Panama (E) 



Capt. James R. Nolan, asst. air att. ^ — 
1st Lt. James O. O'Neal, asst. air att -- 

Leo S. Disher, Jr., cons 

Julian Anthony Garrett, v. c 

Thomas Sherman Cleveland, librarian — 

Raleigh A. Gibson, cons, gen 

William August Withus, cons 

William F. Merrill, cons 

Henry Lowell Davis, v. c 

Harry M. Phelan, Jr., v. c 

Margaret L. MacKiernan, v. c 

John C. Craig, v. c 

Joyce R. Herrmann, v. c 

PALESTINE 

S. Roger Tyler, Jr., cons 

Ely E. Palmer, U.S. rep. on U. N. 
Conciliation Commn. for Palestine. 

John Pursell Rhodes, v. c 

Sara M. MacDonell, v. c 

Richard B. Parker, v. c 

Daniel O. Newberry, v. c 

PANAMA 

John C. Wiley, A. E. and P 

Murray M. Wise, couns. of emb 

Louis Clinton Nolan, att 

Albert E. Carter, 1st sec. ; cons 

G. Wallace LaRue, 2d sec; cons 

William B. Caldwell, att 

Rufus Z. Smith, 2d sec; cons 

Charles M. Gerrity, att. ; cons 

John H. Seate, asst. att. ; v. c 

Robert J. Bryant, asst. att 

John T. Flynn, asst. att 

William Griffin Arey, Jr., att 

Sybillia D. Jones, disbursing officer 

Fred Albert Durling, asst. att 

Raymond A. Valliere, 2d sec. ; v. c 

William W. Kirk, asst. att 

Nicholas Fortucci, v. c 

Anthony E. Starcevic, v. c 

Ruby Eloise Cade, disbursing officer 

Jose L. Romero, v. c 

Edward Livingston Tanner, att. ^ 

Gilbert F. Esquivel, cons, agt 

Lewis B. Tolman, cons, agt 

Charles H. Whitaker, cons 

PARAGUAY 

Howard H. Tewksbury, A. E. and P 

Harold Gresham, financial adviser 

Stuart B. Kerr, budget and mgmt. tech- 
nician. 
Frederic Russell Fisher, for. trade 

specialist. 
Joseph Parkes Crockett, financial adviser. 
John C. Shillock, Jr., 1st sec. ; cons 

Hector C. Adam, Jr., 2d sec; cons 

Ned P. Holman, Jr., att 

Thomas G. Tilson, asst. att 

Thomas D. Kingsley, 2d sec ; v. c 

Carroll E. Cobb, 2d sec. ; v. c 

^Assigned to Kabul and Karachi. 
Assigned also to Managua and San Jose; resident in San Jose. 



May 15, 1951 
Jan. 31, 1951 



Apr. 19, 
Mar. 14, 
Nov. 15, 
Jan. 19, 
Jan. 4, 
June 20, 
Aug. 16, 
Mar. 15, 
Mar. 5, 
May 10, 
Aug. 16, 



1951 
1951 
1951 
1951 
1950 
1951 
1951 
1951 
1951 
1950 
1950 



Dec. 14, 1949 
Jan. 3, 1951 

Aug. 23, 1951 

Aug. 29, 1951 

June 6, 1951 

May 16, 1949 



Almirante (CA) 

PHierto Armuelles (CA) • 
Colon (C) 



June 20 


1951 


Dec. 12 


1949 


Dec. 7 


1950 


Dec. 4 


1950 


June 21 


1949 


July 23 


1949 


Mar. 10 


1949 


Apr. 15 


1949 


June 6 


1951 


Oct. 21 


1949 


Dec. 20 


1949 


Apr. 6 


1951 


Sept. 26 


1951 


May 1 


1935 


Dec. 14 


1949 


Nov. 13 


1951 


Oct. 12 


1951 


Nov. 16 


1949 


Nov. 13 


1946 


Jan. 13 


1950 


Oct. 9 


1947 


Mar. 3 


1949 


May 29 


1943 


Apr. 21 


1950 



Asuncicin (E) 



Nov. 18, 1950 
Feb. 16, 1951 
May 28, 1951 

July 24, 1951 

Apr. 20, 1951 

Feb. 12, 1951 

Oct. 8, 1949 

Nov. 15, 1948 

May 28, 1950 

Mar. 31, 1949 

Nov. 14, 1951 



FSR-4 - 
FSS-7 - 
FSS-U 
FSO-2 - 
FSR-3 - 
FSS-5 - 
FSS-6 - 
FSS-7 - 
FSS-7 - 
FSO-5 - 
FSS-8 - 



FSO-4 -- 
FSO-CM - 

FSR-5 — 
FSS-8 — 
FSO-5 — 
FSO-6 — - 



FSO-CM - 
FSR-3 — - 
FSS-2 --- 
FSO-4 -- 
FSO-4 — 
FSS-5 — - 
FSO-4 -- 
FSS-6 --- 
FSS-7 --- 
FSS-7 -- 
FSS-7 -- 
FSS-7 — 
FSS-7 -- 
FSS-8 — 
FSO-5 — 
FSR-5 --- 
FSS-8 — 
FSS-9 — - 
FSS-9 --- 
FSS-9 --- 
FSS-3 - — 



FSO-4 - — 



FSO-CM 
TCA-2-- 
TCA-3-- 

TCA-3-- 

TCA-3 — 
FSO-3 -- 
FSO-4 — 
FSS-5 -- 
FSS-6 — 
FSO-5 -- 
FSO-5 — 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



87 



Post 



Name and title 



)n (E)-- Continued 



V, NA, & Air A) 



5) 



K, NA, & Air A) 



equipa (CA) 
itos (CA) -- 
llendo (CA) 
averry (CA) 



(E) 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Salary 



PARAGUAY- -Continued 



E. Osborne Crocker, asst. att --■ 

Mitchell C. Rasberry, v. c 

James B. Freeman, 3d sec. ; v. c 

Leo John Ryan, 3d sec. ; v. c 

Grace L. Hill, sec 



Col. Goodmans. Branch, army att 

Capt. William Ashby Evans, naval att. 

and naval att. for air. 
Brig. Gen. Burton M. Hovey, Jr., air 

att. ^ 

Col. Duane L. Kime, asst. air att. 

Lt. Col. Charles H. Roadman, asst. air 

att.^ 
Maj. Fernando J. Fernandez, asst. air 

att. ^ 

PERU 

Harold H. Tittmann, Jr., A. E. and P -- 
George C. Howard, couns. of emb. for 
econ. affairs. 

Willard F. Barber, couns. of emb 

Bernard Allen Bramson, att 

Warren H. McKenney, att.^ 

Richard H. Hawkins, Jr., 1st sec. ; cons- 
Reginald Bragonier, 1st sec 

Gilbert C. Chase, att 

Albert A. Giesecke, att 

Roy Olin Westley, att 

Frederick A. Kuhn, att 

Joseph B. Tisinger, 3d, att 

Robert Livingston Brown, att 

W. Charles Bridgett, att 

Robert S. Johnson, asst. att 

Edward V. Lindberg, 2d sec. ; v. c 

Sandy MacGregor Pringle, 2d sec. ; v. c - 

Laurin B. Askew, asst. att 

Robert A. Hurwitch, 3d sec. ; v. c 

George P. Stone, asst. att 

Ann Child, asst. att 



Col. Frank N. Leakey, sr. mil. att. ; 

army att. 
Comdr. John Richard Bromley, naval att. 

and naval att. for air. 
Lt. Col. McHenry Hamilton, Jr. , air att- 
Capt. Richard E. Hobson, asst. air att -- 
Capt. Charles L. Lutz, asst. air att — 

Jack Dwyre, cons, agt 

Ian Bennett A. Rokes, cons, agt 

Norman J. Linwood, cons, agt 

Richard John Grove Goodwin, cons, agt — 

PHILIPPINES, REPUBLIC OF THE 



May 6, 1948 

Feb. 5, 1951 

Mar. 31, 1951 

Nov. 26, 1951 

May 9, 1951 

Oct. 29, 1951 

Aug. 28, 1950 

Dec. 15, 1949 

Dec. 7, 1950 

Aug. 20, 1951 

Dec. 20, 1949 



FSS-9 -- 
FSS-9 -- 
FSO-6 --- 
FSO-6 -- 
TCA-9 — 


$ 5, 
4, 
4, 
4, 
3, 


079 
719 
593 
593 
531 




... 


::: 



June 


18 


1948 


May 


7 


1951 


Oct. 


14 


1950 


Mar 


26 


1951 


June 


5 


1950 


Sept. 


1 


1949 


Feb. 


23 


1950 


Feb. 


26 


1951 


Nov. 


16 


1931 


Dec. 


28 


1948 


Nov. 


16 


1950 


Apr. 


30 


1951 


Nov. 


22 


1950 


Aug. 


13 


1947 


Jan. 


8 


1934 


July 


22 


1949 


Dec. 


5 


1949 


Mar 


8 


1948 


Jan. 


24 


1951 


Dec. 


27 


1948 


May 


8 


1950 


Apr. 


23 


1951 


Oct. 


12 


1951 


Mar 


29 


1949 


June 30 


1949 


Jan. 


23 


1951 


July 


1 


1946 


Mar 


11 


1949 


June 


16 


1948 


Nov. 


23 


1949 



, A. E. and P 

Julian F. Harrington, minister 

Knowlton V. Hicks, 1st sec. ; cons, gen 

Richard R. Ely, att 

James L. Meader, att 

Robert R. Spence, att.* 

Thomas K. Wright, 1st sec. ; cons 

George S. Roper, 1st sec. ; cons 

Egbert G. White, att 

Graham N. McKelvey, att 

Joseph Cannon Watson, att.^ 

George Harvey Chapman, chief engineer 

James D. Bell, 1st sec. ; cons 

Jack Yeaman Bryan, att 



Mar. 5, 
Apr. 16, 
May 1, 
Sept. 13, 
July 1, 
Apr. 20, 
May 3, 
Sept. 13, 
June 23, 
May 15, 
Dec. 2, 
June 13, 
Dec. 17, 



1951 
1951 
1951 
1947 
1948 
1950 
1951 
1951 
1950 
1951 
1947 
1950 
1948 



FSO-CM 
FSO-2 -- 
FSR-2 -- 
FSS-1 — 
FSS-2 -- 
FSO-3 -- 
FSO-3 -- 
FSS-1 -- 
FSR-3 -- 
FSR-3 -- 
FSS-2 -- 
FSO-3 — 
FSR-3 -- 



FSO-CM - 




FSO-2 — 


12, 700 


FSO-2 - — 


11,130 


FSR-3 --- 


10,630 


FSS-2 --- 


10,250 


FSO-3 — 


9,730 


FSO-3 — 


9,730 


FSR-4 --- 


8,763 


FSS-4 — 


8,169 


FSS-5 — 


7,455 


FSR-4 — 


7,263 


FSR-4 — - 


7,263 


FSS-6 — 


7,221 


FSS-6 -- 


6,501 


FSS-7 — - 


5,907 


FSO-5 - — 


5,713 


FSO-5 — - 


5,513 


FSS-8 - — 


5,493 


FSO-6 --- 


5,093 


FSS-9 -- 


4,899 


FSS-9 -- 


4,719 







14, 300 

11,850 

11,850 

11,130 

10,250 

10,030 

10,030 

9,950 

9,730 

9,730 

9, 470 

9,130 

9,130 



igned also to Buenos Aires. 

igned to Asunci6n, Buenos Aires, Rio de Janeiro, and Santiago. 

igned also to Bogota, Buenos Aires, Montevideo, Quito, Rio de Janeiro, and Santiago. 

igned also to Australia, Hong Kong, Malaya, and New Zealand. 

igned also to Burma, Formosa, Indochina, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Federation of Malaya, and Thailand. 



88 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 1952 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Manila (E)--Continued 



PHILIPPINES, REPUBLIC OF THE --Continued 



Charles M. Tanner, motion picture 

officer. 
Frank M. Chapin, att 

Howard W. Brown, att. ^ 

William Vincent Broe, att 

Merrill W. Abbey, agri. att 

John Edward Roberts, att 

Frederic D. Schultheis, att 

Harry S. Hudson, att 

Donald B. McCue, att 

Spencer Solon Beman, 3d, att. ^ 

Charles A. Caldwell, receiving station 

supervisor. 

Earl Joseph Wilson, att 

Kenneth H. Sayre, public affairs officer - 

Alfred L. Callahan, sr. engineer 

Frederick Mayer, power plant supervisor 
Lawrence A. Gahn, photographic officer - 

Andrew E. Olson, 2d sec. ; cons 

Charles M. Rice, Jr. , budget and fiscal 

officer. 

Francis E. Berry, sr. engineer 

Mary Ella Townes, asst. att 

Jack V. Talbot, asst. att 

Glenwood Berton Matthews, gen. sers. 

officer. 

Lawrence M. Harper, att. ^ 

Ervin Clinton Ross, v. c 

Douglas B. O'Connell, asst. att 

Frederick- Sullivan York, asst. att 

Eugene A. Schnell, info, officer 

Hugh T. Collins, sr. engineer 

Charles E. Smith, sr. engineer 

Mildred Hall Mason, info, officer 

William W. Parriott, asst. att 

Charles Wesley Brannen, radio engineer - 

Paul Moy, asst. att 

John Melvin Hansell, asst. att 

Philip Broscha Bergfield, asst. att 

Carl Bauer, radio engineer 

Lawrence A. Olson, Jr., att 

Harold J. Sering, power plant technician - 
George Albert Plant, duplicating super- 
visor . 

John Thomas Dickmeyer, asst. att 

Arthur L. Gamson, v. c 

Arthur V. Metcalfe, v. c 

Elaina Graves, admin, asst 

Henry S. Merritt, jr. engineer 

Alvin Perrington Austin, communications 

supervisor. 

George A. Hays, v. c 

John Ryder Horton, asst. att 

Anne Bleecker Cooke, cultural affairs asst 

Charles Thomas Mayfield, asst. att 

Stephen A. Dobrenchuk, asst. att 

Earl Russell Linch, asst. att 

Louis Ross, radio technician 

Kenneth Arthur Landgren, publications 

officer. 

Cecilia F. Johnson, librarian 

Allan H. Gillis, public affairs officer 

(Laoag, N. W. Luzon). 
Darwin H. Shopoff, public affairs officer - 
Harry Truman Reasorer, info, officer -- 
Thomas Joseph Flynn, public affairs officer 



Aug. 17, 

Oct. 14 
Feb. 19 
Feb. 21 
Dec. 27 
Feb. 6 
June 26 
Oct. 14 
Oct. 11 
May 3 
July 10 

May 2 
June 8 
Jan. 13 
May 9 
Sept. 25 
Jan. 24 
Jan. 2 

Feb. 17 
Jan. 2 
Aug. 22 
Jan. 24 

Feb. 5 
Nov. 2 
July 23 
Sept. 20 
May 3 
July 1 
Dec. 30 
Aug. 17 
Oct. 15 
Mar. 30 
Mar. 25 
Feb. 26 
May 1 
May 8 
May 31 
Oct. 31 
Nov. 1 

Nov. 6 
Apr. 12 
July 18 
Nov. 23 
June 6 
Feb. 16 

May 5 
Dec. 13 
Dec. 29 
Jan. 11 
Feb. 19 
Mar. 22 
Apr. 30 
June 14 

Aug. 22 
Sept. 10 

Sept. 10 
Sept. 20 
Oct. 10 



^Assigned also to Hong Kong and all posts in Australia, Burma, Formosa, Indochina, 
New Caledonia, New Zealand, Republic of the Philippines, and Thailand. 

■^Assigned also to all posts in Australia, Burma, China, French Indochina, Indonesia, 
Japan, Korea, Malaya, New Zealand, Philippines, and Thailand. 

^Assigned also to Bangkok, Djakarta, Rangoon, and Saigon. 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



89 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Salary 



(E)--Continued 



\., NA, & Air A) 



PHILIPPINES, REPUBUC OF THE- -Continued 



Helen Dorothy Sims, English teacher 

Margaret Currie Shaffer, admin, asst — 

Seymour H. Glazer, 3d sec. ; v. c 

George E. Tener, 2d, 3d sec; v. c 

Donald W. Kilbrith, radio engineer 

Hubert Charles Cox, radio engineer 

James Curtice Miller, radio engineer — 
Herbert Ender, diesel mechanic technician 
Rot)ert Drake Kennedy, asst. cultural 

officer. 

Frank C. Collins, area mgr 

Frank N. Burnet, 3d sec. ; v. c 

Janet D. Wilson, sec 

Milton Clinton Updyke, disbursing officer- 
George Ernest Milburn, radio engineer -- 

Bernard C. Banke, radio engineer 

Lester J. Brooks, radio officer 

Richard C. Payne, radio engineer 

Mary Alice Ireton, librarian 

Eleanor Glover Bond, personnel asst — 
Madelaine M. Touchstone, English 

teacher. ^ 

John W. Dixon, asst. att 

Neill R. Westerdale, radio engineer 



/ (Warszawa) (E) 



\, NA, & Air A) 



(Danzig) (C) 



Col. Herbert F. Farmer, army att 

Capt. Walter Coler Holt, naval att. and 

naval att. for air. 
Col. Edward W. Maschmeyer, air att -- 

Col. Paul Burns, asst. army att 

Lt. Comdr. Joseph George Bogdan, asst. 

naval att. and asst. naval att. for air. 
Lt. Gilbert Walter Roberts, asst. naval 

att. and asst. naval att. for air. 
Maj. Marlen Elmer Reljer, asst. air att - 

David C. Cuthell, cons 

Elizabeth Sadler, English teacher 

John P. Coffey, v. c 

POLAND 

Joseph Flack, A. E. and P 

Garret G. Acker son, Jr., couns. of emb- 
Raymond Everett Lisle, Ist sec. ; cons -- 

Arthur Grant Lund, cons. ; att 

Ernest V. Polutnik, att. ; cons 

Jules E. Bernard, 2d sec. ; v. c 

Stanley J. Prisbeck, att 

Roye L. Lowry, 2d sec. ; v. c 

Col. Walter F. Choinski, army att 

Lt. Col. George E. Schneider, air att -- 
Lt. Col. Clarence S. Howe, asst. armyatt 
Lt. Comdr. Joseph Brown Sullivan, asst. 
naval att. and asst. naval att. for air. 
Maj. Lawrence M. McNally, asst. air att 



Feb. 


21, 


1951 


June 


18, 


1951 


Nov. 


6, 


1950 


Sept. 


21, 


1951 


Dec. 


31 


1949 


Feb. 


8 


1950 


Feb. 


26 


1950 


Apr. 


10 


1950 


July 


1 


1950 


July 


1 


1951 


Feb. 


26 


1951 


July 


1 


1946 


June 


16 


1950 


Feb. 


12 


1951 


Apr. 


9 


1951 


June 29 


1951 


Aug. 


6 


1951 


Aug. 


15 


1951 


Sept. 


7 


1951 


Sept. 


8 


1951 


Nov. 


16 


1951 


Dec. 


4 


1951 


Oct. 


1 


1951 


Jan. 


26 


1951 


Aug. 


7 


1951 


Sept 


11 


1951 


July 


16 


1951 


Mar 


28 


1951 


Feb. 


24 


1951 


Sept 


24 


, 1951 


Nov. 


8 


, 1951 


Feb. 


13 


, 1950 



FSS-9 
FSS-9 
FSO-6 
FSO-6 
FSS-9 
FSS-9 
FSS-9 
FSS-9 
FSS-9 

FSS-9 
FSO-6 
FSS-9 
FSS-9 
FSS-9 
FSS-9 
FSS-9 
FSS-9 
FSS-9 
FSS-9 
FSS-9 

FSS-9 
FSS-9 



— , cons 

PORTUGAL AND POSSESSIONS 
(Portugal) 



Sept. 20, 
June 27, 
Sept. 4, 
Nov. 29, 
May 1, 
Apr. 18, 
Mar. 20, 
Sept. 8, 



1950 
1950 
1951 
1950 
1950 
1951 
1951 
1950 



Mar. 20, 1951 
Jan. 31, 1951 
Oct. 26, 1951 
July 10, 1951 

Oct. 28, 1949 



FSO-5 -- 
FSS-8 - 
FSS-9 - 



FSO-CM 
FSO-2 -- 
FSO-3 — 
FSS-3 — 
FSS-6 — 
FSO-5 — 
FSS-8 — 
FSO-5 -- 



(Lisboa) (E) 



Lincoln MacVeagh, A. E. and P 

J. Bartlett Richards, 1st sec 

William P. Maddox, couns. of emb 

John Willard Car rigan, couns. of emb. 

(MDAP). 
Clifton R. Wharton, 1st sec. ; cons, gen 

Harry A. Real, pol. officer 

Theodore A. Xanthaky, att 

Jay Castillo, att 

Leonard B. Shubert, att 



5,259 
5,259 
5,093 
5,093 
4,899 
4,899 
4,899 
4,899 
4,899 

4,899 
4,793 
4,719 
4,719 
4,719 
4,719 
4,719 
4,719 
4,719 
4,719 
4,719 

4,719 
4,719 



5,313 
5,493 
4,719 



11,850 
9,130 
8,961 
6,501 
5,913 
5,493 
5,313 



Apr. 


8, 


1948 






Mar. 


14, 


1950 


FSO-2 - — 


12, 700 


Oct. 


26, 


1949 


FSO-2 -- 


11,850 


July 


1. 


1951 


FSO-2 — 


11,850 


Oct. 


12, 


1949 


FSO-2 - — 


11,130 


June 


8, 


1950 


FSR-3 - — 


9,730 


Feb. 


1, 


1945 


FSS-2 — 


9,710 


July 


1, 


1946 


FSS-3 --- 


8,721 


Sept. 


2, 


1951 


FSS-3 --- 


8,481 



igned to Iloilo and Manila; resident in Iloilo. 



90 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 1952 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



PORTUGAL AND POSSESSIONS- -Continued 



Lisbon (Lisboa) (E)-- 
Continued. 



(AA, NA, & Air A) 



Funchal, Madeira (CA)- 
Oporto (Porto) (C) 



Ponta Delgada, Sao Miguel 
(St. Michael), Azores (C). 



Lourenco Marques, Mozam- 
bique, Africa (CO). 

Luanda, Angola, Africa (C)- 



Bucharest (L) 



(AA) 



Jidda (E) 



Dhahran (CG) 



(Portugal) --Continued 
Easton T. Kelsey, int. trade economist 

(ECA). 
Reginald S. Kazanjian, 2d sec. ; cons — 
Livingston D. Watrous, 2d sec. ; cons — 

Leroy J. Benoit, att 

Frank J. T. Ellis, att 

Leland C. Altaffer, v. c 

Charles J. Kolinski, asst. att 

Charles C. Carson, 2d sec. ; v. c 

Clifton B. Naughton, asst. att 

Albert A. Rabida, asst. att 

Powhatan M. Baber, asst. att 

Buford G. Rogers, v. c 

Edith P. Meredith, econ. officer 

Ray Stillwell, asst. att -- 

W. Kennedy Cromwell, 3d, 3d sec; v. c- 
Lydia D. Anderson, admin, asst 



Col. Malcolm D. Jones, army att 

Comdr. Eugene Bennett Fluckey, naval 

att. and naval att. for air. 

Col. Bourne Adkison, air att 

Lt. William Holloway Roberts, asst. naval 

att. and asst. naval att. for air. 
Lt. Col. Willis J. Gary, asst. air att -- 
Capt. James B. Pritchard, asst. air att - 



Raleigh W. Krohn, cons, agt -• 
James C. Sappington, 3d, cons 

Stanley M. Howe, v. c 

J. Alfred laFreniere, cons — 
William Pershing Boswell, v. c 

(Possessions^) 



Donald W. Lamm, cons -- 
Wayne E. Snyder, v. c 
Richard Victor Fischer, v. 
Elmer E. Yelton, cons 
Helen Biggane, v. c 



Sept. 4 


1949 


Aug. 28, 1950 


Dec. 28 


1951 


Mar. 15 


1951 


Nov. 1 


1949 


Mar. 29 


1948 


June 15 


1948 


Mar. 2 


1950 


Feb. 27 


1951 


June 23 


1949 


June 23 


1950 


Mar. 7 


1949 


Aug. 11 


1949 


Sept. 15 


1950 


Apr. 11 


1951 


Apr. 16 


1951 


Oct. 29 


1951 


Aug. 7 


1950 


Oct. 21 


1948 


Dec. 6 


1951 


Aug. 1 


1951 


Jan. 18 


1951 


May 16 


1949 


Jan. 12 


1950 


Aug. 2 


1950 


May 11 


1951 


Jan. 22 


1950 



Thomas Glenn Murdock, cons. 
RUMANIA 



July 1, 1949 
Feb. 14, 1950 
May 15, 1950 
Aug. 21, 1951 
Mar. 10, 1950 
Feb. 20, 1948 



, E. E. and M. P 

James W. Gantenbein, couns. of leg. ;cons 

Edward J. Rowell, 1st sec. ; cons 

Paul A. Smith, Jr., 3d sec. ; v. c 

Victors. Montrezza, asst. att 

Col. Robert E. O'Brien, Jr., army'att — 
SAUDI ARABIA, KINGDOM OF 

3 

Raymond A. Hare, A. E. and P. 

Glenn A. Abbey, couns. of emb. * 

Orris C. Page, att 

Albert C. Purdy, diesel technician — -- 
Robert Bruce Kennedy, asst. customs 
adviser. 

John MacGregor Bowie, v. c 

William R. Crawford, Jr., 3d sec. ; v. c- 



Max Waldo Bishop, cons, gen 
M. Robert Rutherford, cons ■ 

John L. Murphy, v. c 

Richard D. Geppert, v. c --- 
Robert E. Dowland, v. c 
John Harris Gauntlett, v. c 



Feb. 8, 1950 
July 17, 1951 
July 31, 1951 
Jan. 15, 1951 

Oct. 17, 1950 



Sept. 20, 
Jan. 25, 
Sept. 6, 
June 22, 
Aug. 18, 



Aug. 
Aug. 



1950 
1951 
1951 
1947 
1951 

1950 
1951 



July 2, 1951 
Oct. 3, 1949 
May 16, 1950 
Jan. 31, 1951 
Dec. 5, 1949 
Sept. 22, 1950 



■■^See Bombay for consular officers who are assigned also to Portuguese possessions in India. 
^Assigned also to and resident in Elisabethville. 
' Accredited also as E. E. and M. P. to Yemen. 
'Assigned also to Sana' a. 



POSTS OF ASSIG^fMENT 



91 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Salary 



Air A) 



SPAIN 

Stanton Griffis, A. E. and P 

John Wesley Jones, couns. of emb 

Dorsey Gassaway Fisher, 1st sec. ; cons - 

Ivan B. White, couns. of emb 

Thomas James McCormick, att 

Daniel V. Anderson, 1st sec; cons 

Leon L. Cowles, 1st sec. ; cons, gen — 

Louis K. Benjamin, att 

Charles William Sitler, att 

Burl Stugard, att 

Alfonso Rodriquez, 2d sec 

Milton C. Rewinkel, 2d sec. ; cons 

Herman R. Kasper, att. ^ 

Marie Willis Cannon, att.^ 

Hoyt N. Ware, att 

Angler Biddle Duke, 2d sec. ; cons 

Terrance G. Leonhardy, att 

Russell L. Gibbs, att 

Joseph William Romita, att 

Robert D. Smith, att 

George D. Whittinghill, cons 

Harris H. Williams, 2d sec. ; v. c 

Martin G. Ryerson, att 

Harold Miller Null, asst. att 

EUwood M. Rabenold, Jr., 2d sec. ; v. c- 

Thomas R. Favell, 2d sec; v. c 

Roberts. Henderson, 2d sec. ; v. c 

Herbert B. Thompson, 2d sec. ; v. c 

August Hurdlebring, asst. att 

Nicholas Duke Biddle, asst. att 

Gillie C. Howell, biographic asst 

Hallye A. Heiland, disbursing officer — 

Col. William E. Shipp, sr. mil. att.; 

army att. 
Capt. Adolph Henry Oswald, naval att. 
and naval att. for air. 

Col. Milton M. Towner, air att 

Col. Robert A. Clilfe, asst. army att -- 
Lt. Col. Lloyd H. Gomes, asst. army att - 
Lt. Col. Charles Askins, Jr., asst. army 

att. 
Lt. Col. Robert B. Simpson, asst. army att 
Lt. Col. Caesar F. Fiore, asst. army att - 
1st Lt. Robert G. Krebs, asst. army att - 
Lt. Comdr. John P. Fox, Jr., asst. 

naval att. and asst. naval att. for air. 
Lt. Comdr. William Abraham Morgan, 

asst. naval att. and asst. naval att. for 

air. 
Lt. Comdr. Richard Edwin Brega, asst. 

naval att. and asst. naval att. for air. 
Lt. Comdr. Joseph Parker Morray, asst. 

naval att. and asst. naval att. for air. 

Maj.- Felix A. Kalinski, asst. air att 

Capt. Robert B. Bieck, asst. air att 

James E. Brown, Jr., cons, gen 

Rodolfo O. Rivera, cons 

Julifji P. Fromer, cons 

George E. Palmer, v. c 

Francis B. Moriarty, v. c 

John Harlan Southerland, v. c 

Robert E. Owen, v. c 

Dorothea F. Hyle, v. c 

C. Montagu Pigott, cons 

Glenn R. McCarty, Jr., v. c 

Robert D. O'Neill, v. c --- 

Cabot Sedgwick, v. c 

Robert E. Wilson, cons 

Robert Weston Ades, v. c 



Feb. 1 
Nov. 30 
Nov. 7 



Aug. 28 
Dec. 26 
Feb. 6 
Feb. 23 
June 10 
July 31 
Oct. 26 
Dec. 31 
May 14 
Oct. 18 
Mar. 12 
Feb. 2 
Apr. 18 
Feb. 13 
Aug. 1 
Feb. 26 
Nov. 19 
June 1 
Oct. 25 
Aug. 22 
Mar. 29 
May 4 
Mar. 24 
Sept. 28 
Nov. 30 
Dec. 29 
Sept. 13 
Oct. 19 



1951 
1949 
1950 



1950 
1950 
1950 
1951 
1948 
1950 
1950 
1949 
1948 
1945 
1951 
1951 
1949 
1950 
1951 
1951 
1951 
1950 
1949 
1951 
1949 
1950 
1949 
1949 
1942 
1948 
1945 
1948 



June 21, 1950 



Oct. 19, 1949 

Oct. 13, 1950 
Sept. 29, 1951 
Mar. 19, 1949 
Sept. 19, 1950 

Oct. 7, 1950 

Sept. 29, 1951 

Sept. 19, 1950 

Jan. 26, 1949 

May 27, 1950 



Apr. 17, 1951 

Oct. 9, 1951 

Mar. 18, 1950 
June 14, 1950 



Apr. 20, 
June 14, 
Nov. 13, 
Nov. 14, 
June 5, 
May 1, 
Mar. 19, 
Feb. 19, 
Jan. 30, 
Aug. 9, 
Aug. 16, 
Nov. 27, 
Dec 15, 
Dec. 16, 



1950 
1951 
1951 
1951 
1944 
1950 
1951 
1951 
1950 
1951 
1951 
1951 
1949 
1949 







FSO-1 — 


$13,200 


FSO-2 --- 


11,850 


FSO-2 --- 


11,500 


FSS-1 - — 


10, 550 


FSO-3 --- 


10,030 


FSO-3 --- 


9,730 


FSS-2 --- 


9,710 


FSR-4 --- 


8,863 


FSS-3 --- 


8,721 


FSR-4 --- 


8,463 


FSO-4 — - 


8,163 


FSS-4 — 


7,689 


FSS-5 — - 


7,635 


FSR-4 — 


7,563 


FSR-4 - — 


7,263 


FSS-5 --- 


7,095 


FSS-5 - — 


7,095 


FSS-5 --- 


7,095 


FSR-4 - — 


6,963 


FSS-6 --- 


6,501 


FSO-5 - — 


5,913 


FSS-7 — - 


5,907 


FSS-7 - — 


5,907 


FSO-5 — 


5,513 


FSO-5 - — 


5,513 


FSO-5 - — 


5,313 


FSO-5 --- 


5,313 


FSS-8 -- 


5,259 


FSS-9 — - 


4,899 


FSS-9 --- 


4,719 


FSS-9 --- 


4,719 


FSO-3 — - 


10,630 


FSS-4 --- 


8,409 


FSO-4 -- 


6,963 


FSS-7 - — 


6,267 


FSS-9 — 


5,619 


FSS-8 - — 


5,313 


FSS-9 - — 


5,079 


FSS-9 - — 


4,719 


FSO-2 — 


11, 130 


FSO-5 — - 


5,313 


FSS-8 - — 


5,313 


FSO-5 - — 


6,113 


FSO-3 --- 


9,430 


FSS-8 --- 


5,493 



iil 



) to Lisbon. 



- 52 



92 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 1952 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Seville (C)- -Continued 

Tenerite, Canary Islands (C) 
Valencia (C) 



Vigo (C) 



Stockholm (E) 



(AA, NA, & Air A) 



Goteborg (CG) 



Bern (L) 



SPAIN- - Continued 

John B. Morrison, v. c 

William B. Snidow, Jr., v. c 

Lloyd H. Wilkins, v. c 

George D. Laurell, v. c 

Gerald G. Jones, cons 

Everette L. Damron, v. c 

Regulo Rivera, v. c 

SWEDEN 

W. Walton Butter worth, A. E. and P 

Robert F. Woodward, couns. of emb 

Ware Adams, 1st sec. ; cons 

William Lewis Doyle, att 

Albin E. Johnson, att 

Ides van der Gracht, att 

Wilfrid Fleisher, att 

Einar Thure Anderson, att 

Oliver Arthur Peterson, att 

Elmer A. Reese, att. ^ 

Clarence A. Clausen, att 

Marshall Green, 2d sec; cons 

Carl Birkeland, cons. ; asst. att 

Keld Christenson, 2d sec. ; cons 

William Egan Colby, att — - 

Edward Ryan, att 

Harold Carlson, cons 

Frithjof C. Sigmond, cons. ; asst. att — 

Thomas C. Smith, v. c 

Paul F. DuVivier, 2d sec 

Carl L. Gebuhr, asst. att 

Erkki I. Kapy, asst. att 

Dorothy Edith Spofford, asst. att 

Edwin D. Crowley, 2d sec. ; v. c 

Robert LothropWare, Jr., v. c; asst. att- 

Barbara M. Westby, asst. att 

Doyle V. Martin, 3d sec; v. c 

Elsa Jonn, pol. officer 

Lt. Col. Roy W. Cole, Jr., army att --- 
Capt. Homer Bernard Hudson, naval att. 

and naval att. for air. 
Col. George L. Wertenbaker, air att. ^-- 
Lt. Col. Edward Hunter Hurst, asst. 

naval att. and asst. naval att. for air. 
Lt. Comdr. Leonard Joseph Opeil, asst. 

naval att. and asst. naval att. for air. 
Col. Kenneth E. Pletcher, asst. air att. ^ 
Lt. Col. George R. Rew, asst. air att. ^- 
Maj. Herbert J. Rogers, asst. air att. ^- 
Capt. William E. Moelich, asst. air att. ^ 

Francis H. Styles, cons, gen 

Stuart P. Olsen, public affairs officer — 

Glen S. Olsen, v. c 

WiUiam S. Rew, v. c 

SWITZERLAND 

Richard C. Patterson, Jr., E. E. and 

M. P. 
Paul G. Minneman, couns. of leg. for 

econ. affairs. 

Wayne Mason, att. * 

R. Borden Reams, couns. of leg 

Robert M. Barnett, att.* 



Aug. 22, 1951 
Oct. 21, 1949 
Mar. 13, 1951 
Jan. 24, 1951 
Apr. 16, 1949 
June 15, 1951 
Mar. 26, 1948 



July 5 


1950 


July 11 


, 1950 


Feb. 23 


1951 


July 4 


, 1951 


July 26 


, 1951 


Oct. 1 


1951 


Jan. 19 


1949 


Apr. 14 


1949 


July 8 


1948 


Nov. 20 


1950 


June 14 


1951 


Sept. 23 


1950 


Sept. 16 


1944 


June 12 


1950 


Mar. 29 


1951 


Dec. 27 


1950 


Sept. 15 


1922 


May 3 


1933 


Sept. 12 


1946 


Mar. 30 


1950 


Dec. 2 


1948 


Apr. 21 


1943 


July 1 


1946 


Aug. 15 


1951 


Mar. 27 


1950 


June 23 


1951 


June 29 


1951 


Nov. 11 


1922 


Mar. 22 


1949 


Dec. 28 


1949 


Apr. 21 


1950 


July 22 


1950 


Jan. 18 


1951 


Aug. 18 


1951 


Aug. 15 


1950 


Dec. 23 


1950 


Dec. 6 


1950 


June 1 


1951 


Mar. 24 


1951 


Dec. 1 


1950 


July 1 


1948 



FSS-9 - — 
FSS-8 - — 
FSR-5 — 
FSS-11 — 
FSS-6 — 
FSS-10 — 
FSS-9 -- 



FSO-CM ■ 
FSO-1 — 
FSO-1 — 
FSR-2 — 
FSR-2 -- 
FSS-1 — 
FSR-3 -- 
FSS-3 — 
FSR-4 — 
FSR-4 — 
FSR-4 — 
FSO-4 — 
FSS-6 --- 
FSO-4 -- 
FSR-4 -- 
FSS-6 -- 
FSS-8 — 
FSS-8 -- 
FSS-7 — 
FSO-5 -- 
FSS-7 --- 
FSS-8 --- 
FSS-8 -- 
FSO-5 -- 
FSS-8 --- 
FSS-9 -- 
FSO-6 — 
FSS-9 -- 



Mar. 22, 1951 

Sept. 21, 1949 

July 9, 1951 
Mar. 5, 1951 
May 23, 1950 



FSO-2 

FSR-5 
FSS-8 
FSS-9 



FSO-2 

FSR-2 
FSO-2 
FSR-2 



^Assigned also to Helsinki. 
^Assigned also to Copenhagen. 
'Assigned also to and resident in London. 
"'Resident in Geneva. 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



93 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Salary 



Inued 



& Air A) 



SWITZERLAND- -Continued 



Gordon Ferris Hull, Jr., att 

Donald Carl Dunham, att 

Thaddeus C. Martin, att 

Millard L. Kenestrlck, att.^ 

Avery B. Cohan, att. ^ 

Ludewyk Lek, att 

Howard Comfort, att 

James S. Kronthal, att 

Henry L. T. Koren, 2d sec. ; cons 

Laurence J. Daymont, cons 

Robert E. Read, att.^ — 

James H. MacMillan, att 

Douglas Henderson, 2d sec. ; cons 

Joseph R. Evans, cons. ; asst. att 

Maurice F. de Barneville, admin, officer 
William T. Carpenter, Jr., 2d sec. ; v. c 

Stephen B. Jenkins, radio specialist 

Joseph W. Schutz, v. c 

Robert M. Winfree, 2d sec. ; v. c 

Jane Clay Merrell, asst. att. ■' 

James R. Connelly, v. c 

Harriet Harling Lothrop, econ. asst 

Jean Brennan, econ. asst 

Mary Jane Cook, cultural affairs asst — 

Col. Miles A. Cowles, sr. mil. att.; 

army att. 
Capt. Henri H. Smith-Hutton, att. for 

naval questions.^ 

Col. Elder Patteson, air att 

Lt. Col. Myron L. Williams, asst. army 

att. 
Maj. Harold V. Mackey, asst. army att - 
Capt. Gordon Leonard Caswell, asst. att. 

for naval questions. 
Lt. Comdr. John Joseph McMullen, asst. 

att. for naval questions. 
Col. George B. Green, asst. air att. 3 — 
Lt. Col. Wilton H. Earle, Jr. , asst. air 

att. 
Capt. Frederick E. Bush, asst. air att -- 

John A. Lehrs, cons 

James M. O'Grady, v. c 

John T. Wheelock, cons, officer 

Roberts. Ward, Jr., cons, gen 

Donald C. Blaisdell, U. S. rep. for 

specialized agency affairs at Geneva. 

James M. Macfarland, cons 

Harold C. McCollom, asst. cons, att — 

R. Kenneth Oakley, cons 

Charles W. Thomas, cons 

Stephen Eric Krasa, v. c 

St. John Anthony Bargas, veterans affairs 

officer. 

Robert J. Redington, v. c 

George L. Howe, v. c 

Frederick A. Hill, v. c 

C. Porter Kuykendall, cons, gen.' 

Glion Curtis, Jr., cons 

Clyde L. Clark, cons — — - 

Franklin H. Murrell, cons 

Thomas T. Turner, v. c 

Robert Joseph Cunningham, v. c 

Charles M. Hanson, Jr., v. c 

Roger C. Brewin, v. c 



Aug. 

Mar. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Jan. 

May 

Sept. 

Apr. 

Apr. 

Sept. 

July 

Nov. 

Aug. 

Apr. 

Aug. 

Mar. 

Feb. 

Mar. 

Oct. 

Aug. 

Dec. 

Oct. 

Feb. 

May 



19, 1951 
28, 1950 
24, 1951 
30, 1950 
12, 1951 
21, 1951 

12, 1951 
21, 1947 

13, 1951 
1, 1949 

13, 1947 
21, 1951 

5, 1950 

11, 1947 
1, 1941 

6, 1951 
21, 1946 

4, 1949 

5, 1951 
3, 1951 

12, 1941 

10, 1945 

11, 1948 
3, 1951 



July 5, 1949 

Mar. 25, 1948 

Apr. 23, 1951 
Aug. 3, 1949 

Oct. 20, 1950 
Dec. 23, 1947 

Mar. 22, 1948 

Apr. 21, 1951 
Aug. 3, 1949 

July 5, 1951 

July 19, 1941 
Nov. 3, 1950 
Mar. 1, 1951 
Nov. 26, 1949 
June 22, 1951 

July 20, 1950 
Aug. 10, 1948 
June 19, 1951 
May 16, 1949 
Sept. 12, 1951 
Nov. 14, 1950 



May 
Feb. 
Sept. 

Feb. 
Oct. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
July 
Apr. 



21, 1951 
16, 1950 

10, 1951 

24, 1950 

11, 1950 
26, 1950 

22, 1949 
28, 1947 

2, 1950 

31, 1950 

5, 1951 



FSR-2 - 
FSS-2 - 
FSS-2 - 
FSR-3 - 
FSS-2 - 
FSR-3 ■ 
FSR-4 ■ 
FSS-4 ■ 
FSO-4 ■ 
FSS-4 • 
FSS-5 ■ 
FSS-5 ■ 
FSO-4 
FSS-6 
FSS-8 
FSO-5 
FSS-8 
FSS-8 
FSO-5 
FSS-8 
FSS-9 
FSS-9 
FSS-9 
FSS-9 



$11, 130 
9,470 
9,470 
9,430 
9,230 
9,130 
8,463 
8,169 
7,863 
7,689 
7,635 
7,095 
6,963 
6,501 
6,213 
5,913 
5,853 
5,853 
5,513 
5,313 
4,899 
4,719 
4,719 
4,719 



FSS-4 - 
FSS-8 ■ 
FSO-6 • 
FSR-2 ■ 
FSR-1 ■ 

FSS-5 • 

FSS-6 

FSO-4 

FSS-6 

FSS-8 

FSS-7 

FSO-5 
FSS-8 
FSS-9 

FSO-2 
FSO-3 
FSO-4 
FSS-6 
FSO-5 
FSS-9 
FSO-6 
FSO-6 



7,689 

5,313 

4,393 

11,850 

12, 800 

7,455 
7,041 
6,963 
6,501 
6,213 
6,087 

5,913 
5,313 
4,899 

11, 500 
9, 130 
8,163 
6,501 
5,713 
5,619 
5,093 
4,593 



1 Geneva. 

Iso to Paris. 

Iso to Brussels, Luxembourg, and Paris. 

•s on duty in Office of U.S. Delegation to E<:6nomic Commission for Europe at Geneva, seep. 109. 

Iso to Vaduz, Liechtenstein. 



94 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 1952 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Damascus (L) 



(AA, NA, & Air A) 



Bangkok (E) 



(AA, NA, & Air A)- 



SYRIA 

Cavendish W. Cannon, E. E. and M. P -- 

William G. Parr, att 

J. Forrest Crawford, att. ^ 

Paul F. Geren, 2d sec. ; cons 

Leonidas M. Parker, att 

Ralph Herbert Hall, att 

Leonard N. Caswell, cons 

Robert Braxton Whittinghill, att 

Harris Peel, asst. att 

John Frick Root, 2d sec. ; v. c 

Harry Mauricides, asst. att 

Harrison M. Symmes, Jr., 2d sec. ; v. c- 

WiUiam D. Brewer, 2d sec. ; v. c 

Gerda H. Stanger, librarian 

William L. Eagleton, Jr., 3d sec. ; v. c - 

Col. Hugh W. Stevenson, army att. ^ 

Lt. Comdr. Henry Clyde Turner, naval 
att. and naval att. for air.^ 

Col. William E. Covington, air att. ' 

Capt. Harold A. Neill, asst. army att. ^ - 
Maj. Emmett E. Curran, asst. air att.' - 
Capt. Robert J. HeflLng, asst. air att. ^ - 
Capt. John W. Eggleston, asst. air att.* - 

THAILAND 



Edwin F. Stanton, A. E. and P 

William T. Turner, couns. of emb. ; 

cons. gen. 
Aaron S. Brown, couns. of emb. ; cons -- 

Rufus Burr Smith, att 

William S. A. Pott, att 

Graham Sheppard Quate, att. ' 

Walter David Gardner, att 

John G. H. Scoon, att 

Conrad Wilhelm Anner, constr. super- 
visor. 

Eugene Franklin O'Connor, 3d, att 

Paul Adams, att 

Lyle C. Himmel, att 

RoUand H. Bushner, 2d sec. ; cons 

George Richard Todd, asst. att 

Cutler J. Coulson, motion picture officer 

Mary Anglemyer, asst. att 

Norman B. Hannah, 2d sec. ; v. c 

Bertha Charlotte Potts, asst. att 

Ralph A. Jones, 2d sec; v. c 

John H. Holdridge, 2d sec. ; v. c 

John M. Farrior, 2d sec. ; v. c 

Walter S. Norman, disbursing officer 
Roy Clifford Breiter, Jr., asst. att. 
(ECA). 

Lynn H. Olson, asst. att. ; v. c 

Robert Anderson, asst. att 

Robert W. Zimmermann, 3d sec. ; v. c - 

Howard Sayre Weaver, info, officer 

Fitz P. Boisseau, radio assistant 

William F. Spengler, 3d sec. ; v. c 



Col. Raymond D. Palmer, army att 

Lt. Col. David Worth Stonecliffe, naval 
att. and naval att. for air. ' 



Sept. 20 
Jan. 29 
Jan. 19 
Apr. 7 
Aug. 1 
June 19 
Apr. 22 
Sept. 18 
Jan. 19 
Sept. 19 
Jan. 13 
Apr. 28 
Nov. 16 
May 22 
Aug. 15 

Sept. 26 
Oct. 11 

Nov. 17 
Nov. 14 
Feb. 16 
Dec. 15 
Apr. 21 



Apr. 27 
Mar. 2 

Sept. 8 
Jan. 7 
Aug. 18 
July 1 
Aug. 17 
June 12 
Nov. 16 

Jan. 17 
Feb. 9 
May 21 
Jan. 9 
Feb. 15 
June 22 
Jan. 17 
Apr. 28 
Mar. 1 
June 28 
Sept. 13 
Dec. 5 
Mar. 16 
July 13 

Oct. 31 
Feb. 23 
Apr. 28 
Mar. 22 
Aug. 23 
May 7 

Oct. 1 
June 23 



1950 
1951 
1950 
1951 
1950 
1951 
1949 
1950 
1951 
1951 
1949 
1949 
1951 
1951 
1951 

1951 
1951 

1950 
1950 
1951 
1949 
1951 



1946 
1950 

1951 
1950 
1950 
1949 
1950 
1951 
1950 

1949 
1951 
1951 
1948 
1951 
1951 
1949 
1949 
1950 
1950 
1950 
1951 
1950 
1950 

1950 
1951 
1950 
1951 
1951 
1951 

1951 
1950 



FSO-1 
FSR-3 

FSS-5 
FSO-4 
FSS-6 
FSS-6 
FSS-7 
FSS-7 
FSS-7 
FSO-5 
FSS-9 
FSO-5 
FSO-5 
FSS-9 
FSO-6 



FSO-CM 
FSO-2 -- 

FSO-2 — 
FSR-3 — 
FSR-3 — 
FSS-3 — 
FSS-3 — 
FSS-3 -- 
FSS-4 -- 

FSR-4 -- 
FSS-5 -- 
FSS-5 -- 
FSO-4 -- 
FSS-7 -- 
FSS-7 -- 
FSS-8 — 
FSO-5 -- 
FSS-9 -- 
FSO-5 -- 
FSO-5 -- 
FSO-5 — 
FSS-8 -- 
FSS-8 -- 

FSS-8 -- 
FSS-9 --■ 
FSO-6 --■ 
FSS-9 -- 
FSS-9 --■ 
FSO-6 -- 



^Assigned also to Baghdad anu Beirut; resident in Beirut. 
^Assigned to Amman and Damascus. 
'Assigned also to Beirut. 

■'Assigned to Amman, Beirut, and Damascus; resident in Damascus. 
^Assigned also to Baghdad and Beirut; resident in Baghdad. 
^Assigned also to Federation of Malaya, Indochina, Indonesia, and Singapore. 
Assigned also to Rangoon. 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



95 



St 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



THAILAND- -Continuea 



Salary 



Continued 
Si Air A)-- 
d. 



Col. George G. Norman, air att 

Lt. Col. George B. Vivian, asst. army 

att. 
Lt. Comdr. William Theodore Lowry, 

asst. naval att. and asst. naval att. for 

air. 1 
Capt. Philip R. King, asst. air att 

George M. Widney, v. c 

Daniel D. Moore, v. c 

TRIESTE, FREE TERRITORY OF 



Nov. 24, 1950 
July 16, 1951 

Mar. 28, 1951 



Mar. 29, 1951 

Dec. 5, 1951 
June 12, 1951 



FSO-5 --- 

FSS-7 --- 


$6,313 
5,907 



For officers on duty in special office at Trieste, see p. 109. 
TURKEY 



George C. McGhee, app. A.E. and P 

Gerald Keith, couns. of emb 

Theodore J. Hadraba, couns. of emb - 

B. E. Kuniholm, 1st sec 

William O. Baxter, 1st sec 

Laurell L. Scranton, att 

Eric C. Wendelin, 1st sec 

Charles G. Osbourn, att 

Lewis Rex Miller, 1st sec 

Frederick P. Latimer, Jr., 1st sec - 
Victor E. von Lossberg, cml. att — 

Darrell Manning Price, att 

James R. GustLn, 2d sec 

Morton Schindel, att 

Herbert C. Rosenthal, att 

Edward L. Waggoner, 2d sec 

Monteagle Stearns, asst. att 

Daniel Philip Oleksiw, att 

Jane Ellis, asst. att 

Eliot W. Remick, Jr., att 

James V. Joyce, asst. att 

Emily Muriel Dean, asst. att 

William R. Roof, disbursing officer -• 
George F. WiUiams, communications 

supervisor. 
Francis M. Withey, cons, officer --■ 

Harold T. Pepin, asst. att 

Banks Allen Murray, Jr., asst. att -• 

Barbara Porteous, asst. att 

Howard L. McVitty, att.^ 

Daniel Brown, info, asst 



; Air A) -- 



Col. John Meade, sr. mil. att. ; army att - 
Capt. James Paul Walker, naval att. 

and naval att. for air. 

Col. Raymond F. Wiseheart, air att 

Col. Lucius N. Cron, asst. army att 

Lt. Col. Halford R. Greenlee, Jr., asst. 

army att. 

Maj. John E. Rhea, asst. army att 

Capt. Leon A. Willie, asst. army att — 
Capt. James E. Nitch, asst. army att — 
Lt. Joseph P. DePalma, Jr. , asst. army 

att. 
Capt. Hugh Alphonsus McDevitt, asst. 

naval att. and asst. naval att. for air. 
Lt. Col. Herbert Field Woodbury, asst. 

naval att. and asst. naval att. for air. 
Lt. Comdr. Thomas Witherby, Jr., asst. 

naval att. and asst. naval att. for air. 



Iso to Rangoon. 

nbassy also at Istanbul. 

Iso as public affairs officer at and resident in Izmir. 



Dec. 8, 


1951 


June 1, 


1950 


June 1, 


1949 


July 15, 


1949 


Apr. 27, 


1949 


July 5, 


1950 


Apr. 18, 


1951 


June 21, 


1951 


Feb. 25, 


1950 


Feb. 11, 


1950 


Jan. 24, 


1951 


May 16, 


1951 


Apr. 4, 


1951 


May 2, 


1951 


June 8 


1951 


Mar. 29 


1951 


Sept. 9 


1949 


May 13 


1951 


Mar. 2 


1951 


Sept. 26 


1951 


Feb. 23 


1951 


Oct. 26 


1948 


Oct. 26 


1949 


May 23 


1949 


Dec. 18 


1950 


July 19 


1951 


Apr. 13 


1951 


Jan. 3 


1950 


Nov. 3 


1950 


Sept. 16 


1951 


Apr. 19 


1951 


July 18 


1951 


Nov. 16 


1950 


Apr. 17 


1951 


Nov. 2 


1950 


Mar. 13 


1950 


June 29 


1951 


Aug. 10 


1951 


Nov. 9 


, 1951 


Dec. 7 


, 1951 


July 31 


, 1951 


Nov. 16 


, 1950 







FSO-1 — 


13,600 


FSO-2 — - 


11, 130 


FSO-2 — 


11,130 


FSR-2 -- 


U, 130 


FSS-1 -- 


11, 130 


FSO-3 --- 


10, 630 


FSS-2 --- 


9,950 


FSR-3 — - 


9,430 


FSO-3 --- 


9,130 


FSS-4 --- 


8,169 


FSS-5 --- 


8,115 


FSO-4 - — 


7,563 


FSS-5 --- 


7,095 


FSS-5 -- 


7,095 


FSO-4 --- 


6,963 


FSR-4 --- 


6,963 


FSR-4 --- 


6,963 


FSR-5 — 


6,713 


FSS-6 - — 


6,501 


FSR-5 - — 


5,913 


FSS-8 --- 


5,853 


FSS-8 - — 


5,853 


FSS-9 --- 


5,619 


FSS-8 — 


5,493 


FSS-8 -- 


5,493 


FSS-8 --- 


5,313 


FSS-9 - — 


5,079 


FSS-9 --- 


4,719 


FSS-9 - — 


4,719 







"I 



il'l 



i 



96 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 1952 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



TURKEY--Continued 



Ankara (E)--Continued 
(AA, NA, & Air A)- 
Continued. 



Istanbul (Constantinople) 
(CG). 



Izmir (Smyrna) (C) 



Pretoria, Transvaal (E) ' 



(AA & Air A) 



Lt. Comdr. John Quincy Edwards, asst. 

naval att. and asst. naval att. for air. i 
Lt. Comdr. Mario Curry Galassi, asst. 

naval att. and asst. naval att. for air. ^ 
Lt. Col. Charles W. Edwards, asst. air 

att. 

Lt. Col. Hugh D. Dow, asst. air att 

Capt. Walter W. Bennett, asst. air att -- 
Capt. Ross L. Mitchell, asst. air att — 

Capt. Donald F. Brazee, asst. air att 

Capt. Andrew L. Loehr, asst. air att — 
1st Lt. Felix N. Sachanen, asst. air att - 

Elbert G. Mathews, cons, gen 

Frederick T. MerriU, cons 

Archibalds. Roosevelt, Jr., cons 

Frank P. Butler, cons 

Donald B. Calder, cons 

WiUiam E. Kugeman, Jr., public affairs 

officer. 

James R. Carter, att 

Herbert Tefft Krueger, v. c 

Robert R. Kerwin, v. c 

Ghosn J. Zogby, cons, att 

Wilson P. Dizard, Jr., v. c 

Marschal D. Rothe, Jr., v. c 

Otis W. Rhoades, v. c 

Donald Stone MacDonald, v. c 

Bertha Carp, asst. att 

Frances D. Hyland, v. c 

Maryette A. Coxe, v. c 

David M. Zimmerman, Jr., v. c 

Robert H. Mandil, v. c 

Alexander Borissevitch, admin, asst 

Horace Allison Dutton, v. c 

Leonard F. Jones, v. c 

Edward F. Rivinus, Jr., cons 

Howard L. McVitty, public affairs 

officer. ^ 
Arthur Wolcott Purcell, v. c 

UNION OF SOUTH AFRICA 

Waldemar J. Gallman, A. E. and P 

David A. Robertson, 1st sec 

William O. Vanderburg, att 

Joseph H. Sweeney, att 

Chester R. Chartrand, att 

Bernard C. Connelly, 1st sec 

John A. Birch, att 

Lawrence W. von Hellens, att 

Joseph L. Dougherty, att 

Bryan R. Frisbie, att.* 

Henri E. LaTendresse, att 

John William Jelich, Jr., disbursing 

officer. 
Morris Dembo, 3d sec 



Jan. 23, 


1951 


Nov. 30, 


1951 


Aug. 3, 


1949 


Mar. 1, 


1951 


June 29, 


1949 


Mar. 13, 


1950 


July 22, 


1950 


June 7, 


1951 


June 7, 


1951 


June 18, 


1951 


Aug. 22, 


1949 


Mar. 30, 


1951 


Nov. 17, 


1949 


July 17, 


1951 


Oct. 23, 


1951 


Aug. 12, 


1949 


June 6, 


1950 


Apr. 12, 


1951 


May 19, 


1950 


Mar. 28, 


1951 


Mar. 30, 


1951 


Sept. 27, 


1949 


Apr. 17, 


1951 


Dec. 5, 


1947 


July 6, 


1949 


Apr. 27, 


1951 


Oct. 31, 


1950 


Jan. 12, 


1944 


Apr. 26, 


1950 


Apr. 18, 


1951 


Apr. 20, 


1951 


June 5, 


1950 


Sept. 1, 


1950 


Apr. 13, 


1951 



Lt. Col. John J. Davis, army att 

Lt. Col. Edwin A. Bland, Jr. , air att - 
Maj. Elmer T. Harshbarger, asst. air 

att. 
Capt. WiUiam E. Gregg, asst. air att - 
Capt. Emory C. Morgan, asst. air att- 



Aug. 22, 


1951 


Sept. 21, 


1951 


July 1, 


1949 


Dec. 12, 


1949 


Oct. 31, 


1950 


Sept. 1, 


1949 


Oct. 5, 


1949 


June 16, 


1950 


Feb. 10, 


1947 


Mar. 26, 


1951 


Sept. 5, 


1950 


Jan. 30, 


1950 


May 16, 


1949 


June 28, 


1949 


Oct. 28, 


1948 


Mar. 23, 


1949 


June 28, 


1949 


Feb. 16, 


1951 



^ Resident in Istanbul. 

^Assigned also as att. at Ankara. 

3 Embassy Chancery maintained at Capetown during sessions of the Union Parliament. (Parliament n 
convenes early in January and is prorogued about the end of May, but special sessions may be called a 
time.) 

'Assigned also to London, Lourenco Marques, Salisbury, and Tananarive. 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



97 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Salary 



UNION OF SOUTH AFRICA- -Continued 

John F. Stone, cons, gen 

Augustus C. Owen, v. c 

Edward West Burgess, v. c 

Julian E. Merris, Jr., v. c 

Paul C. Seddicum, cons 

Arne T. Fliflet, v. c 

Virgil E. Prichard, v. c 

Roy Perry Merritt Carlson, v. c — 

Sydney B. Redecker, cons, gen 

Marselis C. Parsons, Jr., cons, gen 

Charles O. Thompson, cons 

Ben A. Thirkield, cons 

Collin E. Ostrander, v. c 

William J. Keatley, admin, officer -- 

Robert D. Davis, v. c 

Theodore A. Tremblay, v. c 

Edna C. Gordon, librarian 

Harold D. Robison, cons 

James O. Belden, v. c 



UNION OF SOVIET SOCIALIST REPUBLICS 



Apr. 


12 


1951 


Oct. 


31 


1951 


Apr. 


10 


1950 


Apr. 


21 


1950 


May 


17 


1951 


Oct. 


4 


1950 


Jan. 


27 


1948 


Nov. 


13 


1951 


June 21 


1948 


Aug. 


1 


1951 


May 


16 


1949 


Oct. 


18 


1948 


Mar 


22 


1951 


Apr. 


6 


1951 


Mar 


14 


1950 


Apr. 


6 


1951 


May 


11 


1951 


Apr. 


11 


1949 


June 


6 


1950 



Admiral Alan G. Kirk, A. E. and P 

Hugh S. Gumming, Jr. , couns. of emb. ; 

dep. chief of mission with personal 

rank of minister. 

Elim O'Shaughnessy, couns. of emb 

John M. McSweeney, couns. of emb 

Burlin B. Hamer, att 

Norman C. Stines, Jr., 1st sec. ; cons -- 
William L. Magistretti, 2d sec. ; cons -- 

Robert Orris Blake, 2d sec. ; cons 

George T. Lister, 2d sec. ; v. c 

Robert Irving Owen, 2d sec. ; v. c 

Charles B. McLane, att 

Malcolm Toon, 2d sec; v. c 

Kenneth Alan Kerst, att 

James W. Pratt, 2d sec. ; v. c 

Richard T. Davies, 2d sec. ; v. c 

Ralph S. Collins, 2d sec. ; v. c 

James A. Garvey, 2d sec. ; v. c 

Robert C. Tucker, translator 

William E. Russell, Jr., att 

Eugenia Wolliak, att 

Frank v. Rounds, Jr., att 

George R. Atkins, bldg. supt 

Margaret J. McClellan, att 

Samuel M. Janney, Jr., att 

John W. Gordhamer, att 

Culver Gleysteen, 3d sec; v. c 

Maj. Gen. Robert W. Grow, sr. mil. 

att. ; army att. 
Capt. James Graeme Lang, naval att. 

and naval att. for air. 

Col. Philip R. Hawes, air att 

Maj. Reuben B. Thronal, asst. army att - 
Maj. James W. Dean, asst. army att -- 
Maj. George Van La.ethem, asst. army 

att. 
Maj. Martin J. Manhoff, asst. army att - 
Comdr. Bruce Livingston Canaga, Jr., 

asst. naval att. and asst. naval att. 

for air. 
Lt. Comdr. Robert Schenck Day, asst. 

naval att. and asst. naval att. for air. 
Lt. Comdr. Irwin Griffith Edwards, 

asst. naval att. and asst. naval att. for 

air. 
Lt. Comdr. Wallace Peter Buerschinger, 

asst. naval att. and asst. naval att. for 

air. 



May 21, 1949 
June 12, 1950 



July 14 
July 1 
Jan. 12 
June 2 
May 18 
Dec. 29 
June 2 
June 30 
June 18 
June 30 
Aug. 21 
Apr. 21 
June 7 
July 1 
Apr. 25' 
Jan. 23 
May 10 
Nov. 2 
Oct. 8 
June 14 
Mar. 14 
Oct. 23 
Oct. 31 
June 28 

Apr. 20 

Apr. 23 

July 26 
Dec. 14 
Mar. 27 
Mar. 30 

Oct. 4 
June 5 



1951 

1951 
1950 
1950 
1951 
1949 
1950 
1951 
1950 
1951 
1951 
1949 
1951 
1949 
1951 
1948 
1951 
1950 
1950 
1948 
1950 
1951 
1951 
1950 

1950 

1951 

1951 
1949 
1951 
1951 

1951 
1951 



Dec. 10, 1949 
Oct. 16, 1950 

Jan. 26, 1951 



FSO-3 - 
FSS-9 - 
FSO-5 - 
FSS-U 
FSS-6 - 
FSS-8 - 
FSS-9 - 
FSO-6 - 
FSO-2 - 
FSO-2 - 
FSO-4 - 
FSR-4 - 
FSS-7 - 
FSS-8 - 
FSO-5 - 
FSO-6 - 
FSS-9 - 
FSO-3 - 
FSS-11 



FSO-1 



FSO-3 
FSO-3 
FSS-3 
FSO-4 
FSO-4 
FSO-4 
FSO-5 
FSO-5 
FSS-7 
FSO-5 
FSS-7 
FSO-5 
FSO-5 
FSO-5 
FSO-5 
FSS-8 
FSS-8 
FSS-9 
FSS-9 
FSS-9 
FSS-9 
FSS-9 
FSS-9 
FSO-6 



$10,030 
5,619 
5,513 
4,047 
6,681 
5,313 
4,719 
4,593 
12, 700 
11,130 
8,463 
6,963 
6,087 
5,673 
5,313 
5,093 
4,719 
9,430 
4,047 



14, 300 



9,730 
9,130 
8,721 
7,563 
7,263 
6,963 
6,113 
6,113 
6,087 
5,913 
5,907 
5,713 
5,713 
5,513 
5,313 
5,313 
5,313 
5,259 
4,899 
4,719 
4,719 
4,719 
4,719 
4,593 



98 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 1952 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



UNION Of soviet socialist republics --Continued 



Moscow (E)--Continued 
(AA, NA, & Air A)- 
Continued. 



Montevideo (E) 



(AA, NA, & Air A) 



Caracas (E) 



(AA, NA, &AirA) 



Maj. Robert Warren Leute Bross, asst. 

naval att. and asst. naval att. for air. 
Lt. Hugh M. Smith, asst. naval att. and 

asst. naval att. for air. 
Maj. James M. Norwood, asst. air att -- 
Maj. Thomas B. Johnson, asst. air att -- 

URUGUAY 

Edward L. Roddan, A. E. and P 

Edward G. Trueblood, couns. of emb --- 

Warren H. McKenney, att. ^ 

Sidney K. Lafoon, 1st sec. ; cons 

Robert W. Wagner, att 

Francis W. Herron, att 

Dale E. Farringer, att 

Thomas Gardner Allen, att 

George R. Vitale, asst. att 

James Kee, asst. att 

Roljert D. Gahagen, asst. att 

Margaret Esther Hall, librarian 

William P. Robertson, v. c 

David L. Gilsinn, asst. att 

Frank James Devine, 2d sec. ; v. c 

Eugene S. Staples, asst. att 

Robert J. Tepper, 3d sec. ; v. c 

Heywood H. Stackhouse, 3d sec. ; v. c --• 

Col. Paul K. Porch, sr. mil. att. ; army 

att. 
Comdr. Jacob Vincent Heimark, naval 

att. and naval att. for air. 
Capt. Manuel C. Castro, air att 

VENEZUELA 

Fletcher Warren, A. E. and P 

Franklin W. Wolf, couns. of emb. for 
econ. affairs. 

James H. Kempton, agri. att 

Raymond G. Leddy, 1st sec 

Joseph Francis McEvoy, 1st sec 

Hartwell Webb, att 

Robert N. Dahlgren, att 

Linton L. Barrett, att 

J. David Jackson, att 

Richard I. Phillips, 2d sec 

Arthur P. Biggs, att.^ 

William L. Brewster, 2d sec 

Edwin S. Coleman, att 

Horace C. de Baca, asst. att 

Albert Harkness, Jr., asst. att 

Edward H. Hinkle, asst. att 

Arthur D. Foley, v. c 

Hugh C. Reichard, att -- 

Frederick Maresch, econ. analyst 

William G. Stoner, procurement and sup- 
ply officer. 

Hugh Osborne MacAuley, asst. att 

Carl Edward Bartch, 3d sec 

Robert T. Shaw, asst. att 

Col. Lawrence E. Shaw, sr. mil. att.; 

army att. 
Capt. Joseph Raphael Barbaro, naval att. 

and naval att. for air. 



Aug. 8, 1951 

Jan. 23, 1951 

Dec. 19, 1950 
June 5, 1951 



Sept. 


19 


1951 


June 


11 


1951 


June 


5 


1950 


Jan. 


23 


1947 


July 


18 


1951 


Oct. 


6 


1950 


June 


1 


1950 


Oct. 


11 


1951 


May 


4 


1934 


Nov. 


21 


1951 


Aug. 


4 


1949 


July 


19 


1949 


Jan. 


26 


1950 


Jan. 


2 


1951 


Dec. 


8 


1950 


May 


22 


1951 


Sept. 


10 


1951 


Apr. 


18 


1951 


Dec. 


7 


1950 


Apr. 


27 


1951 


July 


15 


1950 



FSO-2 

FSS-2 
FSO-3 
FSS-4 
FSS-5 
FSS-5 
FSS-5 
FSS-6 
FSS-7 
FSS-7 
FSS-8 
FSS-8 
FSS-8 
FSO-5 
FSR-5 
FSO-6 
FSO-6 



Oct. 3 


1951 


Nov. 17 


1950 


Sept. 7 


1942 


Sept. 23 


1948 


June 4 


1951 


Oct. 10 


1951 


Nov. 11 


1949 


June 7 


1951 


July 23 


1951 


Sept. 10 


1948 


Mar. 14 


1951 


Oct. 8 


1951 


Dec. 26 


1950 


Dec. 30 


1932 


Sept. 19 


1951 


July 13 


1949 


June 18 


1951 


July 15 


1950 


Nov. 7 


1945 


Dec. 18 


1950 


May 24 


1951 


June 26 


1951 


Nov. 17 


1949 


Oct. 1 


1949 


Dec. 20 


1950 



FSO-CM - 




FSO-2 --- 


12,20 


FSS-1 -- 


10,85 


FSO-3 --- 


9,13 


FSR-3 --- 


9,13 


FSS-4 - — 


8,40 


FSS-4 --- 


7,92 


FSR-4 — 


7,86 


FSS-4 --- 


7,68 


FSO-4 --- 


7,26 


FSS-5 — - 


7,09 


FSO-4 — - 


6,96 


FSS-6 --- 


6,68 


FSS-7 --- 


6,62 


FSR-5 - — 


6,31 


FSS-7 - — 


6,08 


FSO-5 — - 


5,91 


FSR-5 — - 


5,91 


FSS-8 - — 


5,49 


FSS-9 - — 


5,43 


FSS-8 - — 


5,31 


FSO-6 - — 


4,99 


FSS-9 - — 


4,71 



^Assigned also to Bogota, Buenos Aires, Lima, Quito, Rio de Janeiro, and Santiago. 
Assigned also to Belize, Bogota, Ciudad Trujillo, Curacao, Georgetown, Guatemala, Habana, Kingston, 
Managua, Martinique, Mexico City, Panama, Paramaribo, Port-of-Spain, Port-au-Prince, Quito, San Jose', 
San Salvador, and Tegucigalpa. 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



99 



ost 



Name and title 



VENEZUELA-- Continued 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Salary 



Continued 
& Air A)- 
ed. 



(CA) 



2, Anzoategui 



& Air A) 



Lt. Col. William F. Duncan, air att. ^ -- 
Lt. Comdr. William Wendall Gribble, 

asst. naval att. and asst. naval att. 

for air. 
Capt. Robert D. Milholland, asst. air 

att.i 
Capt. John A. Callahan, asst. airatt. ^-- 
1st Lt. Joe Richard Qulntanna, asst. air 

att. ^ 



cons 



George R. Phelan, cons 
Joseph Anthony Armenia, 

Charles W. Booth, v. c 

John Henry Parmerton, cons. 

Caspar D. Green, cons 

Dale M. Christensen, v. c - 
George J. Demetriou, v. c - 
Frederick H. Hauser, Jr., v. 

Charles E. Lilien, v. c 

Park F. WoUam, v. c 

Leroy C. Aycock, v. c 



agt 



Dec. 5, 


1949 






July 19, 


1951 






Jan. 30, 


1951 






Feb. 15, 


1951 






Dec. 21, 


1949 






May 4, 


1942 


FSS-7 --- 


$ 6,447 


Nov. 13, 


1951 


FSS-7 --- 


5,907 


Sept. 8, 


1950 


FSS-9 --- 


5,079 


Nov. 23, 


1948 






Sept. 16, 


1950 


FSO-3 - — 


9,130 


Mar. 6, 


1951 


FSS-7 --- 


5,907 


July 30, 


1951 


FSS-8 --- 


5,313 


Apr. 7, 


1950 


FSS-9 - — 


5,079 


Nov. 26, 


1951 


FSO-6 --- 


4,193 


Sept. 17, 


1949 


FSO-6 -- 


5,093 


June 22, 


1950 


FSS-U - 


4,467 



VIETNAM, STATE OF 

Donald R. Heath, E. E. and M. P.^ 

Edmund A. GuUion, couns. of leg. ; cons. 

gen. 

Frederic P. Bartlett, 1st sec; cons 

Leslie Snowden Brady, att 

Wynthrop M. Orr, radio officer 

John E. Pickering, att 

Roland T. Morel, att 

Thomas J. Duffield, Jr. , 2d sec. ; cons - 

Alberts. Browne, cons 

Herbert Reiner, Jr., att 

Gardner C. Carpenter, 2d sec. ; v. c 

Paul L. Springer, v. c 

James C. Risk, asst. att 

Thelma M. Jenssen, personnel technician 

Thomas J. Corcoran, 2d sec; v. c 

William B. Dimn, 2d sec ; v. c 

Myron Lee Cotterman, asst. att 

Vivian O. deBordeaux, cultural affairs 

officer. 

Helen J. Mullen, personnel officer 

Ralph M. Kearney, admin, asst 

John I. Getz, 3d sec. ; v. c 

Paul M. Popple, 3d sec. ; v. c 

John Henry Lewis, librarian 

Laverne J. Kunke, info, asst 

Barbara A. Mella, nurse 

Richard G. Mack, motion picture officer - 

Dinty Whiting, v. c 

David R. Thomson, 3d sec. ; v. c 



Col. Lee V. Harris, sr. mil. att. ; army 

att. 
Col. George William Killen, naval att. 

and naval att. for air. 
Lt. Col. Edmund F. Freeman, air att -- 
Lt. Col. John B. Lininger, asst. army 

att. 
Capt. Edward N. Korn, asst. army att -- 
Maj. Royal Early North, asst. naval att. 

and asst. naval att. for air. 



June 29, 1950 
Dec. 7, 1949 

July 26, 1950 
Oct. 10, 1950 



Aug. 17, 
May 3, 
Oct. 21, 
Aug. 6, 
Oct. 3, 
July 19, 
Apr. 25, 
May 9, 
June 20, 
July 12, 
July 11, 
July 10, 
July 25, 



1951 
1950 
1949 
1951 
1951 
1950 
1950 
1950 
1950 
1950 
1951 
1951 
1951 



Sept. 

Feb. 

Dec. 

Nov. 

Dec. 

Jan. 

Aug. 

Mar. 

Mar. 



6, 1951 
2, 1.951 
9, 1949 

29, 1951 
4, 1950 

29, 1951 
9, 1950 
4, 1951 

10, 1951 



May 26, 1950 

June 4, 1951 

Mar. 22, 1950 
Mar. 31, 1950 

Dec. 28, 1950 
Apr. 25, 1950 



FSO-CM - 




FSO-2 — 


11,130 


FSO-2 -- 


11,130 


FSS-2 --- 


9,950 


FSR-4 --- 


8,763 


FSS-3 — 


8,481 


FSS-5 — - 


7,095 


FSO-4 - — 


6,963 


FSS-6 -- 


6,861 


FSS-6 -- 


6,501 


FSO-5 --- 


5,513 


FSS-8 — - 


5,493 


FSS-8 --- 


5,493 


FSS-8 — 


5,493 


FSO-5 -- 


5,313 


FSO-5 --- 


5,313 


FSS-8 --- 


5,313 


FSS-8 --- 


5,313 


FSS-8 --- 


5,313 


FSS-9 — 


5,259 


FSO-6 --- 


5,093 


FSO-6 -- 


5,093 


FSS-9 — 


4,899 


FSS-9 --- 


4,899 


FSS-9 --- 


4,719 


FSS-9 --- 


4,719 


FSS-9 - — 


4,719 


FSO-6 — 


4,393 















also to Bogota and Quito. 

at Saigon is accredited also to the Kingdoms of Cambodia and Laos; resident in Saigon. 

d also as E. E. and M. P. to the Kingdoms of Cambodia and Laos. 



lOO 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 1952 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Saigon (L)--Continued 
(AA, NA, Si Air A)- 
Continued. 



Hanoi (C) 



Sana'a (L)' 



^^grade (Beograd) (E) 



(AA, NA, & Air A) --- 



Zagreb (C) 



VIETNAM, STATE OF- -Continued 



Lt. (jg) Worth Harrington Bagley, asst. 

naval att. and asst. naval att. for air. 
Maj. William H. Huntley, Jr., asst. air 

att. 
Capt. Edward C. Gates, asst. air att -- 

W. Wendell Blancke, cons 

John C. Donnell, Jr., v. c 

Arthur H. Rosen, v. c 

France Anderson, Jr. , v. c 

Wharton D. Hubbard, v. c 

Emmit E. Noland, Jr., v. c 

YEMEN 

Raymond A. Hare, E. E. and M. P. ^ -- 
Glenn A. Abbey, couns. of leg. ^ 

YUGOSLAVIA 

George V. Allen, A. E. and P 

Jacob D. Beam, couns. of emb 

Richard F. Allen, couns. of emb 

John J. Haggerty, 1st sec. ; cons 

Bruce Buttles, 1st sec 

Turner C. Cameron, Jr., 1st sec. ; cons- 
Edward Rawson, att 

Jack Paul Gensemer, att 

J. Daniel Hanley, att 

Charles Herbert Pendleton, att 

Harry W. Johnstone, 2d sec. ; cons 

Andrew F. Kristovich, att 

William B. King, att - 

C. Carey White, att. ; v. c 

Linton Crook, cons 

Margaret Phelps Glassford, asst. att — 
Paul Joseph Hoylen, gen. sers. officer -- 

Sherwood Olman Berg, asst. att 

Susannah Mirick, 2d sec. ; v. c 

Jack A. Flatau, asst. att 

Jack T. Kilgore, 2d sec. ; v. c 

Philbert Deyman, v. c. ; asst. att 

Elizabeth Ketcham, asst. att 

Ellen Gardner Johnson, disbursing officer 
Daroslav Stephen Vlahovich, asst. att — 

Stewart Cole Blasier, v. c 

Peter C. Walker, 3d sec. ; v. c 

John A. Baker, Jr., 3d sec. ; v. c 

Col. Reynolds Condon, army att 

Capt. Floyd Charles Camp, naval att. 

and naval att. for air. 

Col. Maurice A. Berry, air att 

Lt. Col. Michael A. Cavanaugh, asst. 

army att. 
Capt. John D. McGowan, asst. army att - 
Lt. Adelard Francois Landry, asst. 

naval att. and asst. naval att. for air. 
Maj. Carl P. Garver, asst. air att 

Charles P. McVicker, Jr., cons 

Howard C. Goldsmith, v. c 

Corinne White Spencer, asst. att 

Edwin E. Segall, v. c 



Mar. 20, 1951 

Dec. 16, 1950 

July 23, 1951 

Feb. 17, 1950 
Oct. 6, 1950 
July 1, 1950 
Feb. 28, 1949 
Apr. 13, 1951 
Nov. 23, 1951 



Sept. 20, 1950 
Aug. 17, 1951 



Oct. 


27 


1949 


Feb. 


15 


1951 


Dec. 


8 


1950 


Sept 


10 


1948 


Mar 


23 


1951 


Sept 


1 


1950 


Nov. 


5 


1951 


June 


14 


1951 


Feb. 


1 


1951 


Oct. 


5 


1949 


Nov. 


28 


1951 


Aug. 


24 


1951 


Apr. 


11 


1951 


May 


23 


1951 


Jan. 


10 


1951 


Apr. 


24 


1950 


Oct. 


5 


1949 


Sept 


30 


1951 


Aug. 


26 


1949 


Dec. 


26 


1950 


May 


2 


1951 


Jan. 


27 


1950 


Feb. 


28 


1950 


Dec. 


7 


1950 


Jan. 


9 


1948 


Nov. 


19 


1951 


Aug. 


28 


1951 


Jan. 


25 


1951 


Mar 


13 


1950 


Aug. 


10 


1951 


May 


23 


1951 


Oct. 


13 


1951 


Nov. 


15 


1950 


Sept 


10 


1951 


Mar 


16 


1950 


Aug. 


21 


1950 


Oct. 


24 


1951 


Dec. 


5 


1951 


July 


12 


1949 



FSO-4 
FSS-7 
FSS-8 
FSS-9 
FSO-6 
FSO-6 



FSO-1 
FSO-2 



FSO-CM 
FSO-1 -- 
FSR-1 -- 
FSO-2 -- 
FSR-2 -- 
FSO-3 — 
FSS-3 — 
FSR-4 — 
FSS-4 — 
FSS-4 -- 
FSO-4 -- 
FSR-4 -- 
FSR-4 -- 
FSS-6 -- 
FSS-7 -- 
FSR-5 — 
FSS-8 -- 
FSS-7 — 
FSO-5 -- 
FSS-9 — 
FSO-5 -- 
FSS-8 — 
FSS-9 -- 
FSS-9 -- 
FSS-9 -- 
FSO-6 -- 
FSO-6 — 
FSO-6 — 



FSO-5 
FSO-5 
FSS-9 
FSO-6 



^No office maintained at Sana'a. 

Accredited also as A. E. and P. to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia; resident in Jidda. 
'Assigned also to and resident in Jidda. 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 
PERSONNEL ASSIGNED TO THE DEPARTMENT 



lOI 



Name 



Jr 



Jr 



tin - 
BS W. 

d 

. B 

is O 

!S F 

iward --■ 
[Ida M 
•ville C 
. Stratton, 
LUiam O — 

hn A - 

Frederic S. , 

rane P 

yF 

furd, J. , Jr 
n Campbell 
1 

rtG 

in 

1 worth 

ederick J -- 

lily H 

in P 

jert M 

Charles --- 
k Turner -■ 

uel D 

laurice M -■ 

,n Y 

rtM 

■1, Jr 

1 G ■ 

■rUl M 

n L • 

an L 

-les E 

ames C. H 

D 

liam O 

Jlmer H -- 
p 

therine W - 
aniel M — 

f 

rence T 
shard Lee - 
Haurice J - 

)thy T 

Cudd 

hen C 

uth L 

xrison W 
larles R — 

1 F 

hard P 

ne W 

Dmer M. , Jr 

3S M 

leth A 

C - 

Willard - — 

hn A 

ohn W 

e F 

c E., Jr --- 

ton 

istus S 

sr R 



Jr 



Assignment 
to post ' 



Category and class 



Aug. 24, 


1949 


June 29, 


1951 


Oct. 2, 


1951 


Mar. 5, 


1951 


June 27, 


1951 


Nov. 21, 


1950 


June 20, 


1949 


Jan. 2, 


1951 


Oct. 2, 


1950 


Nov. 2, 


1949 


Nov. 21, 


1950 


Mar. 4, 


1951 


Sept. 14, 


1950 


Aug. 8, 


1950 


July 31, 


1951 


Jan. 16, 


1951 


Jan. 23, 


1951 


Jan. 9, 


1951 


Aug. 7, 


1951 


June 27, 


1950 


July 25, 


1951 


Nov. 15, 


1950 


Sept. 10, 


1951 


May 7, 


1951 


Aug. 18, 


1950 


Mar. 15, 


1951 


Mar. 20, 


1950 


July 21, 


1950 


June 8, 


1950 


Sept. 15, 


1949 


July 26, 


1950 


June 27, 


1951 


Mar. 10, 


1950 


Jan. 1, 


1949 


Sept. 28, 


1949 


Aug. 12, 


1950 


July 12, 


1951 


Apr. 18, 


1950 


Apr. 7, 


1950 


Feb. 6, 


1950 


Nov. 2, 


1949 


July 1, 


1949 


Aug. 16, 


1951 


July 3, 


1951 


July 29, 


1948 


July 2, 


1951 


Oct. 3, 


1950 


Jan. 17, 


1951 


July 8, 


1948 


Aug. 26, 


1949 


May 3, 


1948 


Sept. 12, 


1951 


June 17 


1951 


May 9 


1951 


Apr. 12 


1950 


Sept. 6 


1949 


Feb. 27 


1948 


Apr. 8 


1949 


June 2 


1951 


July 1 


1949 


Sept. 21 


1950 


Aug. 16 


1951 


Sept. 15 


1949 


Dec. 21 


1950 


Jan. 15 


1951 


Apr. 6 


, 1951 


Mar. 7 


, 1951 


June 2 


, 1950 


Dec. 21 


, 1950 



FSO-3 -- 

FSO-3 - 

FSO-5 - 

FSO-5 - 

FSO-4 - 

FSO-5 - 

FSO-3 - 

FSS-9 - 

FSO-3 - 

FSO-3 - 

FSS-7 - 

FSO-5 - 

FSO-5 - 

FSS-8 - 

FSS-2 - 

FSS-9 - 

FSO-5 - 

FSS-3 - 

FSO-4 - 

FSO-4 - 

FSO-1 - 

FSS-5 - 

FSS-9 - 

FSS-9 - 

FSO-5 - 

FSS-2 - 

FSS-5 - 

FSO-2 - 

FSO-3 - 

FSO-2 - 

FSO-5 - 

FSS-8 - 

FSO-3 - 

FSS-2 - 

FSO-4 - 

FSO-1 - 
FSO-CM 

FSO-1 - 

FSS-4 - 

FSO-3 - 

FSO-2 - 

FSS-9 - 

FSO-4 - 

FSO-2 - 

FSO-4 - 

FSO-4 - 

FSS-9 - 

FSO-5 - 

FSS-8 - 

FSS-8 - 

FSO-3 - 

FSS-9 - 

FSS-7 - 
FSO-1 

FSO-3 - 
FSO-CM 
FSS-5 

FSO-1 ■ 
FSO-4 
FSO-4 
FSS-8 
FSS-7 
FSO-4 
FSS-4 
FSO-4 
FSO-5 
FSO-1 
FSO-2 



Salary 



$9, 430 
9,730 
5,313 
5,513 
7,863 
5,313 

9, 130 
4,899 
9,430 
9,430 
5,907 
5,513 
5,713 
5,313 
9,230 
4,899 
5,313 
9,441 
6,963 
6,963 

13,200 
7,635 
4,719 
4,899 
5,913 
9,230 
7,455 

11, 500 
9,730 

11,130 
5,313 
5,493 

11,030 
9,230 
7,863 

14, 300 

14, 300 

13, 200 
8, 169 
9,430 

11,130 
5,439 
7,263 

11,850 
6,963 
6,963 
5,259 
5,913 
5,853 
5,673 
9,730 
4,719 
5,907 

12, 800 

10, 630 

14, 300 
8,115 

13,200 
7,263 
7,263 
5,313 
6,807 
7,863 
7,929 
7,263 
5,313 
13,600 
11,850 



FSO-6 — I 5,093 



th of an officer's service in the Department is calculated, not from this date, but from the date 
reports for duty.. 



I02 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 1952 
Personnel Assigned to the Department- -Continued 



Name 



Assignment 
to post 1 



Category and class 



Clark, 
Clark, 
Clark, 
Clark, 
Clark, 



Chase, Warren M 

Christensen, Reginald Bernard 

Chubbuck, Dorothy 

Clark, David M 

Edward W 

Gilbert Edward 

Harlan B 

Lewis 

S. Wilson 

Cloney, Gordon J 

Clubb, Oliver Edmund 

Cochran, William P. , Jr 

Coe, Robert D 

Coerr, Wymberley DeR 

Cole, Felix 

Cole, William E., Jr 

Colladay, Montgomery H 
Collins, V. Lansing, Jr — 

Collins, Virginia 

Conlon, Thomas F 

Constan, Peter 

Coors, Dallas M 

Cope, A. John Jr 

Copeland, Miles A. , Jr 

Cortada, James N 

Cory, Thomas J 

Costanzo, Joseph B 

Cottell, Philip G — 

Cullen, Virginia I 

Dale, William Norris 

Davies, Donald M 

Davies, John Jr 

Davies, Rodger P 

Davis, Richard H 

Dawson, Owen L 

Days, Rudolph 

Deak, Francis 

d'Eca, Raul 

Derry, Charles H 

Desser, Abraham A 

Devine, John E 

Dillon, Thomas P 

Donner, Joseph W 

Donovan, Eileen R 

Donovan, Howard 

Dorr, Robert J 

Dorsz, Edmund J 

Dow, Edward A. , Jr 

Driver, Thomas T 

Durbrow, Elbridge^ 

Edgar, Donald D 

Ellis, Perry 

Elting, Howard, Jr 

Elwood, Robert Bailey 

Emmerson, John K 

Emmons, Arthur B., 3d 

Emmons, Baird E 

Estes, Thomas S 

Evans, Gillespie S 

Farmer, Garland Roscoe, Jr -- 

Feld, Nicholas 

Ferber, David I 

Ferguson, C. Vaughan, Jr 

Finley, Carl M 

Finne, Florence H 

risk, Ernest H 

Flake, Wilson C 

Fleck, Benjamin A 

Flexer, Fayette J 

Flood, Douglas 



May 31 
Jan. 15 
July 14 
Aug. 11 
July 1 
Mar. 22 
Feb. 24 
Aug. 8 
Oct. 23 
Nov. 20 
July 6 
Mar. 31 
Apr. 3 
Mar. 31 
Mar. 13 
Jan. 24 
Nov. 2 
Sept. 6 
Feb . 23 
Apr. 19 
Mar. 21 
June 19 
Dec. 5 
Jan. 1 
Oct. 30 
Aug. 25 
Mar. 14 
Apr. 5 
Nov. 30 
Aug. 4 
Dec. 1 
Aug. 11 
May 31 
July 1 
Aug. 20 
Dec. 18 
July 1 
June 20 
Aug. 30 
Nov. 29 
Aug. 29 
July 20 
Oct. 2 
Sept. 17 
Aug. 1 
July 1 
June 30 
Jan. 24 
Nov. 21 
Mar. 10 
July 18 
Mar. 30 
June 6 
July IT 
May 13 
Nov. 23 
Aug. 1 
Apr. 25 
Nov. 21 
Feb. 28 
July 3 
Aug. 31 
July 22 
July 14 
Feb. 6 
Mar. 29 
June 20 
June 29 
Feb. 10 
Oct. 4 



1951 

1951 

1951 

1949 

1949 

1951 

1948 

1951 

1951 

1950 

1950 

1950 

1951 

1950 

1950 

1949 

1949 

1950 

1950 

1951 

1950 

1950 

1949 

1951 

1951 

1950 

1949 

1951 

1948 

1950 

1950 

1947 

1951 

1949 

1951 

1950 

1950 

1951 

1950 

1951 

1949 

1950 

1951 

1948 

1950 

1950 

1950 

1950 

1950 

1948 

1951 

1949 

1950 

1951 

1949 

1949 

1950 

1949 

1950 

1951 

1951 

1951 

1949 

1949 

1950 

1950 

1951 

1951 

1949 

1950 



FSO-2 
FSS-9 
FSS-8 
FSO-4 

FSO-4 - 
FSS-4 

FSO-3 - 
FSO-CM 

FSO-5 ■ 

FSS-5 ■ 

FSO-1 - 

FSO-1 ■ 

FSO-1 - 

FSO-4 - 
FSO-CM 

FSO-4 - 

FSO-2 - 

FSO-3 - 

FSS-9 - 

FSO-6 - 

FSS-8 - 

FSS-9 - 

FSO-4 - 

FSS-6 - 

FSS-5 - 

FSO-4 - 

FSO-3 - 

FSS-8 - 

FSS-8 - 

FSO-5 - 

FSO-5 - 

FSO-1 - 

FSO-4 - 

FSO-3 - 

FSO-1 - 

FSS-8 - 

FSS-1 - 

FSS-4 - 

FSO-2 - 

FSS-3 - 

FSO-4 - 

FSO-4 - 

FSO-6 - 

FSO-5 - 

FSO-1 - 

FSO-4 - 

FSO-2 - 

FSO-3 - 

FSS-2 - 

FSO-1 - 

FSO-3 - 

FSO-3 - 

FSO-2 - 

FSO-3 - 

FSO-2 - 

FSO-4 - 

FSO-5 - 

FSO-4 - 

FSS-1 - 

FSS-6 - 

FSO-4 - 

FSO-4 - 

FSO-4 - 

FSS-8 - 

FSS-6 - 

FSO-3 - 

FSO-1 - 

FSO-5 - 

FSO-2 - 

FSO-4 - 



^The length of an officer's service in the Department is calculated, not from this date, but from the date 
on which he reports for duty. 

^Officer assigned to the Department pending reassignment to the field. 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 
Personnel Assigned to the Department- -Continued 



I03 



Name 



Jr 



idrew B 
'illiam A 

hn C 

exander S. 

Francis J 

Willard ■ 
dichael R 
Forrest K 
'illiam M 
harles --• 
Eugene A., 

bert J 

ewis E. , Jr 
chard E — 
. McMurtrie 
oseph N. , Jr 

Robert 

ul L 

rtha A 

iR -- - 

Maxwell M. 
William J 

Eleanor R - 
cholas 

Randolph 
es C . , Jr 
ker T 

Norris S 
rgaret P — 
1, James E - 
ivid H. , 2d 
I, John Dewey 

Randolph 
id, Martin J 
ugene M — 

eane R 

Dbert S 

ax E 

)scar C 

Fohn P 

logers B --- 
olf B. , Jr - 

John M 

Villiam P -- 
mas Daniel 
;derick D 
in, Owen R 



Jr 



;oulter D. , 

ward M 

rhomas William 

oseph R 

FredW 

>hUip C. ^ 

Alexander C 

Hartwell 

Margaret V 

U. Alexis 

3orge Lewis, Jr 

Jefferson, 3d 

Dbert P 

Fames Hugh, Jr 
Uexander R — 

landolph A 

William L 

tB - — 

•ichard N 

ivid 

lidgway B 

larles F. , Jr -- 



Assignment 
to post ' 



Category and class 



Salary 



Nov. 13, 


1951 


June 8, 


1951 


May 10, 


1951 


Oct. U, 


1951 


Aug. 15, 


1951 


June 15, 


1948 


Mar. 14, 


1950 


Dec. 23, 


1947 


Mar. 21, 


1950 


Dec. 1, 


1950 


Aug. 6, 


1951 


Oct. 9, 


1950 


July 1, 


1949 


Apr. 4, 


1951 


June 17, 


1948 


Feb. 18, 


1949 


Dec. 16, 


1949 


Nov. 13, 


1951 


Sept. 17, 


1951 


Nov. 21, 


1949 


Jan. 4, 


1948 


Oct. 3, 


1949 


Aug. 29, 


1949 


Sept. 18, 


1950 


Oct. 3, 


1950 


Apr. 5, 


1948 


July 26, 


1951 


Apr. 30, 


1948 


Dec. 11, 


1950 


Feb. 5, 


1951 


July 1, 


1948 


May 28, 


1949 


May 18, 


1949 


July 1, 


1949 


June 16, 


1949 


Sept. 14, 


1951 


June 12, 


1951 


May 8, 


1950 


Jan. 19, 


1949 


Aug. 22, 


1950 


Apr. 4, 


1951 


Sept. 18, 


1950 


July 30, 


1951 


Oct. 25, 


1950 


Dec. 26, 


1950 


Oct. 14, 


1948 


Dec. 1, 


1950 


Jan. 10, 


1951 


Feb. 18, 


1951 


Oct. 25, 


1949 


Oct. 11, 


1951 


Aug. 2, 


1951 


Mar. 2, 


1949 


Nov. 24, 


1951 


Jan. 17 


1951 


Sept. 6 


1950 


July 12, 


1949 


May 27, 


1949 


Jan. 23, 


1950 


Oct. 27 


1948 


Sept. 18 


1950 


Jan. 9 


1951 


Sept. 2 


1949 


Jime 15 


1951 


July 18 


1951 


Dec. 28 


1950 


Mar. 5 


1951 


Nov. 14 


1949 


Sept. 18 


1951 



FSO-1 - 
FSO-2 - 
FSO-5 - 
FSO-6 - 
FSS-7 - 
FSO-3 - 
FSO-4 - 
FSO-3 - 
FSO-3 - 
FSO-5 - 
FSO-2 - 
FSS-5 - 
FSO-3 - 
FSO-3 - 
FSO-4 - 
FSO-4 - 
FSO-3 - 
FSO-4 - 
FSS-8 - 
FSS-5 - 
FSO-CM 
FSS-4 - 
FSS-8 - 
FSS-6 - 
FSO-2 - 
FSO-4 - 
FSO-2 - 
FSO-1 - 
FSS-8 - 
FSO-2 - 
FSO-4 - 
FSO-CM 
FSO-2 
FSO-4 
FSO-3 
FSO-4 
FSS-6 
FSO-6 
FSO-4 ■ 
FSO-3 
FSO-5 
FSS-5 
FSO-5 
FSO-4 
FSS-7 
FSO-5 
FSS-4 
FSS-2 
FSS-8 
FSS-9 
FSS-7 
FSO-2 



FSO-5 - 
FSO-3 - 
FSS-9 - 
FSO-1 - 
FSO-1 - 
FSO-3 - 
FSO-2 - 
FSO-CM 
FSO-6 
FSO-3 ■ 
FSO-2 
FSO-3 
FSS-9 
FSO-5 
FSO-3 
FSO-2 ■ 



!|;i2,800 
11,500 
6,713 
4,193 
6,087 
10, 630 
7,263 
9,430 
9,430 
5,913 
11, 130 
8,115 
9,130 
9,130 
7,563 
7,563 
9, 130 
7,863 
5,493 
7,635 
14, 300 
7,689 
5,313 
6,681 
11,850 
7,563 
11,130 
12, 800 
5,313 
11,130 
7,263 
14, 300 
11,130 
8,163 
10, 930 
6,963 
6,861 
4,793 
6,963 
9,430 
5,513 
7,275 
5,513 
7,263 
6,087 
6,313 
8,409 
9,230 
5,313 
4,719 
5,907 
11,130 

5,513 

9,130 

4,899 

12, 800 

12, 800 

9,730 

11,500 

14,300 

5,093 

9,730 

11,130 

9,430 

4,899 

5,713 

9,430 

12, 200 



ength of an officer's service in the Department is calculated, not from this date, but from the date 
he reports for duty. 

3r assigned to the Department pending reassignment to the field. 
issador at large. 



I04 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 1952 
Personnel Assigned to the Department — Continued 



Name 



Jr 



Millar, 
Miller, 
Miller, 
Miller, 



Assignment 
to post ^ 



Knox, M. Gordon 

Kohler, Foy D 

Kokatnur, Urmila V 
Kolarek, Joseph C 
Krentz, Kenneth C -• 
Kretzmann, Edwin M. 
Laidlaw, William R 

Laikin, Judith 

Lapka, Anthony 

Larkin, Frederick -■ 
Larson, Inez Evelyn 
Larson, Thomas B 

Laukhuff, Perry 

Lauve, Anita C 

Lawyer, Elvira Long 
Lebus, William Frank 

Lee, Armistead M 

Lee, Henry, Jr 

Leonard, James F. , Jr 

Leverich, Henry P 

Lewis, Harrison 

L'Heureux, Herve J 
Linthicum, Walter J 

Little, Charles J 

Lovell, Alfred H. , Jr 
Luebker, Eugene A. T 
Macatee, Robert B. ^ --■ 
MacBryde, Duncan D 

MacDonald, John E 

Macgowan, Basil F 

MacLean, Henry F 

Maffitt, Edward P 

Mann, Thomas C 

Mansfield, Donald C 

Marcy, Oliver M 

Mark, David E 

Martin, Edwin W 

Martin, T. R 

Matheny, James C 

Matson, John Edward 
Matthews, H. Freeman 
Maynard, David M 

McBride, Robert H 

McCabe, Evelyn E 

McClelland, Roswell D 
McClintock, Robert Mills 
McDermott, Rosemary 
McElhiney, Thomas W 
McEneaney, William P 
McFadden, William A -■ 

McFall, Jack K 

McGinnis, Joseph W 
McGowan, Elizabeth H 
McKiernan, Thomas D 
McMillen, Frederick C 

Meadows, Nathan R 

Melby, Everett K 

Melby, John Fremont 
Meloy, Francis E. , Jr 
Merchant, Livingston T 

Metcalf, Lee E 

Meyer, Armin H 

John Y -- 

Ralph 

Raymond C 

Richard Cobb 
Mitchell, Reginald P 
Molesworth, Kathleen 
Montague, Edwin Newell 

'The length of an officer's service in the Department is calculated, not from 
on which he reports for duty. 

^Officer assigned to the Department pending reassignment to the field. 



Sept. 7 
Apr. 18 
July 5 
July 9 
Aug. 15 
June 5 
Sept. 20 
Oct. 3 
July 
Aug. 
Mar. 
Oct. 
May 
June 
Aug. 
July 
Mar. 
June 10 
Nov. 28 
Mar. 23 
June 15 
May 8 
Mar. 5 
July 17 
July 29 
June 30 
Mar. 1 
Dec. 21 
Nov. 13 
Aug. 19 
July 17 
July 1 
Mar. 18 
Jan. 19 
Aug. 17 
Dec. 20; 
Sept. 19, 
Sept. 26 
Dec. 12 
Sept. 7 
July 5 
June 25 
Sept. 5 
Oct. 
Aug. 
July 
July 
Mar. 
Dec. 
May 
Nov. 
Oct. 
May 9 
Nov. 26 
Nov. 21 
Oct. 
Apr. 
Nov. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Sept. 17 
July 12 
Sept. 28 
Aug. 22 
Aug. 30, 
Aug. 15 
Oct. 3 
July 3 
Sept. 17 



1 

25 

6 

12 

. 1 

4 

9 

3 

15 



3 

5 

2 

13 

12 



1951 

1949 

1951 

1950 

1949 

1950 

1951 

1951 

1950 

1950 

1951 

1951 

1949 

1951 

1950 

1951 

1951 

1951 

1951 

1949 

1951 

1947 

1951 

1950 

1949 

1951 

1948 

1950 

1951 

1949 

1951 

1948 

1949 

1951 

1950 

1950 

1951 

1951 

1949 

1951 

1950 

1951 

1951 

1951 

1949 

1951 

1951 

1950 

1950 

1950 

1949 

1951 

1950 

1951 

1951 

1951 

1951 

1948 

1949 

1949 

1951 

1948 

1949 

1950 

1949 

1950 

1950 

1951 

1951 



Category and class 



FSO-3 

FSO-! 

FSR-5 

FSS-3 

FSO-2 

FSO-3 

FSO-5 

FSO-6 

FSS-8 

FSR-1 

FSS-9 

FSS-3 

FSO-3 

FSS-6 

FSS-9 

FSS-8 

FSO-4 

FSO-6 

FSO-5 

FSO-3 

FSO-4 

FSO-1 

FSO-3 

FSO-3 

FSO-5 

FSS-9 

FSO-CM 

FSS-2 

FSO-5 

FSS-6 

FSR-3 

FSO-3 

FSO-3 

FSS-7 

FSO-4 

FSO-4 

FSO-4 

FSR-4 

FSS-5 

FSS-8 

FSO-CM 

FSO-2 

FSO-4 

FSS-9 

FSO-4 

FSO-2 

TCA-7 

FSO-4 

FSS-7 

FSO-4 

FSO-2 

FSS-9 

FSS-7 

FSO-4 

FSS-2 

FSS-3 

FSO-5 

FSO-3 

FSO-4 

FSO-1 

FSO-4 

FSO-4 

FSO-5 

FSO-4 

FSO-CM 

FSS-9 

FSO-4 

FSO-3 

FSR-1 



this date, but from the date 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 
Personnel Assigned to the Department--ConUnued 



I05 



Name 



Jr 
Jr 



Daniel W 

E 

les R 

r K ■ 

en S. , Jr 
Llliam D. , Jr 

1 F • 

mes F 

wster H 

1 

nW 

lam T 

jm C 

imes F. 
Dim F. 

lore B 

a 

alter W 

iglas W 

ries H - — 

d, Jr — 

•re E 

Graham 

rne 

iRoy F., Jr 

yy L 

lO 

/ery F 

ik E 

,owell C 

A 

seph 

ird A 

iam J 

;on B 

iM 

isR 

oseph Frederick 

lO 

gene V 

rchibald R 

Thomas M — 



r 

bert A 

win C 

rdE — ■ 

•onald H 

'irginia Mae 

•dan T 

Vndreas G 

B 

le G 

Hoy Richard, Jr 

les R 

larles W 

er 

jamin J 

am F 

erry B. , Jr 
iam Langdon 
te, Livingston 

ean W 

rt D 

Dert W. , Jr 
eonard James 

Fames A 

arold 

John F 



Assignment 
to post ' 



July 10, 
July 1, 
Sept. 23, 
Sept. 13, 
Dec. 1, 
July 31, 
Nov. 14, 
June 12, 
July 5, 
June 5, 
Jan. 1, 
Nov. 14, 
June 29, 
Aug. 16, 
July 27, 
Aug. 
July 
Aug. 
June 
Aug 
July 20, 
July 1, 
May 
Mar 
Oct. 
July 
May 
July 



Category and class 



17, 
27, 
9, 
16, 
30, 



31, 

.14, 

10, 

15, 

8, 

1, 



Apr. 10, 



1950 

1951 

1948 

1951 

1950 

1951 

1951 

1951 

1951 

1951 

1951 

1950 

1951 

1951 

1951 

1950 

1951 

1950 

1950 

1951 

1951 

1949 

1950 

1950 

1951 

1948 

1950 

1949 

1951 



9, 
.20, 

1, 

17, 

8, 

5, 



Apr. 
Sept 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Dec. 
Apr. 
Sept. 18 
June 19, 
Dec. 7, 
July 20, 
Feb. 15, 
Dec. 8, 
Oct. 8, 



1951 
1949 
1951 
1950 
1950 
1951 
1951 
1951 
1951 
1948 
1951 
1950 
1951 



June 24, 

Oct. 14, 

July 3, 

Sept. 5, 

Feb. 15, 

July 17, 

Feb. 5, 

Nov. 30, 

Sept. 7, 

Dec. 21, 

July 8, 

July 23, 

Feb. 19, 

Aug. 24, 

July 18, 

July 15, 

May 5, 

Sept. 7, 

June 23, 

Aug. 4, 

July 

Aug. 

Aug. 

May 



Aug. 18, 



1951 

1951 

1951 

1949 

1951 

1950 

1951 

1951 

1951 

1949 

1951 

1951 

1951 

1951 

1951 

1951 

1950 

1948 

1948 

1950 

1951 

1951 

1951 

1948 

1950 



FSO-5 - — 

FSS-7 — - 

FSO-4 — - 

FSS-5 --- 

FSO-4 — - 

FSO-4 — 

FSS-6 — 

FSS-9 — 

FSO-3 — 

FSS-8 — 

FSS-9 — 

FSS-4 — 

FSO-2 — 

FSO-5 — 

FSO-6 — 

FSS-3 — 

FSO-3 — 

FSO-3 — 

FSO-4 — 

FSO-3 — 

FSO-1 — 

FSS-6 — 

FSO-2 — 

FSO-5 — 

FSO-5 — 

FSO-2 — 

FSS-6 — 

FSO-2 — 

FSS-2 — 

FSO-CM 

FSO-CM 

FSS-5 — 

FSO-5 -- 

FSO-4 — 

FSO-5 — 

FSS-8 — 

FSS-9 — 

FSS-6 — 

FSO-5 — 

FSS-5 — 

FSO-4 - 

FSO-5 - 

FSS-6 - 

FSS-3 - 

FSO-6 - 

FSO-5 - 

FSO-3 - 

FSS-5 - 

FSS-4 - 

FSO 5 - 

FSO-2 - 

FSO-5 - 

FSO-4 - 

FSO-3 - 

FSO-5 - 

FSS-7 - 

FSO-5 - 

FSO-5 - 

FSO-6 - 

FSO-4 - 

FSO-3 - 

FSO-2 - 

FSS-3 - 

FSS-2 - 

FSO-4 - 

FSS-8 - 

FSS-9 - 

FSO-4 

FSO-CM 



Salary 



$5,713 
6,087 
7,563 
7,095 
7,263 
8,463 
6,681 
4,719 
9,730 
5,493 
4,899 
8,169 
11,130 
5,713 
5,093 
9,441 
9,730 
9,430 
7,263 
9,130 
11,500 
6,861 
11,500 
5,713 
5,713 
11,130 
6,501 
11,850 
10,250 
14, 300 
14, 300 
7,875 
6,513 
7,563 
6,113 
5,493 
4,719 
6,501 
5,313 
7,875 
8,463 
5,513 
6,681 
8,481 
4,193 
5,713 
10, 030 
7,455 
7,929 
5,513 
11,130 
5,313 
7,863 
9,130 
5,313 
6,087 
5,513 
5,713 
4,593 
7,863 
9,130 
11, 500 
8,481 
9,230 
7,263 
5,853 
4,899 
7,563 
14, 300 



rth of an officer's service in the Department is calculated, not from 
! reports for duty. 



this date, but from the date 



i06 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 1952 
Personnel Assigned to the Department — Continued 



Name 



Assignment 
to post ^ 



Category and class 



Sims, Albert G 

Siracusa, Ernest V 

Smith, Horace H 

Smith, John Newton 

Smith, Merlin E 

Smith, Turner T 

Solana, J. Ramon 

Sollenberger, Howard 

Somerville, James ^ 

Sommerlatte, Karl E 

Spalding, Francis L 

Stabler, Wells 

Stahl, Michael A 

Stefan, Charles G 

Stone, Galen L 

Strong, Robert C 

Stryker, Gerald 

Stuart, Wallace W 

Sturm, Paul J 

Sullivan, Kenneth P. T 

Sumner, Philip D 

Surasky, Mary 

Sutter, John O 

Sutterlin, James S 

Taft, Orray, Jr 

Tarin, John A 

Taylor, Kathleen C 

Thomas, Sheldon 

Thomasson, David A — 

Thurston, Ray L 

Thurston, Walter 

Trost, Edward J 

TuUock, Gordon C 

UnderhiU, Francis T. , Jr 
Valdes, Philip Hanna — 

Valenza, Thomas F 

Vance, Sheldon B 

Villard, Henry S 

Wads worth, Cteorge 

Walker, William T 

Waller, Fred E 

Walmsley, Walter N. , Jr 
Wanamaker, Temple 

Warner, Gerald 

Washington, 3. Walter 

Weil, T. Eliot 

Wellman, Harvey R 

Wells, Milton K 

White, RoUid H. , Jr 

Wiesner, Louis A 

Wilkins, Fraser 

Wilkinson, Edward C 
Wilkinson, James R 
Williams, Murat W 

Winship, Stephen 

Witman, William, 2d 

Wolff, Stanley B 

WoUe, William D 

Wyman, Parker D 

Ylitalo, J. Raymond — 



Aug. 


24 


, 1950 


Mar 


14 


, 1949 


Dec. 


29, 


. 1949 


Mar 


5 


1951 


Apr. 


12 


1951 


July 


1 


1950 


June 


11 


1951 


Jan. 


1 


1950 


Aug. 


13 


1951 


Mar 


5 


1951 


June 


4 


1951 


Aug. 


18 


1949 


Sept 


21 


1950 


Feb. 


9 


1950 


Feb. 


13 


1951 


Aug. 


4 


1950 


Oct. 


16 


1951 


Mar 


16 


1948 


May 


25 


1951 


Apr. 


5 


1951 


Jan. 


27 


1950 


Dec. 


18 


1950 


Aug. 


15 


1951 


Aug. 


25 


1949 


Aug. 


22 


1951 


Oct. 


22 


1951 


Oct. 


1 


1951 


Feb. 


21 


1951 


Feb. 


9 


1950 


June 


6 


1951 


Nov. 


5 


1950 


Nov. 


26 


1951 


Apr. 


18, 


1950 


May 


16, 


1951 


Feb. 


1 


1951 


Apr. 


3, 


1951 


Apr. 


19 


1951 


Jan. 


14, 


1951 


Jan. 


26, 


1950 


Dec. 


12, 


1951 


Sept. 


13, 


1950 


Mar. 


30, 


1950 


Aug. 


17, 


1950 


Dec. 


30, 


1949 


Feb. 


10, 


1949 


Oct. 


3, 


1950 


June 


30, 


1951 


July 


31, 


1951 


Oct. 


17, 


1949 


Aug. 


23, 


1946 


Oct. 


23, 


1951 


Apr. 


5, 


1951 


July 


3, 


1951 


Apr. 


19, 


1951 


Dec. 


15, 


1949 


Dec. 


4, 


1950 


Oct. 


7, 


1951 


Apr. 


16, 


1951 


Sept. 


21, 


1950 



FSS-i 

FSO-4 

FSO-2 

FSO-5 

FSO-4 

FSS-4 

FSO-5 

FSS-6 

FSO-3 

FSO-5 

FSO-3 

FSO-4 

FSS-4 

FSO-4 

FSO-5 

FSO-3 

FSO-4 

FSO-4 

FSO-3 

FSO-5 

FSS-3 

FSS-9 

FSO-6 

FSO-5 

FSO-4 

FSS-9 

FSS-7 

FSO-2 

FSO-3 

FSO-3 

FSO-CM 

FSO-5 

FSO-5 

FSO-5 

FSO-5 

FSS-5 

FSO-4 

FSO-1 

FSO-CM 

FSS-5 

FSO-4 

FSO-1 

FSO-4 

FSO-3 

FSO-3 

FSO-3 

FSO-4 

FSO-2 

FSS-6 

FSO-5 

FSO-3 

FSS-1 

FSO-3 

FSO-3 

FSO-5 

FSO-3 

FSO-5 

FSO-6 

FSO-5 

FSO-4 



^The length of an officer's service in the Department is calculated, not from this date, but from the date 
on which he reports for duty. 

Officer assigned to the Department pending reassignment to the field. 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



I07 



PERSONNEL ON SPECIAL AND TEMPORARY DETAIL 



Name 



Where assigned 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Salary 



im P 
A. M 
ice G 
land 

I 



illiam A 
ude — 



wight 

; J 

lor Lansing 
S 

)r 

A 

, F 

fferson 



art W 

nett A. , Jr 



rman P 
! H 



min L 



seph I 
am W 
:an Mary 
d Edward 
rge H -- 



Dusseldorf, Germany (lAR) 

Dept. of Com 

of Agri 

of Com 



Dept. 
Dept. 
Dept. 
Dept. 
Dept. 
Dept. 
Dept. 
Dept. 
Dept. 
Dept. 



of Com 

of Com 

of Com 

of Com 

of Labor 

of Agri 

of Com 

of Com 

Diisseldorf, Germany (LAR) 

Dept. of Com 

Dept 

U.N. Special Commn. on the 
Balkans. 

Dept. of Air Force 

Office of U.S. Mem. on Italian- 
U.S. Conciliation Commn. (Rome) 

ICAO (Montreal) 

ICAO (Montreal) 

Dept. of Com 

ICAO (Montreal) 

Dept. of Labor 

ICAO (Montreal) 

Dept. of Com 

Kingston, Ontario 

Dept. of Com 

Diisseldorf, Germany (LAR) 

Ciudad Juarez 



Apr. 6 
Oct. 12 
Mar. 8 
June 1 1 
Oct. 17 
May 18 
May 15 
Sept. 6 
Feb. 5 
Feb. 5 
June 11 
July 28 
Dec. 11 
Dec. 19 
Aug. 25 
Jan. 27 

Sept. 26 
Oct. 1 

Sept. 30 
Sept. 30 
Apr. 11 
Sept. 30 
June 11 
Oct. 15 
June 6 
July 31 
Sept. 4 
Jan. 18 
Dec. 22 



1950 
1950 
1951 
1951 
1951 
1951 
1950 
1950 
1951 
1951 
1951 
1950 
1949 
1950 
1949 
1950 

1951 
1950 

1950 
1950 
1951 
1950 
1951 
1950 
1949 
1951 
1951 
1950 
1944 



FSS-3- 
FSO-4 — 
FSS-3 - 
FSO-2 - 
FSS-1 - 
FSO-3 - 
FSO-2 - 
FSO-3 - 
FSO-4 -■ 
FSS-8 -• 
FSS-3 -■ 
FSS-2 -■ 
FSS-3 -• 
FSS-1 -• 
FSO-CM 
FSR-1 -- 

FSO-3 - 
FSR-1 -• 

FSR-2 -■ 
FSR-2 - 
FSO-4 - 

FSR-1 -■ 
FSS-8 -■ 
FSS-9 -■ 
FSO-3 -■ 
FSO-3 - 
FSS-8 -■ 
FSR-2 -- 
FSO-1 - 



$8,481 

8,463 

8,961 

11,850 

10,250 

10, 330 

11, 130 

10,630 

6,963 

5,313 

9,441 

9,710 

8,961 

10,250 

14, 300 

13,200 

9,430 
14, 300 

11,850 

11,850 

8,463 

14, 300 

5,313 

5,313 

10,030 

9,430 

5,493 

11,500 

13, 200 



PERSONNEL ON DETAIL AS INSPECTORS 



Name 



amlin 

Iney A 

bert S 

DnC. ^ 

rge J. ^ 

nas A. ^ 

sA. ' 

rd S 

s S., Jr. 1 --■ 
;rvyn Victor ^ 

W 

ence W. ^ 

ird T. ^ 

ji Murchison ^ 
is L. ^ ■ 



Assignment 
to post 



Oct. 18 
Apr. 9 
Dec. 12 
Sept. 16 
Sept. 3 
Feb. 15 
June 4 
May 18 
Dec. 11 
June 18 
Oct. 1 
Feb. 1 
Nov. 19 
Oct. 1 
Sept. 28 



1950 
1951 
1950 
1949 
1947 
1949 
1951 
1950 
1949 
1947 
1951 
1949 
1948 
1948 
1950 



Category 
and class 



FSO-2 

FSO-2 

FSO-CM 

FSO-1 

FSO-1 

FSO-2 

FSR-3 

FSO-2 

FSO-1 

FSS-2 

FSO-2 

FSO-2 

FSO-1 
FSS-3 
FSS-2 



Salary 



$ 11,850 

11,500 

14,300 

12,800 

13,600 

11,500 

10,030 

11,850 

13, 200 

9,710 

11,850 

11,850 

13,600 

8,481 

9,230 



ank of couns. 
as admin, insp. 

PERSONNEL ON LEAVE OR ASSIGNED TO POSTS CLOSED, etc. 



Name 


Status 


Category 
and class 


Salary 














FSO-CM - 
FSS-9 -" 
FSO-6-- 


$ 14, 300 






4,719 


c 


v.c. at Patras, Greece; office closed 


4,993 















) - 52 - 8 



I08 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 1952 
SPECIAL OFFICES 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Tokyo (Office of the United 
States Political Adviser 
to Supreme Commander 
for Allied Powers). 



Fukuoka (Branch of USP) -- 
Kobe (Branch of USP) 



JAPAN 

William J. Sebald, U.S. pol. adviser 

with the personal rank of amb. 
John M. Allison, couns. of mission with 

personal rank of minister. 
Frank Arnold Waring, couns. of mission 

for econ. affairs. 
Carl H. Boehringer, couns. of mission -- 
James B. Pilcher, couns. of mission; 

cons. gen. 

Saxton E. Bradford, att 

Charles Nelson Spinks, 1st sec. ; cons -- 

Niles W. Bond, couns. of mission 

Barr V. Washburn, att 

John P. Gardiner, 1st sec; cons 

Robert Alexander, 1st sec. ; cons 

Peyton Kerr, 1st sec; cons 

Olcott H. Deming, 1st sec. ; cons 

John M. Sleeves, 1st sec. ; cons 

Wolf I. Ladejinsky, att 

Margaret H. Williams, cultural affairs 

officer. 
George Wallace Callahan, supervisor of 

constr. 
Alfred T. Wellborn, 1st sec. ; cons --■ 

John A. Ballew, att 

Leo Aloysius Cough, att 

PaulC. Blum, att 

Glen W. Bruner, 1st sec. ; cons 

Dudley G. Singer, att 

Joseph Curtis Dodson, att 

Franldin Hawley, 2d sec. ; cons 

John W. Henderson, 2d sec. ; cons — 

Dorothy Ada Whipple, asst. att 

Nevin Paul Neilson, att 

William Leonhart, 2d sec. ; cons 

John J. Conroy, att 

Albert W. J. Grotjohan, gen. sers. officer 

Robert W. Adams, 2d sec; cons 

Edward Anderberg, Jr. , asst. att 

Walter Spurgeon Pedigo, att 

Henry T. Unverzagt, cons 

Kenneth Jones Ruch, budget and fiscal 

officer . 

Duncan J. Laing, admin, officer 

Philip Franklin Fendig, v.c 

C. Joseph Schick, personnel technician 

G. E. Robert Meyer, v.c 

Richard M. Herndon, 2d sec; v.c 

John B. Crume, 2d sec; v.c 

William H. Sullivan, 2d sec; v.c 

Stanley Sherman Carpenter, 2d sec ; v. c 

William N. Stokes, 2d sec; v.c 

Richard B. Finn, 3d sec; v.c 

Richard A. Ericson, Jr., 2d sec; v.c-- 

Sheila McCulloch, asst. att 

OUie Gertrude Edmundson, personnel 
officer. 

Herbert B. Leggett, 3d sec; v.c 

Helen K. Lyons, v.c 

Daniel J. Meloy, For. Ser. officer 

Lucian L. Rocke, Jr., 3d sec; v.c --- 

Richard D. Nethercut, 3d sec; v.c 

John F. Knowles, 3d sec; v.c 

Joseph O. Zurhellen, Jr., v.c 

Thomas W. Ainsworth, v.c 

Ralph J. Blake, cons, gen 

James V. Martin, Jr., cons 

Harry F. Pfeiffer, Jr., v.c 

Robert Lyle Brown, v.c 

John L. Stegmaier, v.c 

Timothy M. Manley, v.c 

Maxwell Chaplin, V. c 



Dec. 3 


1945 


FSO-1 - 


Jan. 9 


1951 


FSO-1 — 


Oct. 15 


1951 


FSR-1 -- 


Nov. 23 


1948 


FSO-2 — 


Dec. 9 


1949 


FSO-2 — 


May 8 


1950 


FSR-2 — 


June 30 


1948 


FSO-2 -- 


Aug.23 


1950 


FSO-2 -- 


Feb.26, 


1951 


FSS-1 - 


May 8, 


1950 


FSO-3 - 


Dec. 11, 


1950 


FSO-3 - 


Apr. 26, 


1951 


FSO-3 - 


Apr .27, 


1951 


FSO-3 -- 


June 18, 


1951 


FSO-3 - 


Oct. 9, 


1950 


FSR-3 — 


May 26, 


1951 


FSR-3-- 


Oct. 11, 


1949 


FSS-2 -- 


Apr. 22, 


1950 


FSO-3 -- 


Apr. 20, 


1950 


FSR-3— 


Aug. 7, 


1951 


FSS-2 -- 


Dec. 19, 


1947 


FSS-3 -- 


Feb. 8, 


1946 


FSO-3 - 


Aug. 14, 


1951 


FSS-3 -- 


May 7, 


1951 


FSS-4 — 


May 12, 


1949 


FSO-4-- 


Sept. 27, 


1951 


FSO-4 — 


Apr. 23, 


1951 


FSS-4 - 


Aug. .5, 


1951 


FSS-4 - 


Sept. 7, 


1951 


FSO-4 — 


Nov. i2. 


1951 


FSS-5 — 


Oct. 1, 


1950 


FSS-6 — 


Sept. 16, 


1948 


FSO-4 — 


Jan. 22, 


1950 


FSS-6 - 


June 6, 


1951 


FSS-6 — 


June 18, 


1951 


FSS-6 — 


June 16, 


1947 


FSS-7 — 


Mar .25, 


1947 


FSS-8 — 


Sept. 5, 


1950 


FSS-7 — 


June 15, 


1951 


FSS-7 — 


July 12, 


1951 


FSS-7 — 


July 28, 


1948 


FSO-5 — 


Nov. 29, 


1949 


FSO-5 — 


Apr. 6, 


1950 


FSO-5 - 


May 9, 


1949 


FSO-5 — 


Apr. 1, 


1950 


FSO-5 -- 


Apr. 20, 


1951 


FSO-5-- 


Jan. 21, 


1950 


FSO-5-- 


Nov. 16, 


1951 


FSR-5-- 


Feb. 1, 


1951 


FSS-8 - 


Sept. 12, 


1951 


FSO-6 — 


June 18, 


1951 


FSS-9 -- 


Nov. 23, 


1951 


FSO-6 — 


Oct. 9, 


1951 


FSO-6 — 


Aug. 13, 


1951 


FSO-6 — 


Nov. 20, 


1951 


FSO-6 -- 


Aug. 21, 


1950 


FSO-5 — 


May 31, 


1951 


FSO-5 — 


Mar. 30, 


1950 


FSO-2 — 


Oct. 11, 


1951 


FSO-4 — 


June 6, 


1950 


FSO-5 - 


Aug. 8, 


1951 


FSS-7 — 


Sept. 8, 


1949 


FSO-5 - 


Apr. 5, 


1951 


FSO-6 - 


Nov. 15, 


1951 


FSO-6 -- 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



109 



Post 



ich of USP) -- 
jjchof USP) -- 

ranch of USP) 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



ce of United 
egation to Eco- 
nmission for 



JAPAN--Continued 



William H. Bruns, v. c — 

Henry G. Krausse, Jr., v.c — 

David L. Osborn, v.c 

Dorothy J. Dugan, v.c 

William Joseph Cunningham, v.c 
Leo J. Callanan, cons, gen 

Charles H. Stephan, cons 

George H. Zentz, cons 

James B. Lindsey, v.c 

Thomas H. Murfin, v.c 

Wendell W. Woodbury, v.c 

William C. Sherman, v.c 

SWITZERLAND 

Avery B. Cohan, att. 



Aug. 
Aug. 
Feb. 
May 
Oct. 
Dec. 
Oct. 
July 
Nov. 
May 
Oct. 
Aug. 



29, 


1951 


31, 


1951 


13, 


1951 


8, 


1951 


11, 


1951 


9, 


1949 


5, 


1948 


13, 


1951 


29, 


1949 


13, 


1949 


18, 


1950 


14, 


1951 



FSO-5 ■ 

FSS-10- 

FSO-5 

FSS-10 

FSS-10 

FSO-3 

FSS-4 

FSS-6 

FSS-B 

FSO-5 

FSO-6 

FSO-6 



1 I Jan. 12, 195l| FSS-2 



Salary 



i 5,713 
4,443 
5,713 
4,443 
4,323 
11,030 
7,689 
6,501 
5,493 
5,313 
4,993 
4,993 



9,230 



ice of United 
itical Adviser 
imander, 
lited States 
ie Territory of 



TRIESTE, FREE TERRITORY OF 

Leonard Unger, For. Ser. Reserve 

officer. 

Thomas R. Hall, pol. officer 

Wesley Clifford Haraldson, For. Ser. 

officer. 
Merritt N. Cootes, public affairs officer - 

Herbert L. Jacobson, radio officer 

Daniel J. Herget, info, officer- --- 

Donald P. Downs, pol. officer 

Alfred Lawrence Grigis, cultural affairs 

officer. 

Rudolph W. Hefti, v.c 

George Richard Kennev, pol. officer 



Feb. 23, 1950 

Mar. 23, 1951 

Nov. 28, 1949 

Dec. 12, 1950 

Jan. 14, 1948 

Nov. 14, 1951 

Jan. 2, 1951 

Jan. 1, 1948 

Oct. 27, 1949 

Nov. 21, 1951 



FSR-3 -- 

FSR-3 -- 
FSO-3 — 

FSO-4 -- 
FSS-5 -- 
FSR-4 -- 
FSO-4 — 
FSS-6 — 

FSS-7 -- 
FSO-6 -- 



10,030 

9,430 
9,130 

8,863 
7,455 
7,263 
6,963 
6,681 

6,087 
4.593 



I also to Bern. 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 
ECONOMIC COOPERATION ADMINISTRATION ' 



III 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Salary 



>f special 

ve in Europe). 



European Headquarters 

C. Tyler Wood, dep. U. S. special rep. 

in Ehirope. 
Isaac N. P. Stokes, special asst. (opera- 
tions). 
Henry J. Tasca, special asst. (staff 

planning). 
Robert Blum, dep. special asst. (staff 

planning). 

Harry L. Martin, labor info, adviser 

Hubert F. Havlik, dir. of finance and 

trade div. 
John B. Lindeman, dir. of program div - 
Waldemar A. Nielsen, dir. of info, div - 
Rutillus H. Allen, dir. of food and agri. 

div. 
Edmund M. Flaherty, dir. of industry div 

Harry H. Fite, exec, asst 

James P. Hendrick, special asst. to 

special rep. 
Nelson H. Cruikshank, dir. of labor div - 
Adolph W. Foerster, special asst. 

(productivity). 

Frank Rousseau Lanou, controller 

John W. Harriman, special adviser to 

special rep. 
Lloyd K. Larson, liaison officer (London) 

Frank A. Baird, dep. special asst 

Lawrence H. Norton, dep. dir. of food and 

agri. div. 
Frank T. Ostrander, asst. dir. of pro- 
gram div. 
Victor M. Longstreet, dep. dir. of 

finance and trade div. 
Ambrose E. Chambers, special asst. to 

U. S. special rep. 
Seaborn P. Foster, dir. of security and 

investigation div. 
David J. Saposs, special adviser (labor) - 

M. Harvey Brown, dep. controller 

William G. Finn, chief of special com- 
modities section. 
Lawrence De Neufville, special asst. to 

the pol. adviser 

Louis Lister, chief of coal section 

James McKim, asst. chief of coal section 
Audis B. Clampitt, nonferrous metals 

specialist 
Henry K. Heuser, chief of fiscal policy 

section. 
John T. Quinn, chief of tech. assistance 

section. 

Malcolm E. Pitts, dep. exec, asst 

James R. Brooks, chief of counterpart 

policy section. 
Walter T. Ridder, chief of operations 

info. div. 
Ralph C. Wood, special asst. to dir. of 

finance and trade div. 
W. Cornell Dechert, chief of payments 

section. 
Lyle J. Hayden, chief of overseas agri. 

section. 
Addison G. Foster, head of transportation 

unit (industry). 
Raymond W. Ogg. agri. adviser (orgs.) - 
Ethel B. Dietrich, chief of trade section - 
George L. Sutherland, head of elect. 

equipment unit. 
Arthur C. Hastings, Jr., chief of produc- 
tivity section. 



Aug. 7, 1950 

Jan. 24, 1949 

Mar. 22, 1949 

Nov. 3, 1951 

July 19, 1948 
Sept. 5, 1948 

Sept. 17, 1950 
June 9, 1948 
Sept. 20, 1948 

Nov. 28, 1948 
July 19, 1950 
July 20. 1950 

Nov. 20, 1950 
May 26, 1951 

June 20, 1951 
Oct. 28, 1951 

Oct. 28, 1951 
Apr. 22, 1951 
Jan. 7, 1950 

Aug. 17, 1948 

Sept. 1, 1951 

June 1, 1948 

Aug. 6, 1948 

Sept. 22, 1948 
Sept. 28, 1948 
Aug. 29, 1949 

May 13, 1951 

Oct. 4, 1951 
Oct. 10, 1948 
Feb. 28, 1949 

Mar. 28, 1949 

Apr. 22, 1949 

Aug. 9, 1949 
Sept. 7, 1949 

Sept. 17, 1950 

Mar. 21, 1951 

Oct. 6, 1948 

Jan. 2, 1949 

Jan. 3, 1949 

Oct. 25, 1949 
Dec. 15, 1949 
Apr. 30, 1950 

May 2, 1950 



FSR-1 - 

FSR-1 - 

FSR-1 - 

FSR-1 - 
FSR-1 - 

FSR-1 - 
FSR-1 - 
FSR-1 - 

FSR-1 - 
FSR-1 - 
FSR-1 - 

FSR-1 - 
FSR-1 - 

FSR-1 - 
FSR-1 - 

FSR-1 - 
FSR-2 - 
FSR-2 - 

FSR-2 - 

FSR-2 - 

FSR-2 - 

FSR-2 - 

FSR-2 - 
FSR-2 - 
FSR-2 - 

FSR-2 - 

FSR-2 - 
FSR-2 - 
FSR-2 - 

FSR-2 - 

FSR-2 ■ 

FSR-2 
FSR-2 

FSR-2 

FSR-2 

FSR-2 

FSR-2 

FSR-2 

FSR-2 
FSR-2 
FSR-2 

FSR-2 



$14,300 

14,300 

14,300 

14, 000 
13,200 

13,200 
12,800 
12,800 

12,800 
12,800 
12,800 

12, 800 
12,800 

12,800 
12,800 

12,800 
12,700 
12,550 

12,200 

12,200 

11,850 

11,850 

11,850 
11,850 
11,850 

11,850 

11,850 
11,500 
11,500 

11,500 

11,500 

11,500 
11,500 

11,500 

11,500 

11,150 

11,150 

11,150 

11,150 
11,150 
11,150 

11,150 



tion was compiled by the Economic Cooperation Administration. Effective December 30, 1951, 
5. personnel, records, etc. of this Administration were transferred to the Mutual Security Agency 
itive Order 10300. 



112 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 1952 
Economic Cooperation Aclministration--Continued 



Post 



Paris (Office of special 
representative in Europe) 
--Continued. 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



European Headquarters — Continued 

Oscar E. Bransky, chief of petroleum 
section. 

Alice E. Bourneuf, area chief 

John H. Humpstone, dep. chief of trans - 
portation section. 

Rol)€rt F. Hamilton, power adviser 

Bruno Luzzatto, program adviser 

Alexander Eugene Sedgewick, chief of 

admin, sers. 
Edward B. McMenamin, chief of personnel 

section. 
Gladys Pearlson, chief of budget and 

fiscal section. 
John N. Hutchison, dep. chief of info, div 

Martin M. Tank, econ. specialist 

Leonard F. Miller, chief of plans and 

programs section. 
Morris Deane, chief of supply and 

requirements section. 
Charles B. Warden, dep. chief of produc- 
tivity section. 
Eugene J. Rachlis, dep. chief of 

operations. 
Roger W. Thompson, asst. controller -- 
Langdon Simons, industrial specialist 

(steel). 
William C. Shelton, chief of field sta- 
tistical procedure section. 

Russell Smith, farm org. specialist 

Milton Gilbert, dir. of statistics and pro- 
gram div. 

Joseph F. Heath, field officer 

Allan L. Swim, special adviser (planning)- 
George Allen Huggins, aviation production 

specialist. 
David E. Christian, chief of labor supply 

and employment section. 
Daniel L. Goldy, dep. dir. of labor div -- 

Loring Wood, econ. adviser 

Edward D. Lynton, strategic materials 

specialist. 
Blandford C. Burgess, strategic materials 

specialist. 
Gaylord Thompson Walker, asst. con- 

troUer (field). 
Harrison T. McClung, asst. dir. of info. 

div. 
Samuel W. Blakslee, coal mining expert - 
Eric E. Oulashin, chief of central 

secretariat. 
John Bogart Mickam, industrial analyst 

(automotive) . 
Willard M. Rogers, industrial analyst 

(equipment). 
John W. Hight, econ. specialist (nonfer- 

rous metals). 
George R. Clemens, transportation 

specialist (waterways). 
Samuel F. Neville, dep. chief of elect, 
equipment section. 

Harold F. Hollands, agri. economist 

Luther H. Brannon, agri. extension 
specialist. 

Max Gluck, info, and ed. specialist 

Sidney N. Fine, info, and ed. specialist - 
Robert L. Hinkle, Jr., dep. chief of per- 
sonnel section. 
Thomas K. Hodges, info, and ed. special- 
ist. 

Foster J. Pratt, field rep 

Keith E. Angell, dep. dir. of security and 
investigation div. 



Sept. 22, 1950 

July 1, 1951 
Dec. 28, 1949 

Dec. 29, 1950 
Jan. 5, 1951 
Feb. 12, 1951 

June 27, 1948 

Aug. 16, 1948 

Oct. 9, 1948 
Nov. 3, 1949 
Jan. 26, 1950 

Apr. 28, 1950 

May 19, 1950 

Aug. 4, 1950 

Nov. 3,1950 
Nov. 9, 1950 

Nov. 26, 1950 

Feb. 9, 1951 
Feb. 27, 1951 

Mar. 4, 1951 
Apr. 9, 1951 
Apr. 25, 1951 

May 9, 1951 

May 12, 1951 
May 27, 1951 
July 2, 1951 

Aug. 1, 1951 

Sept. 15, 1951 

Oct. 1, 1951 

Oct. 22, 1951 
Oct. 21, 1948 

Apr. 27, 1951 

Apr. 27, 1951 

Dec. 29, 1948 

Oct. 26, 1948 

Nov. 18, 1948 

July 1, 1949 
Sept. 1, 1950 

Oct. 15, 1950 
June 18, 1948 
Aug. 9, 1948 

Sept. 28, 1948 

Nov. 3, 1948 
Nov. 12, 1948 



FSR-2 --- 

FSR-2 --- 
FSS-1 --- 

FSS-1 --- 
FSS-1 --- 
FSS-1 --- 

FSR-2 --- 

FSR-2 --- 

FSR-2 --- 
FSR-2 — - 
FSR-2 --- 

FSR-2 --- 

FSR-2 --- 

FSR-2 --- 

FSR-2 --- 
FSR-2 --- 

FSR-2 --- 

FSR-2 --- 
FSR-2 — 

FSR-2 — 
FSR-2 — - 
FSR-2 — - 

FSR-2 --- 

FSR-2 --- 
FSR-2 --- 
FSR-2 --- 

FSR-2 --- 

FSR-2 --- 

FSR-2 --- 

FSR-2 --- 
FSS-1 — - 

FSS-1 --- 

FSS-1 --- 

FSR-3 --- 

FSS-1 --- 

FSS-1 - — 

FSS-1 --- 
FSS-1 --- 

FSS-1 --- 
FSS-1 --- 
FSS-1 --- 

FSS-1 --- 

FSS-1 --- 
FSS-1 — 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 
Economic Cooperation Administration- -Continued 



113 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Salary 



of special 
tive in Europe) 
i. 



European Headquarters--Continued 

Charles C. Crooks, ports and shipping 

specialist. 
Peter G. Harnden, info, specialist 

(visual) 
Cornelius F. Miller, chief of news and 

writing section. 
Hugh B. Sutherland, dep. chief of 

operations . 
Thomas E. Frayne, labor info, specialist 
Joel Bernstein, economist (for. affairs) - 
Richard N. Kelly, special asst. to dir. of 

labor div. 
Peter J. Diffley, industrial specialist — 
Clarence A. Botsford, mining engineer -- 

Arthur Nelson, agronomist 

John Parker Robinson, dep. chief of org. 

and mgmt. section. 
Joseph Prendergast, foundry specialist -- 
William C. Gausmann, special asst. 

(policy). 
Boris Scherbak, chief of productivity 

section (labor). 

Joseph Carter, info, specialist 

Charles Everett Seman, foundries 

specialist. 

Roy F. Renoud, field rep 

Thomas C. Clark, Industrial specialist 

(steel). 
Joseph B. Andrews, Jr., industrial 

specialist. 
Harlen M. Chapman, sales engineer 

(cokes usage). 
Charles M. Koon, asst. head of pulp paper 

and timber unit. 
William J. Mazzocco, economist (int. 

trade). 

Eldon B. Smith, head of budget unit 

Allan H. Smith, atty --- 

Maurice R. Schmidt, petroleum specialist 
Clarence K. Dwinell, industrial info. 

officer. 
Glen E. Moorhouse, asst. to special rep - 

William Woodworth, statistician 

Robert M. Marr, asst. personnel officer- 
Florence E. Scheyer, asst. chief of labor 

supply and employment section. 
Stephen J. Campbell, distribution officer- 
Scott L. Behoteguy, dep. chief of tech. 

assistance section. 

Robert K. Tindall, dep. exec, sec 

Jan F. Libich, asst. to special rep 

Arnold Rivkin, asst. to gen. counsel 

Jacques L. Phillippot, specialist end-use 

investigation. 
Lemuel E. Graves, dep. chief of news and 

writing section. 
Cecilia B. Martin, chief of photo section - 
Ralph W. Butterfield, dep. chief of admin. 

sers. 
Wallace L. Kadderly, info, specialist 

(agri.). 
Clarence E. Kresin, asst. personnel 

officer. 

Nils C. Nilson, dep. chief 

Porter A. McCray, dep. chief of presen- 
tations and pubs, section. 
Curtis Henry Altbaier, asst. chief of 

machine and equipment section. 
Arne H. Ekstrom, econ. andpol. analyst- 
Eugene H. King, media specialist (radio)- 
John J. Dunning, special asst. to 

personnel officer. 



Mar. 31, 1949 

May 10, 1949 

Oct. 3, 1949 

Oct. 6, 1949 

Dec. 10, 1949 
Jan. 8, 1950 
Feb. 20, 1950 

July 1, 1950 
Nov. 14, 1950 
Nov. 20, 1950 
Mar. 13, 1951 

Apr. 1, 1951 
May 13, 1951 

May 31, 1951 

July 15, 1951 
July 29, 1951 

Aug. 28, 1951 
Sept. 11, 1951 

Sept. 25, 1951 

Apr. 11, 1949 

July 22, 1949 

Oct. 4, 1949 

Oct. 11, 1951 
June 24, 1949 
May 22, 1950 
July 17, 1950 

June 4, 1948 
Aug. 17, 1948 
Nov. 28, 1948 
Nov. 30, 1948 

Apr. 7, 1949 
May 11, 1949 

June 12, 1949 
July 19, 1949 
Sept. 19, 1949 
Oct. 9, 1949 

Nov. 14, 1949 

Jan. 26, 1950 
Feb. 5, 1950 

Apr. 21, 1950 

Aug. 14, 1950 

Aug. 16, 1950 
Jan. 1, 1951 

Aug. 1, 1951 

Aug. 1, 1951 
Oct. 3, 1951 
Nov. 26, 1948 



FSS-1 -- 

FSS-1 -- 

FSS-1 -- 

FSS-1 -- 

FSS-1 -- 
FSS-1 -- 
FSS-1 -- 

FSS-1 — 
FSS-1 — 
FSS-1 — 
FSS-1 -- 

FSS-1 - 
FSS-1 -- 

FSS-1 -- 

FSS-1 -- 
FSS-1 -- 

FSS-1 -- 
FSS-1 -- 

FSS-1 -- 

FSR-3 -- 

FSR-3 -- 

FSR-3 -- 

FSS-2 -■ 
FSS-2 -■ 
FSS-2 -■ 
FSS-2 -- 

FSS-2 -■ 
FSS-2 -■ 
FSS-2 - 
FSS-2 - 

FSS-2 -• 
FSS-2 - 

FSS-2 - 
FSS-2 - 
FSS-2 - 
FSS-2 - 

FSS-2 - 

FSS-2 - 
FSS-2 - 

FSS-2 - 

FSS-2 - 

FSS-2 - 
FSS-2 - 

FSS-2 - 

FSS-2 - 
FSS-2 - 
FSS-3 - 



$9,950 

9,950 

9.950 

9,950 

9,950 
9,950 
9,950 

9,950 
9,950 
9,950 
9,950 

9,950 
9,950 

9,950 

9,950 
9,950 

9,950 
9,950 

9,950 

9,730 

9,730 

9,730 

9.710 
9,470 
9,470 
9,470 

9,230 
9,230 
9,230 
9,230 

9,230 
9,230 

9,230 
9,230 
9,230 
9,230 

9,230 

9,230 
9,230 

9,230 

9,230 

9,230 
9,230 

9.230 

9,230 
9,230 
9,201 



114 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 1952 
Economic Cooperation Administration- -Continued 



Post 



Name and title 



Paris (Office of special 
representative in Europe) 
--Continued. 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



European Headquarters- -Continued 

Frederick William Flott, Jr., econ. and 

pol. analyst. 
George M. Alsberg, econ. specialist — 
Benjamin F. Goodridge, head of field in- 
vestigation unit. 
James R. West, asst. to dir. of info, div 
Ruth L. Sivard, head of research unit 

(info.). 

Paul E. Deutschman, ed.- writer 

Hart Preston, ed. -writer 

Cecil Carnes, ed. -writer 

Robert Faherty, ed. -writer 

Elizabeth H. Bigos, org. and mgmt. 

examiner (procedure). 
Mildred S. Springer, asst. chief for 

communications. ■ 

Verna M. Feuerhelm, econ. analyst 

Charles F. Edmundson, ed.- writer 

Richard V. Driscoll, info, specialist 

(radio). 
Mary E. Pioda, chief of tech. aids section 

David Brown, ed.-writer 

Melton S. Davis, info, .specialist (radio) - 
Benton D. Morgan, org. and mgmt. 

examiner. 
George B. Rasin, Jr.. security officer -- 
John D. Rawson, info, and ed. specialist 

(visual). 
Vernon R. Esteves, payments specialist - 

Warren E. Trabant, ed.-writer 

Albert E. Hemsing, media specialist 

(films). 
Maurice H. Anthonl, industrial specialist 

(electronic). 

Murray Gartner, atty 

Paul S. Guinn, commodity analyst 

James W. Brown, info, specialist 

Donald W. Bernard, asst. chief of 

section for supply. 

Minnie Dockterman, economist 

Philip Stapp, asst. media specialist 

Sarah M. Mclnteer, position classifier -- 
Wilfred H. Wentzel, head of reproduction 

unit. 
Philip H. Slocum, position classifier — 
Melvin S. Rosen, asst. head of budget unit 

Mary S. Painter, econ. analyst 

Guy Mallett, Jr.. commodity analyst 

James J. Walker, admin, officer 

Eugene Phillips, info, and ed. specialist - 

Sahni T. Zelter, media specialist 

Edward B. Kane, head of fiscal unit 

Nicolas Bajenow, asst. chief for plant 

operations. 
David A. Safer, dep. distribution officer - 
Dennis A. Collins, asst. head of field 

insp. unit. 
William K. Stewart, head of contracts unit 

Ralph E. Holben, econ. statistician 

Stanley Harold Kapner, info, specialist 

(radio). 
Dan F. Finkle, production methods 

specialist. 
Roland W. Cote, purchase and supply 

specialist. 
Paul C. McMullen, tech. assistance 

specialist. 
James L. Shute, info, specialist (films) - 
George E. Springer, special asst. 

(i)rojects). 
Milton R. Stark, radio distribution officer 
Patricia Sussmann, film distribution 

officer. 



Aug. 29, 


1951 


FSR-3 -- 


$9, 


Dec. 20, 
Sept. 19, 


1948 
1948 


FSS-3 - — 
FSS-3 -- 


8, 
8, 


Sept. 21, 
A.pr. 16, 


1948 
1949 


FSS-3 --- 
FSS-3 --- 


8, 
8, 


Sept. 1, 
Sept. 22, 
Oct. 3, 
Oct. 28, 
June 1, 


1950 
1950 
1950 
1951 
1948 


FSS-3 --- 
FSS-3 --- 
FSS-3 --- 
FSS-3 --- 
FSS-3 --- 


8, 
8, 
8, 
8, 
8, 


July 9, 


1948 


FSS-3 --- 


8, 


Aug. 16, 
July 1, 
Dec. 22, 


1948 
1949 
1949 


FSS-3 --- 
FSS-3 - — 
FSS-3 --- 


8, 
8, 
8, 


Dec. 29, 
Jan. 11, 
Mar. 30, 
Apr. 7, 


1949 
1950 
1950 
1950 


FSS-3 — 
FSS-3 --- 
FSS-3 --- 
FSS-3 --- 


8, 
8. 
8, 
8, 


May 22, 
Oct. 30, 


1950 
1950 


FSS-3 --- 
FSS-3 --- 


8, 
8, 


Mar. 22, 
Aug. 1, 
Aug. 12, 


1951 
1951 
1951 


FSS-3 -- 
FSS-3 --- 
FSS-3 --- 


8. 
8, 
8, 


Aug. 19, 


1951 


FSS-3 --- 


8, 


Aug. 22, 
Sept. 10, 
Sept. 19, 
Oct. 23, 


1951 
1951 
1951 
1951 


FSS-3 -- 
FSS-3 --- 
FSS-3 --- 
FSS-3 --- 


8, 
8, 
8, 
8, 


Mar. 9, 
Sept. 5, 
Aug. 30, 
Aug. 30, 


1950 
1950 
1948 
1948 


FSS-4 --- 
FSS-4 -- 
FSS-4 --- 
FSS-4 — - 


8, 
7, 
7, 
7, 


Dec. 13, 
Feb. 16, 
Apr. 17, 
June 30, 
Sept. 19. 
Nov. 9, 
Nov. 14, 
Jan. 21, 
Feb. 21, 


1948 
1949 
1949 
1949 
1949 
1949 
1949 
1950 
1950 


FSS-4 --- 
FSS-4 --- 
FSS-4 --- 
FSS-4 --- 
FSS-4 --- 
FSS-4 --- 
FSS-4 --- 
FSS-4 — 
FSS-4 --- 


7, 
7, 
7, 
7, 
7, 
7, 
7, 
7, 
7, 


Mar. 5, 
Apr. 2, 


1950 
1950 


FSS-4 --- 
FSS-4 --- 


7, 
7, 


Oct. 25, 
Apr. 12, 
July 19, 


1950 
1951 
1951 


FSS-4 --- 
FSS-4 --- 
FSS-4 --- 


7, 
7, 
7, 


Sept. 10, 


1951 


FSS-4 - — 


7, 


June 30, 


1948 


FSS-5 --- 


7, 


Mar. 11, 


1949 


FSS-5 --- 


7. 


Dec. 27, 
Sept. 10, 


1949 
1950 


FSS-5 --- 
FSS-5 --- 


7, 
7, 


Apr. 4, 
June 28, 


1951 
1948 


FSS-5 --- 
FSS-5 --- 


7, 
7, 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 
Economic Cooperation Administration --Continued 



115 



St 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Salary 



»f special 

ve in Europe) 



European Headquarters — Continued 

Peter Spitz, interpreter 

Max E. Browning, security investigator - 
Phil B. George, Jr., European media 

specialist. 
Edward J. Danilowicz, commodity 

specialist (coal). 
Marba Presby Marston, info, specialist 

(radio). 
Eugene Gilbert Brame, asst. employment 

officer. 
Burton D. Reinfrank, Jr., industrial 

analyst (machinery). 
Sidney Charles Siegel, budget analyst — 

Thomas D. Kaufmann.econ. analyst 

Helen V. Graham, program sec 

John F. White, Jr., asst. to exec, sec -- 
Robert R. Brown, info, and ed. specialist 
Robert Hopkins, info, specialist (radio) -- 

Maxwell Obst, economist 

Thomas F. Bartlett, statistician 

Lois McCuUough, ed. specialist 

Gene C. d'Ollve, info, and ed. specialist 

Aron Green, ed. specialist 

Mary E. Mohler, mission sers. analyst — 
Phyllis Moir, admin, asst. to special rep 

Arthur C. Parsons, warehouse supt 

James S. Arrigona, purchasing officer -- 

Ralph Holzwarth, operations officer 

Gloria H. Count, info, and ed. specialist 
Priscilla G. Stillman, placement officer - 

Samuel J. Miceli, records officer 

Curtis J. Baldwin, wire communications 

supervisor. 

Martha E. Carter, personnel asst 

Nicholas J. Anton, telephone ser. super- 
visor. 
James J. Martyn, wire communications 

supervisor. 
Oscar P. Gendelman, commodity analyst 

Ellin M. Ballest, analyst 

Donald R. Fleischner, contract printing 

officer. 
Edgar N. Pike, info, and ed. specialist - 

Gilda E. Varrati, budget analyst 

Annabeall E. Rutledge, asst. to head of 

field inspection unit. 
Marion V. Crites, info, and ed. specialist 
Richard Weatland, 2d, special asst. 

(industry). 
William E. G. Worm, info, and ed. 

specialist. 
Norman M. Schoonover, tech. assistance 

specialist. 
Vincent W. Brown, tech. assistance 

specialist. 

Donald E. Paradis, atty 

Kenneth S. Levick, labor relations analyst 
Harold R. Oelke, org. and mgmt. 

examiner. 

George L. Powell, econ. analyst 

Doris M. Luellen, budget analyst 

Charles Norman Tardiff, accountant 

Harold Guilford Tufty, Jr., info. 

specialist. 
Van H. Seagraves, asst. to chief of 

productivity section. 
Raymond W. T. Pracht, econ. analyst -- 
Dorothy D. Dunham, tech. asst. analyst - 
Raymond H. Lushin, head of conf . 

reporting unit. 
Frederick Berger, asst. bldg. supt 



Sept. 3, 1948 
Oct. 3, 1948 
Nov. 8, 1948 

Nov. 10, 1948 

Feb. 24, 1950 

Dec. 18. 1950 

Apr. 3, 1951 



Apr. 29, 
Oct. 15, 
Jan. 6, 
Jan. 12, 
July 12, 
Sept. 2, 
Mar. 20, 
May 14, 
July 8, 
Dec. 27, 
Aug. 23, 
July 30, 
May 28. 
Aug. 20, 
Jan. 31, 
Mar. 29, 
Nov. 8, 
June 17, 
June 21, 
July 2, 



1951 
1951 
1949 
1949 
1949 
1949 
1950 
1950 
1948 
1949 
1951 
1948 
1948 
1948 
1949 
1949 
1949 
1948 
1948 
1948 



Aug. 18, 1948 
Sept. 9, 1948 

Sept. 23, 1948 

Oct. 27, 1948 
July 11, 1949 
Oct. 3. 1949 

Jan. 6, 1950 
Feb. 5, 1950 
Feb. 20, 1950 

Feb. 28, 1950 
Mar. 13, 1950 



Mar. 23, 

Apr. 27, 

June 3 , 

July 15, 
Sept. 5, 
Sept. 17, 

Sept. 29, 
Nov. 20, 
Mar. 12, 
July 2, 



1950 

1950 

1950 

1950 
1950 
1950 

1950 
1950 
1951 
1951 



Sept. 6, 1951 



Oct. 12, 
Jan. 25, 
Oct. 5, 



1951 
1949 
1948 



June 14, 1948 



FSS-5 --- 
FSS-5 --- 
FSS-5 --- 

FSS-5 --- 

FSS-5 --- 

FSS-5 --- 

FSS-5 --- 

FSS-5 --- 
FSS-5 --- 
FSS-6 --- 
FSS-6 --- 
FSS-6 — - 
FSS-6 --- 
FSS-6 --- 
FSS-6 --- 
FSS-6 — - 
FSS-6 --■ 
FSS-6 — ■ 
FSS-7 --■ 
FSS-7 — 
FSS-7 --• 
FSS-7 -- 
FSS-7 --■ 
FSS-7 — 
FSS-7 -- 
FSS-7 -- 
FSS-7 -- 

FSS-7 -- 
FSS-7 -- 

FSS-7 -- 

FSS-7 -- 
FSS-7 -- 
FSS-7 -- 

FSS-7 -- 
FSS-7 -- 
FSS-7 -- 

FSS-7 -- 
FSS-7 — 

FSS-7 -- 

FSS-7 -- 

FSS-7 -- 

FSS-7 — 
FSS-7 -- 
FSS-7 -- 

FSS-7 -- 
FSS-7 -- 
FSS-7 -- 
FSS-7 — 

FSS-7. -- 

FSS-7 -- 
FSS-8 -- 
FSS-8 -- 

FSS-8 -- 



$ 7,095 
7,095 
7,095 

7,095 

7.095 

7,095 

7,095 

7,095 
7,095 
6,681 
6,681 
6,681 
6,681 
6,681 
6,681 
6,501 
6,501 
6,501 
6,267 
6,087 
6,087 
6,087 
6,087 
6,087 
5,907 
5,907 
5,907 

5,907 
5,907 

5,907 

5,907 
5,907 
5,907 

5,907 
5,907 
5,907 

5,907 
5,907 

5,907 

5,907 

5,907 

5,907 
5,907 
5,907 

5,907 
5,907 
5,907 
5,907 

5,907 

5,907 
5,853 
5,673 

5,493 



116 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST; JANUARY 1, 1952 
Economic Cooperation Administration--Continued 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Paris (Office of special 
representative in Europe) 
--Continued. 



Vienna (M) 



European Headquarters — Continued 

Addie H. Kimmel, asst. to head of field 

inspection unit. 
Harry R. Hoffman, supervisor of payroll 

sub-unit. 
Anna E. Lynch, supervisor of voucher 

preparation sub-unit. 
Harry J. Ormsby, position classifier — 

Mary G. Seaman, budget analyst 

Ramon F. Durand, supervisor (motor pool 

operations). 
Colette C. Crumlick, asst. chief of 

transportation unit. 

Viviane M. Crumlick, translator 

Marion C. Foley, asst. placement officer 

Edward C. McKenzie, conf. reporter 

Jean M. Giroux, restaurant mgr 

Martha W. Shaeffer, info, specialist (photo) 

John Peter Maas, asst. ed. -writer 

Vida Bingham, supervisor 

Charles T. Caughlin, supervisor of 

accounts and procurements sub-unit. 
Robert R. Lydecker, head of graphics unit 
Dorothy E. Weihrauch, admin, asst. 

(information). 

Frederic L. Chapin, econ. analyst 

John Bernard Sheahan, econ. analyst — 
Richard D. Van Der Feen, pubs, dis- 
tribution specialist. 

Harry A. Malcolm, admin, aide 

James T. Fitzpatrick, librarian 

Rosella A. Donohue, admin, asst. 

(special media section). 
Charles W. Chatfield, admin, asst. 

(industry). 
Carol Sands Goldstandt, special asst. 

(labor div. ). 
Marjorie Kent Jacobs, employee relations 

asst. 

Helen W. Avati, admin, asst 

Robert Scott Shertzer, asst. supervisor - 
Joseph D. Lastauskas, asst. warehouse 

supt. 

Sarah A. Cist, special asst 

Calvin G. Brice, telephone technician — 

Sally Carthage, admin, asst 

Marie-Therese Chauche, admin, asst -- 

Ruth G. Marcus, admin, asst 

James Gordon Lowenstein, observer — 

John Gunther Dean, econ. analyst 

John F. Wachob, supervisor of mail, 

distribution, and messenger ser. 

John T. Craig, econ. analyst 

Helen Brown, asst. supervisor telegraph 

sers. 
William N. Hawkins, printing and pubs. 

supervisor. 
Archibald Lappin, Jr., asst. supervisor 

of voucher examination sub-unit. 
EleanoreS. Anton, jr. procedures analyst 
Lisbeth A. Stecher, records technician - 
Kristine Larson Stevens, research analyst 

AUSTRIA 

Clarence E. Meyer, chief of mission 

Ben H. Thibodeaux, econ. couns^ 

William H. C. Giblin, dep. chief of 

mission. 
Gabriel T. Kerekes, trade and payments 

officer. 



Aug. 


11, 


1948 


FSS-8 


Sept 


27, 


1948 


FSS-8 


Jan. 


10, 


1949 


FSS-8 


Sept 


3, 


1950 


FSS-8 


June 


16, 


1948 


FSS-8 


June 17, 


1948 


FSS-8 


July 


12, 


1948 


FSS-8 


July 


12, 


1948 


FSS-8 


Sept 


20, 


1948 


FSS-8 


Oct. 


18, 


1948 


FSS-8 


Feb. 


3, 


1949 


FSS-8 


Aug. 


5, 


1949 


FSS-8 


May 


9, 


1950 


FSS-8 


July 


23, 


1950 


FSS-8 


July 


28, 


1950 


FSS-8 


Nov. 


4, 


1950 


FSS-8 


Nov. 


29, 


1950 


FSS-8 


July 


8, 


1951 


FSS-9 


Aug. 


26, 


1951 


FSS-8 


Sept 


30, 


1951 


FSS-8 


Nov. 


10, 


1948 


FSS-9 


July 


11, 


1949 


FSS-9 


Sept 


3. 


1950 


FSS-9 


Oct. 


19, 


1950 


FSS-9 


May 


24, 


1948 


FSS-9 


May 


31, 


1948 


FSS-9 


Oct. 


12, 


1948 


FSS-9 


Nov. 


4, 


1948 


FSS-9 


Nov. 


23, 


1948 


FSS-9 


Feb. 


28, 


1949 


FSS-9 


Apr. 


5, 


1949 


FSS-9 


May 


11, 


1949 


FSS-9 


July 


15, 


1949 


FSS-9 


Dec. 


6, 


1949 


FSS-9 


Feb. 


5, 


1950 


FSS-9 


June 


19, 


1950 


FSS-9 


July 


10, 


1950 


FSS-9 


July 


23, 


1950 


FSS-9 


Nov. 


17, 


1950 


FSS-9 


Dec. 


12, 


1950 


FSS-9 


Dec. 


22, 


1950 


FSS-9 


July 


8, 


1951 


FSS-9 


July 


22, 


1951 


FSS-9 


July 


22, 


1951 


FSS-9 


Feb. 


1, 


1951 




May 


21, 


1948 


FSO-1 


July 


1, 


1948 


FSR-2 



Apr. 11, 1949 



FSR-2 -- 



On loan from the Department of State. 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 
Economic Cooperation Administration- -Continued 



117 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Salary 



AUSTRIA- -ConUnued 

Philip L. Steers, Jr., controller 

Gunther H. Froebel, industry officer — 

Wesley Warren Cook, labor officer 

Herman E. Hendricks, food and agri. 
officer. 

John G. Harlan, Jr., exec, officer 

Stephen V. N. Powelson, asst. controller 

Daniel Madden, info, officer 

Fabian Linden, finance analyst 

Egon G. Rothblum, asst. industry officer 

Carl Neprud, trade specialist 

Ernest J. Nesius, agri. economist 

Maurice P. Arth, econ. analyst 

Leonard B. Tennyson, labor info, officer 

Charles L. Erner, field investigator 

Roy D. R. Betteley, field investigator -- 
Kresten Theodore Sorensen, industry 

analyst (heavy industry). 
Ben H. Maylield, agri. extension spe- 
cialist. 
Malcolm G. Cook, asst. exec, officer -- 
Stanley Clark, tech. asst. coordinator -- 
John P. Dimmer, Jr., reports and sta- 
tistics officer. 
Jerome M. Knopp, statistical accountant- 
Murray M. Mondschein, travel develop- 
ment asst. 

Earl L. Hart, agri. asst 

I Judson R. Stickney, field asst 

BELGIUM 1 

Huntington Gilchrist, chief of mission -- 
Pierre J. Landry, asst. chief of mission 

(industry). 

Roy Stahl, coal specialist 

William Edward Moran, Jr., asst. to 

chief of mission. 

Norman Olnick, controller 

Joseph Leon Bryan, labor officer 

Henry McNulty, info, officer 

L. Allen Thomason, Jr., labor info. 

officer. 

Robert V. Ruhe, geomorphologist 

John G. Cady, mineralogist 

William F. Courtney, economist 

John M. Dempsey, field investigator 

Thomas L. Coleman, asst. exec, officer 
William Blattberg, asst. field invesUgator 

DENMARK 



Charles A. Marshall, chief of mission 
George L. Peterson, food and agri. officer 

Frank Edward Manske, controller 

George Carlson, export-promotion spe- 
cialist. 

William Hardy, Jr., exec, asst 

Svend A. Godfredsen, labor officer 

O'Neill Osborn, industry officer 

William R. Auman, info, and ed. 

specialist. 
Stephen L. Freeland, asst. info, officer - 
Thomas K. Ford, visual info, officer -- 

John A. Edelman, finance officer 

Helen Louise Harrison, admin, asst — 
Peter K. Daniells, industrial analyst — 
James M. Malone, statistical asst 



Apr. 18, 1949 


FSR-2 -- 


$11,150 


Apr. 11, 1950 


FSR-2 -- 


11, 150 


Jan. 12, 1949 


FSR-2 -- 


11, 130 


Mar. 18, 1951 


FSR-2 -- 


11,130 


Sept. 17, 1950 


FSS-2 -- 


10,250 


Sept. 25, 1951 


FSS-2 -- 


10,250 


Apr. 21, 1951 


FSS-1 -- 


9,950 


Apr. 6, 1950 


FSS-2 -- 


9,470 


Apr. 6, 1950 


FSS-2 -- 


9,470 


Nov. 2, 1951 


FSS-2 - 


9,230 


Nov. 12, 1951 


FSS-2 - 


9,230 


Aug. 20, 1950 


FSS-3 - 


8,481 


Nov. 16, 1950 


FSS-3 - 


8,481 


Mar. 3, 1949 


FSS-4 -- 


8,169 


Apr. 18, 1949 


FSS-4 - 


8, 169 


July 23, 1950 


FSS-4 - 


7,689 


July 9, 1951 


FSS-5 - 


7,455 


Nov. 20, 1949 


FSS-5 -- 


7,095 


May 2, 1951 


FSS-5 - 


7,095 


Feb. 5, 1951 


FSS-6 - 


6,501 


Dec. 4, 1948 


FSS-8 -- 


5,313 


July 23, 1951 


FSS-8 — 


5,313 


Oct. 22, 1951 


FSS-9 — 


5,079 


Oct. 15, 1951 


FSS-9 — 


4,719 


Nov. 20, 1950 






May 27, 1951 


FSR-2 — 


12,200 


July 1, 1951 


FSR-2 — 


11, 500 


May 9, 1949 


FSR-2 — 


11,150 


Apr. 4, 1951 


FSR-2 — 


11,130 


Apr. 13, 1949 


FSR-3 - 


11,030 


July 13, 1950 


FSS-1 -- 


9,950 


Apr. 7, 1950 


FSS-3 — 


8,721 


May 31, 1951 


FSS-3 — 


8,481 


June 11, 1951 


FSS-3 — 


8,481 


Feb. 19, 1949 


FSS-5 — 


7,095 


Oct. 18, 1950 


FSS-5 -- 


7,095 


Nov. 8, 1948 


FSS-6 - 


6,501 


June 25, 1950 


FSS-9 — 


4,719 


June 24, 1948 






Aug. 20, 1948 


FSR-2 — 


11,130 


July 31, 1950 


FSR-2 — 


11,130 


Nov. 1, 1950 


FSR-2 — 


11,130 


Nov. 14, 1948 


FSR-3 -- 


10,930 


Oct. 17, 1949 


FSS-1 - 


9,950 


May 28, 1950 


FSS-1 - 


9,950 


Apr. 29, 1951 


FSS-1 - 


9,950 


Feb. 18, 1951 


FSS-3 — 


8,481 


Aug. 19, 1951 


FSS-3 - 


8,481 


Aug. 29, 1949 


FSS-5 -- 


7,095 


Apr. 17, 1949 


FSS-9 - 


4,719 


Mar. 13, 1950 


FSS-9 - 


4,719 


Mar. 20, 1951 


FSS-9 — 


4,719 



at Brussels, Belgium, is also accredited to Luxembourg. 



lis 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 1952 
Economic Cooperation Administration — Continued 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Paris (M) 



FRANCE 

Henry R. Labouisse, chief of mission — 
Benson E. L. Timmons, dep. chief of 

mission. 

Horace G. Reed, special asst 

Robert J. Myers, chief of program and 

industry div. 

Andrew F. Patterson, controller 

Thomas W. Wilson, Jr., chief of office 

of info. 

Kenneth Douty, chief of labor div 

Mac Goodman, chief of industry 

Alfred E. Taif, chief of tech. assistance 

and productivity div. 
E. A. Perregaux, chief of food and agri. 

div. 
Leon Goldenberg, iron and steel specialist 
Enzo Dechetelat, strategic materials 

specialist. 

C. William Taylor, exec, officer 

Elmer H. Williams, dep. chief of labor 

div. 
George Raymond Lindahl, Jr., production 

specialist (processing industries). 
William S. Lyhne, production specialist 

(shop practices). 
Howard Tilson, production specialist 

(metal fabricating). 
Edward N. Moor, industrial specialist 
(machine tools). 

Oliver W. Singleton, labor specialist 

Gerald M. Strauss, economist 

Richard S. Jessup, dep. controller 

Harold Kaplan, asst. chief of info, div — 
Robert Paul Sivard, visual info, officer -- 
Morris E. Paddick, dep. chief of food and 

agri. div. 
Lenore A. Epstein, reports and statistics 

officer. 
John W. Hoeveler, asst. chief of tech. 

assistance and productivity div. 
Michael Horton, info, specialist (press) - 
Malcolm D. Crawford, commodities 

specialist. 
John Tutle Perry, chief field investigator - 

Frances M. Miller, economist 

Julians. Stein, Jr., info, and ed. spe- 
cialist. 
Paul W. Douglas, act. dep. chief of 

mission. ' 

James L. Houghteling, Jr., economist -- 

Harold Lubell, economist 

Johns. Ward, Jr., industrial specialist - 
Alex Moore, Jr., requirements analyst 

(equipment). 
Herbert R. Banquer, reports analyst — 
Charles Denby-Wilkes, Jr., asst. field 

investigator. 
Frank P. Davidson, contracts analyst 

(materials). 
Arthur Vernon Diggle, labor info. 

specialist. 

Elizabeth S. Right, economist - --- 

Edward W. Tozer, asst. field investigator 

Jo W. Saxe, economist 

Sherwood G. Moe, economist 

Arthur A. Hartman, economist 

George J. Raab, asst. field investigator -- 
Ellis N. Brandt, info, and ed. specialist - 
Malcolm Hecht, Jr., industrial analyst -- 
Robert R. Arnold, asst. exec, officer — 
Howard R. Knight, asst. field investi- 
gator . 



Aug. 19, 
July 12, 


1951 
1948 


June 17, 
June 29, 


1948 
1948 


July 26, 
Apr. 5, 


1948 
1951 


June 19, 
Sept. 11, 
Aug. 18, 


1949 
1948 
1949 


Nov. 19, 


1950 


June 21, 

May 7, 


1949 
1949 


Sept. 19, 
June 18, 


1950 
1951 


July 23, 


1951 


July 23, 


1951 


July 23, 


1951 


Aug. 14, 


1951 


Oct. 17, 
Jan. 14, 
Sept. 27, 
Feb. 20, 


1951 
1950 
1950 
1950 


Feb. 21, 
July 8, 


1950 
1951 


July 9, 


1951 


Nov. 12, 


1950 


Jan. 22, 
Aug. 5, 


1951 
1951 


July 11, 
May 18, 
July 8, 


1948 
1949 
1951 


Nov. 18, 


1948 


Apr. 15, 
July 16, 
Aug. 17, 
Oct. 3, 


1951 
1951 
1951 
1948 


June 20, 
Oct. 17, 


1949 
1949 


July 23, 


1950 


June 27, 


1951 


May 9, 
Sept. 20, 
Aug. 9, 
Sept. 19, 
Oct. 5, 
Oct. 20, 
Mar. 1, 
Oct. 6, 
Feb. 28, 
June 2, 


1949 
1949 
1948 
1948 
1948 
1948 
1949 
1949 
1950 
1950 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 
Economic Cooperation Administration — Continued 



119 



Name and title 



Assig^nment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Salary 



FRANCE --Continued 

Kirk L. Burns, economist 

Charlotte B. Cook, statistician 

GREAT BRITAIN 

William L. Batt, chief of mission 

Richards. McCaffery, Jr., chief of of- 
fice of program review. 
W. Hamilton Walter, asst. chief of 

mission to UK. 
Herbert L. Merillat, econ. analyst 

(NATO). 
Edward S. Prentice, chief of projects 

and requirements control div. 
Joseph Simpson Evans, Jr., chief of 

info. div. 

Alexander A. Hart, Jr., controller 

George C. Heikes, chief of defense 

materials div. 
Erwin O. Anderson, overseas resources 

officer . 
Burton A. Baker, chief of equipment and 

methods div. 
Edwin R. Dibrell, special asst. 

(trade- promotion). 
Arthur J. Baker, machine tool specialist - 
Francis E. Rogers, chief of productivity 

and tech. cooperation div. 

Glenn R. Atkinson, att 

James Alan Lane, chief of industries and 

materials div. 
Abraham M. Sirkin, asst. chief of info. 

div. 
Kric Thompson Bradley, industrial 

specialist (aircraft). 
William S. Pier, special asst. to chief 

of mission. 

Frank Lamar King, exec, officer 

Emile Benoit-Smullyan, asst. dir. of 

research and statistics div. 
Preston Fairfax Marshall, commodity 

specialist. 

John S. Benz, chief statistician 

Malcolm W. Hogg, act. dep. chief -- — 
Herman V. Boley, commodity specialist - 
Rodney E. Willoughby, industrial spe- 
cialist (fuel and power). 
Parkin T. Sowden, industrial specialist - 

David J. Steinberg, economist 

Harry L. Turtledove, labor info, officer- 
Adolph Henry Warner, tech. 

assistance specialist. 
Ellis Atkinson, Jr. , industrial specialist- 
Charles L. Karr, Jr., industrial spe- 
cialist. 
Maynard B. Woodbury, field investigator- 
William R. Caldwell, overseas resources 

specialist. 

Ruth D. Wehle, info, specialist 

Robert W. Stevens, economist (int. 

finance). 

Stanley Schaub, field investigator 

Thurston B. Macauley, ed.-writer 

Richard J. Quirk, asst. to exec, officer - 
Robert J. Martin, industrial analyst 

GREECE 

Roger D. Lapham, chief of mission 

Paul A. Jenkins, dep. chief of mission — 
DeForest McCauley, constr. adviser — 



Oct. 20, 

Nov. 1, 



1950 
1948 



FSS-7 
FSS-8 



$ 5,907 
5,313 



Oct. 5, 
June 1, 


1950 
1948 


Nov. 7, 


1950 


Feb. 2, 


1950 


Sept.24, 


1948 


June 7 


1949 


Aug. 23, 
Sept. 16, 


1949 
1951 


Oct. 4 


1948 


Aug. 15 


1949 


Apr. 8 


1950 


Nov. 20 
Mar.29 


1950 
1950 


Nov. 28 
July 29 


1950 
1951 


Sept. 7 


1948 


May 13 


1951 


Sept. 15 


1950 


June 10 
Aug. 23 


1948 
1948 


Dec. 9 


1948 


May 2 
Mar .24 
May 1 
Nov. 17 


1949 
1950 
1951 
1949 


July 31 
Oct. 11 
May 13 
July 20 


1951 
1950 
1951 
1950 


July 31 
Aug. 1 


1951 
1951 


July 18 
May 13 


1950 
1951 


May 28 
Nov. 13 


1948 
1949 


Nov. 21 
June 22 
Jan. 15 
Jan. 2 


1949 
1951 
1949 
1950 



Oct. 26, 1950 
Aug. 30, 1948 
May 15, 1949 



FSR-2 — 


12, 550 


FSR-2 - 


12, 550 


FSR-2 -- 


11,850 


FSR-2 — 


11,500 


FSR-2 -- 


11, 500 


FSR-2 - 


11, 500 


FSR-2 — 


11, 500 


FSR-2 — 


11,150 


FSR-2 - 


11,150 


FSR-2 — 


11,150 


FSS-1 - 


11,130 


FSR-2 — 


11, 130 


FSR-2 — 


11,130 


FSR-2 — 


11,130 


FSR-3 — 


10, 030 


FSS-1 - 


9,950 


FSS-2 -- 


9,950 


FSS-2 -- 


9,710 


FSS-2 — 


9,710 


FSS-2 -- 


9,710 


FSS-2 — 


9,230 


FSS-2 — 


9,230 


FSS-2 — 


9,230 


FSS-3 — 


8,481 


FSS-3 - 


8,481 


FSS-4 — 


7,689 


FSS-4 — 


7,689 


FSS-6 — 


7,401 


FSS-5 — 


7,095 


FSS-5 — 


7,095 


FSS-6 - 


6,681 


FSS-6 — 


6,501 


FSS-7 - 


6,087 


FSS-7 — 


6,087 


FSS-7 — 


6,087 


FSS-7 -- 


6,087 


FSS-8 — 


5,493 


FSS-8 — 


5,313 


FSR-1 - 


13,600 


FSR-1 -- 


13,600 



i20 



FORKIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 1952 
Economic Cooperation Administration- -Continued 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Athens (M)--Continued-- 



GREECE - - Continued 

Cecil E. Calvert, dir. of industry and 

transportation div. 
Douglas A. Strachan, dir. of labor and 

manpower div. 
Russell P. Drake, dir. of civil govt, div- 
Brice M. Mace, Jr., dir. of food and 

agri. div. 
Frederick P. Keppel, dir. of finance and 

program div. 

Walton Seymour, power adviser 

John T. Hermansen, dep. dir. of finance 

div. 
Joseph ShoUenberger, milling specialist 

(cereals). 
Joel W. C. Harper, tax admin, spe- 
cialist. 
John C. Russell, exec. asst. to chief 

of mission. 
James D. Pope, research training and 

extension adviser. 

John O. Walker, dep. for govt, org 

Dowsley Clark, public relations officer -- 
Donald M. Marvin, statistical org. 

specialist. 
Robert L. Campbell, civil aviation 

specialist. 
Caldwell M. Watts, chief of mining 

branch. 
Eugene H. Vaughn, Jr., dep. constr. 

adviser. 
Emmet F. Hitch, chemical engineer 

(light). 

Robert Paige, program officer 

Roberts. Scull, processing specialist -- 
Clarence H. Kells, ports administrator 

for Piraeus. 

John O. Rees, budget specialist 

Walter E. Packard, agri. production 

specialist. 

Lawson Smith, highways adviser 

Edward C. Kennelly, dir. of legal div -- 
Francis M. Coray, dep. dir. of food and 

agri. div. 
Robert Ethridge, Jr., dep. dir. of 

transportation div. 
Stuart E. Norman, chief of industry 

branch. 

Charles T. White, controller 

Robert R. Johnson, civil ser. specialist - 
James P. Moody, special asst. (projects). 
George D. White, dep. dir. of field 

sers. section. 
William C. Wild, Jr. , chief of railroad 

section. 

Ralph Strang, industrial engineer 

Harolds. Tate, industrial engineer 

Robert E. L. Counts, constr. engineer -- 

Charles S. Stokes, welfare adviser 

Robert W. Hill, food supply specialist — 
Guy R. Richardson, aerial photo- 

topograph specialist. 
Harold F. Alderfer, local govt. org. 

specialist. 
James D. McPherson, mining engineer 

(ores). 
Charles M. Harris, reclamation engineer- 
Henry O. Eversole, Jr. , int. trade 

specialist. 

Leonard R. Linsenmayer, dep. dir 

George B. Roessing, public welfare 

adviser. 



Nov. 23 

July 1 

Nov. 24 
Mar. 16 

Nov. 18 

July 1 
July 1 

July 1 

Sept. 12 

July 17 

July 1 

Oct. 15 
Nov. 22 
Dec. 9 

Feb. 2 

Feb. 14 

May 1 

June 22 

July 1 
Dec. 13 
Oct. 25 

Nov. 13 
July 1 

May 1 
Oct. 9 
Jan. 24 

July 28 

Nov. 14 

Dec. 28 
Apr. 14 
Aug. 29 
July 1 

July 1 

July 17 
July 25 
Apr. 17 
July 1 
Oct. 14 
Apr. 26 

July 5 

Sept. 21 

Jan. 23 
July 1 

Feb. 12 
Mar. 4 



1949 

1948 

1948 
1949 

1949 

1950 
1948 

1948 

1948 

1949 

1948 

1948 
1948 
1948 

1949 

1949 

1949 

1949 

1948 
1948 
1949 

1949 
1948 

1949 
1949 
1950 

1950 

1950 

1950 
1951 
1949 
1948 

1948 

1950 
1951 
1949 
1948 
1948 
1950 

1950 

1950 

1949 
1948 

1949 
1949 



FSR-1 


$13 


FSR-2 --- 


12 


FSR-2 — - 
FSR-2 — 


12 
12 


FSR-2 -- 


12 


FSR-2 --- 
FSR-2 - — 


12 
11 


FSR-2 — 


11 


FSR-2 — - 


11 


FSR-2 --- 


11 


FSR-2 - — 


11 


FSR-2 - — 
FSR-2 --- 
FSR-2 --- 


11 
11 
11 


FSR-2 - — 


11 


FSR-2 — - 


11 


FSR-2 --- 


11 


FSR-2 --- 


11 


FSR-2 — 
FSR-2 — - 
FSR-2 — 


11 
11 
11 


FSR-2 --- 
FSS-1 -- 


11 
11 


FSS-1 --- 
FSR-2 - — 
FSR-2 — 


11 
11 
11 


FSR-2 — 


11 


FSR-2 --- 


11 


FSR-2 - — 
FSR-2 - — 
FSR-3 --- 
FSS-1 — - 


11 
11 
11 
10 


FSS-1 — 


10 


FSS-1 — 
FSS-1 --- 
FSR-3 --- 
FSS-1 -- 
FSS-1 -- 
FSS-1 — 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


FSS-1 -- 


10 


FSS-1 — 


10 


FSS-2 — 
FSS-1 - — 


10 
9 


FSS-1 — 
FSS-1 - — 


9 
9 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 
Economic Cooperation Administration- -Continued 



121 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Salary 



GREECE- -Continued 

Vunagun Shahpazian, ports adviser 

Charles Miller, procurement adviser — 
Edwin J. Barthen, asst. dir. of food and 

agri. div. 
John W. Withrow, atty. ; asst. gen. couns- 
Charles R. Jackson, transportation 

equipment specialist. 
Edmund Boyd Sutton, chief of road trans- 
portation section. 

William A. Underwood, couns 

Siuart C. Carlson, sales specialist 

Walter J. Murphy, special asst. (finance). 
H. Lee Landerman, agri. extension 

specialist. 
Trevor L. Christie, travel development 

adviser. 
Harold E. Miller, hydraulic engineer — 
Charles E. Yale, agri. extension spe- 
cialist. 

Michael H. B. Adler, field adviser 

Archie W. Johnston, field adviser 
(Macedonia) . 

William M. Tait, field adviser 

John P. Asher, field adviser (Rhodes) — 
Herbert Boone, labor program specialist- 
Charles A. Wright, field supervisor 

George B. Woods, field adviser (Crete) - 
Harry J. Doyle, vocational education 

specialist. 
Robert P. Speer, Sr., dep. dir. of info. 

div. 
Russell H. Gist, agri. extension specialist 
Layne Randell Beaty, agri. extension 

specialist. * 
Walter J. Quick, Jr., forest mgmt. 
specialist. 

George K. Hyslop, dep. controller 

Leo C. F. Conlon, industrial specialist - 
Joseph M. Cowden, agri. cooperative 

specialist. 
Biver E. Grant, tobacco production 

specialist. 
James W. Bradshaw, medical supply 

specialist. 
Constantine N. Tragakes, materials 

specialist. 
Gilbert F. Marick, asst. shipping spe- 
cialist. 

George I. Trett, loan analyst 

Arthur H. Kent, well drilling specialist - 
Charles D. Kent, well drilling specialist - 
Rachel Markwell, rural training special- 
ist. 

John E. Harbison, accountant 

Charles H. Lanius, pubs, specialist 

Orba F. Traylor, local tax specialist — 
Albert Koenig, chief of end-use investi- 
gation section. 
Marvin Klemme, range mgmt. specialist- 
John Paul Choplin, agri. extension field 

trainers. 
George W. Whitehurst, highway engineer- 
Ned G. Mason, food commodity analyst - 
Thomas P. Kenefick, chief of special 
investigation section. 

John Peter Gatsos, field rep 

Howard Franklin Harper, automotive ser. 
instr. 

William M. Awad, procurement asst 

WiUiam H. Carter, chief warehouse 
investigator. 



May 


1 


1949 


May 


22 


1949 


Aug. 


24 


1949 


Nov. 


16 


1949 


Sept. 


5, 


1951 


Oct. 


13, 


1951 


July 


I, 


1948 


May 


1, 


1949 


May 


9 


1949 


July 


1, 


1949 


Dec. 


30, 


1949 


June 


3 


1950 


Sept. 


19 


1950 


July 


1 


1948 


July 


1 


1948 


July 


1 


1948 


Jan. 


3 


1949 


July 


1 


1948 


Feb. 


27 


1949 


Sept. 


12 


1949 


Sept. 


26 


1949 


Mar. 


1 


1950 


Apr. 


9 


1950 


Jan. 


12 


1951 


Feb. 


19 


1951 


June 24 


1951 


July 


1 


1951 


Oct. 


2 


1951 


Nov. 


5 


1951 


July 


1 


1948 


Mar. 


26 


1949 


Apr. 


24 


1949 


Mar. 


26 


1950 


July 


11 


1949 


July 


11 


1949 


Feb. 


1 


1950 


Sept. 


25 


1950 


July 


20 


1949 


June 


9 


1950 


July 


19 


1950 


Jan. 


8 


1951 


Sept. 


2 


1951 


Sept. 


19 


1951 


Nov. 


11 


1951 


June 


19 


1950 


Feb. 


5 


1951 


May 


7 


1951 


July 


4 


1951 


Aug. 


7 


1951 



FSS-1 --- 


$ 9, 950 


FSS-1 -- 


9,950 


FSS-1 --- 


9,950 


FSS-1 --- 


9,950 


FSS-1 --- 


9,950 


FSS-1 -- 


9,950 


FSR-3 - — 


9,730 


FSS-2 --- 


9,470 


FSS-2 - — 


9,470 


FSS-2 - — 


9,470 


FSS-2 - — 


9,470 


FSS-2 --- 


9,470 


FSS-2 --- 


9,470 


FSR-3 - — 


9,430 


FSR-3 - — 


9,430 


FSR-3 --- 


9,430 


FSR-3 --- 


9,430 


FSS-2 --- 


9,230 


FSS-2 -- 


9,230 


FSS-2 - — 


9,230 


FSS-2 — 


9,230 


FSS-2 -- 


9,230 


FSS-2 -- 


9,230 


FSS-2 - — 


9,230 


FSS-2 -- 


9,230 


FSS-2 --- 


9,230 


FSS-2 -- 


9,230 


FSS-2 — 


9,230 


FSS-2 --- 


9,230 


FSS-3 --- 


9,210 


FSS-3 — 


8,961 


FSS-3 -- 


8,961 


FSS-3 --- 


8,961 


FSS-3 --- 


8,721 


FSS-3 --- 


8,721 


FSS-3 --- 


8,721 


FSS-3 --- 


8,721 


FSS-3 -- 


8,481 


FSS-3 -- 


8,481 


FSS-3 - — 


8,481 


FSS-3 -- 


8,481 


FSS-3 -- 


8,481 


FSS-3 — 


8,481 


FSS-3 — 


8,481 


FSS-4 --- 


7,689 


FSS-4 --- 


7,689 


FSS-4 --- 


7,689 


FSS-4 -- 


7,689 


FSS-4 — - 


7,689 



122 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 1952 
Economic Cooperation Administration- -Continued 



Post 



Athens (M)-- Continued 



Reykjavik (M) 



Dublin (M) 



Rome (M) 



Name and title 



Assigmnent 
to post 



Category 
and class 



GREECE- -Continued 

Anthony L. W. Wong, asst. medical 

supply officer. 
Edward W. Taylor, engineer (project 
control) . 

Richard E. Neyhard, admin, officer 

Robert C. Abbott, admin, officer 

Louis L. GiU, agri. statistician 

C. William Kontos, org. examiner 

Lois M. Oberhelman, home economist 

(home food supply), food and agri. div. 
Lawrence B. Myers, program analyst -- 

Paul J. Etzkorn, highway engineer 

John P. Maynard, project analyst 

William J. Tierney, fuel requirements 
analyst. 

Martin O' Farrell, info, specialist 

Cecil R. Harberson, reports analyst — 

Spiron J. Tentes, field investigator 

Joseph Liccardo, accountant (auditor) 
Robert E. McCoy, labor liaison officer — 
Gloria L. Avery, procurement control 

asst. 
Frances F. Stebbins, reports analyst — 
James C. Warren, Jr., econ. analyst — 
George S. Bogorad, econ. project analyst- 
Hubert Forrest FerreU, field insp 

Edith L. Verry, admin, asst 

Frederica M. Wassenberg, admin, asst - 

David E. Mazzocco, accountant 

Jack H. L. Thompson, warehouse inves- 
tigator . 
Russell D. Hemenway, field investigator - 
Claude L. Kennard, field investigator -- 
Paul B. Welles, warehouse investigator - 

GiUes De Leiris, field insp 

Donald A. McMasters, warehouse inves- 
tigator. 
Samuel J. Farrell, warehouse investiga- 
tor. 
Francis Joseph Prout, field insp 

ICELAND 

Edward B. Lawson, act. chief of 

mission. ^ 
Joseph A. Mendenhall, act. asst. chief 

of mission.^ 

John Gould, controller 

Robert Otis Brunner, industry, food and 
agri. officer 

IRELAND 



Albert J. Dexter, chief of mission — 
Harry Clement, dep. chief of mission 
Charles Cavanagh, Jr., controller — 



Oct. 


20 


1948 


Aug. 


13 


1949 


Oct. 


18 


1950 


Oct. 


28 


1951 


Nov. 


9 


1949 


Oct. 


1 


1949 


Nov. 


16 


1950 


July 


8 


1951 


Oct. 


16 


1951 


Sept 


24 


1948 


July 


1 


1948 


Aug. 


3 


1951 


Oct. 


16 


1949 


Dec. 


3 


1949 


Aug. 


28 


1950 


Oct. 


5 


1951 


July 


1 


1948 


Apr. 


22 


1949 


Aug. 


13 


1950 


Oct. 


16 


1950 


Aug. 


29 


1951 


Jan. 


12 


1949 


Oct. 


17 


1948 


Apr. 


13 


1951 


May 


21 


1951 


June 24 


1951 


June 24 


1951 


Aug. 


5 


1951 


Aug. 


19 


1951 


Sept 


2 


1951 


Oct. 


14 


1951 


Oct. 


18 


1951 



ITALY 

M. Leon Dayton, chief of mission 

Leland Barrows, dep. chief of mission 
William E. Corfitzen, reclamation 
specialist. 

Albert P. Battleman, controller 

Frank H. Gervasi, chief of info, div — 
Amicus Most, chief of industrial produc- 
tion section. 
Robert Morris, dep. chief of industrial 
productivity div. 



Sept. 18, 1949 

Nov. 14, 1949 

Sept. 20, 1950 
Sept. 24, 1951 



Jan. 20, 1951 
Oct. 29, 1950 
May 19, 1949 



July 1, 1948 
Dec. 20, 1950 
Oct. 12, 1948 

Jan. 22, 1950 
June 21, 1950 
Feb. 16, 1951 

May 11, 1951 



FSS-5 — 

FSS-5 --- 

FSS-5 — 
FSS-5 - — 
FSS-5 --- 
FSS-5 --- 
FSS-5 --- 

FSS-5 — 

FSS-5 — - 

FSS-6 --- 

FSS-6 — 

FSS-6 - — 

FSS-7 --- 

FSS-7 --- 

FSS-7 --- 

FSS-7 --- 

FSS-8 --- 

FSS-8 - — 

FSS-8 — - 

FSS-8 - — 

FSS-9 --- 

FSS-9 --- 

FSS-9 --- 

FSS-9 — 

FSS-9 — 

FSS-9 — - 
FSS-9 - — 
FSS-9 --- 
FSS-9 — - 
FSS-9 — - 

FSS-9 - — 

FSS-9 - — 



FSO-1 



FSS-6 

FSS-7 



FSR-1 
FSR-2 
FSR-3 



FSR-1 
FSR-2 

FSR-2 
FSR-2 
FSR-2 

FSR-2 



1 Accredited also as E. E. and M. P. 
^On loan from Department of State. 



to Iceland. 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 
Economic Cooperation Administration--Continaed 



123 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Salary 



ITALY- -Continued 

Wallace E. Myers, supply and require- 
ments specialist. 
Hermann. Granger, Jr., heavy metal 

engineer. 
Emil P. Kastien, production specialist -- 
Dominic J. Marcello, exec, officer 
William M. Shepard, divisional asst. 

(utilities and fuels). 
Guido Nadzo, divisional asst. (housingand 

public works). 
Gerald H. Huffman, extension sers. 

specialist. 

James Myers, Jr., dep. controller 

HoUis B. Chenery, econ. analyst 

Harry G. Backer, dep. chief 

Fred J. Desautel, production specialist - 

(light metals) . 
James H. Toughill, labor info. specialist- 
John W. Howard, asst. reclamation 

engineer. 
Louis J. Skinitzero, chief of tech. assist- 
ance section. 
Robert D. Ricciardi, liaison officer 
Harry L. Broglia, trade imion adviser -- 
Herbert Meinsen, industrial production 

specialist. 

Paul G. Clark, economist 

Philip W. Bishop, chief field investigator- 
Dorothy E. Williams, head of special 

projects section. 
Anne R. Friedman, financial analyst 
Clinton L. Doggett, asst. reports and 

statistics officer. 
Samuel Rosenberg, info, specialist 

(photo) . 
James G. Hennessy, chief of budget and 

fiscal section. 

Henry J. Costanzo, economist 

John W Mowinckel, info, and ed. spe- 
cialist. 
Donald H. McClelland, economist (int. 

finance) . 
Brindley J. MiUs, asst. exec, officer -- 
Williams Benjamin Paxson, Jr., 

economist. 
Margaret W. O'Neill, info, specialist 

(radio and films) . 
Walter B. Doyle, special project asst — 
Hepburn T. Armstrong, trade analyst — 

Alice Greer, personnel asst 

Helen Theresa Callahan, admin, asst. 

(office of chief) . 
P. Victor Morgan, Jr., tech. assistance 

analyst. 

LUXEMBOURG 



See Belgium for personnel accredited to Luxembourg. 
NETHERLANDS 



Clarence E. Hunter, chief of mission 
Richard P. Aikin, asst. to chief of 

mission. 
Henry M. Laws, tech. asst. and pro- 
ductivity officer. 

David Mayer, industry officer 

John H. Berryhill, industry officer - 
Shepard J. Hollander, controller 
Charles P. Fossum, food and agri. 
officer. 



June 22, 


1949 


FSS-1 


Aug. 


20, 


1951 


FSS-1 


Oct. 

Aug. 
Aug. 


21, 
24, 
24, 


1951 
1948 
1949 


FSS-1 
FSR-3 
FSR-3 


Jan. 


10, 


1949 


FSS-2 


Nov. 


1, 


1949 


FSR-3 


Nov. 
Nov. 
June 
July 


7, 
17, 

1, 

9, 


1949 
1950 
1951 
1951 


FSS-2 
FSS-2 
FSS-2 
FSS-2 


Oct. 
Oct. 


10, 
15, 


1948 
1949 


FSS-3 
FSS-3 


Apr. 


12, 


1950 


FSS-3 


July 
Sept. 
Oct. 


1, 
25, 
21, 


1948 
1949 
1951 


FSS-3 
FSS-3 
FSS-3 


Sept. 

Oct. 

Aug. 


3, 
23, 
23, 


1951 
1950 
1951 


FSS-4 
FSS-4 
FSS-4 


Apr. 
Oct. 


11, 

25, 


1950 
1948 


FSS-5 
FSS-5 


July 


18, 


1950 


FSS-5 


Sept 


26, 


1949 


FSS-5 


Dec. 
Jan. 


1, 

8, 


1949 
1950 


FSS-5 
FSS-5 


Oct. 


5, 


1950 


FSS-5 


Aug. 
Dec. 


26, 
19, 


1948 
1948 


FSS-6 
FSS-6 


Mar 


12 


1951 


FSS-6 


Sept 
Aug. 
Aug. 
July 


2 

5 

7 
1 


1951 
1951 
1949 
1948 


FSS-6 
FSS-7 
FSS-8 
FSS-9 


Aug. 


19 


1951 


FSS-9 



June 


10, 


1949 


Aug. 


10, 


1948 


May 


11 


1951 


Oct. 


13, 


1948 


Sept 


20, 


1951 


Jan. 


3, 


1949 


Nov. 


30, 


1950 



FSR-2 -- 

FSR-2 - 

FSR-2 -- 
FSS-1 -- 
FSR-2 -- 
FSR-2 -- 



9,950 

9,950 

9,950 
9,730 
9,730 

9,470 

9,430 

9,230 
9,230 
9,230 
9,230 

8,961 
8,721 

8,721 

8,481 
8,481 
8,481 

8,409 
7,929 
7,929 

7,875 
7,455 

7,455 

7,275 

7,095 
7,095 

7,095 

6,681 
6,681 

6,681 

6,501 
5,907 
5,493 
4,899 

4,719 



12,700 

11,850 

11,150 
11,130 
11,130 
11, X30 



1 



124 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 1952 
Economic Cooperation Administration- -Continued 



Post 



The Hague (M) --Continued- 



Oslo (M) 



Lisbon (M) 



Stockholm (M) 



Bern (M) 



Trieste (M) 



Ankara (M) 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



NETHERLANDS--Continued 

Lee R. Smith, labor officer 

Ralph K. Kilbon, info, officer 

Herman Kleine, finance officer 

Elbert B. Harvey, program review officer 
Donala F. McGonigal, admin, officer — 
Thomas A. Caldwell, Jr., asst. to the 

controller. 
William Harry Hornby, labor info. 

specialist. 
Marjorie Rose Martus, tech. asst. 

specialist. 
Henry W. Salisbury, Jr. , asst. field 

investigator. 
Ragnar L. Arnesen, Jr., industrial 

analyst. 

NORWAY 

John E. Gross, chief of mission 

Warren W. Wiggins, program officer — 

Harald Flaata, industry officer 

Torleif C. Torland, info, officer 

Marlin F. Haas, controller 

Robert K. Candlin, exec, officer 

Harry L. Wilsey, trade and payments 

officer. 
Emmett Wallace, asst. industry officer - 
Carl B. Strandberg, field investigator 
Mark W. Leiserson, economist 

PORTUGAL 



Oct. 17, 1948 
Oct. 18, 1950 
Oct. 10, 1949 
Mar. 19, 1950 
July 19, 1948 
Oct. 24, 1949 

Aug. 1, 1951 

Feb. 14, 1949 

July 1, 1950 

July 8, 1951 



FSR-3 
FSS-1 
FSS-3 
FSS-3 
FSS-4 
FSS-4 

FSS-5 

FSS-8 

FSS-9 

FSS-9 



James Minotto, chief of mission 

Joseph Smart, dep. chief of mission 
Hubert M. Curry, tech. assistance 

officer. 
Charles D. Hyson, special asst. to the 

chief. 

Donald C. Devlin, controller 

Paul R. Miller, agri. expert 

Richard A. Hill, exec, officer 

Patrick F. Reiss, econ. asst 



Oct. 17, 
May 23. 
Nov. 12, 
Apr. 12, 
Sept. 18, 
July 23, 
Feb. 11, 

Nov. 2, 
June 3, 
July 22, 



Apr. 
May 
Apr. 

July 

Aug. 
Oct. 
Nov. 
July 



1948 
1949 
1950 
1950 
1950 
1950 
1950 

1949 
1951 
1951 



23, 


1951 


27, 


1951 


16, 


1950 


23, 


1950 


5, 


1951 


15, 


1951 


26, 


1950 


3, 


1950 



FSS-1 
FSS-1 
FSS-2 
FSS-2 
FSS-3 
FSS-3 

FSS-5 
FSS-7 
FSS-8 



FSR-1 — 
FSR-2 — 
FSR-3 --- 

FSS-1 -- 

FSS-1 - — 
FSS-1 - — 
FSS-5 - — 
FSS-9 — 



SWEDEN 



, chief of mission 

Lloyd K. Larson, industry officer 

SWITZERLAND 

Lloyd Jonnes, Jr., economist 



TRIESTE, FREE TERRITORY OF 

Robert E. Galloway, chief of mission - 
Albert H. Merz, controller 



TURKEY 



Russell H. Dorr, chief of mission 

Orren R. McJunkins, dep. chief of 

mission. 
Henry W. Wiens, program review officer 
Elmer A. Starch, chief of agri. advisory 

group. 
Martin P. Hansmeier, adviser on con- 
servation (food and agri. div.). 
Harry G. Gould, extension methods 

adviser. 
Burl Winchester, livestock adviser 
Ralph E. Ward, adviser on farm mgmt -- 



I Mar. 13, 1950 



I July 29, 1949 



Oct. 5, 1948 
Feb. 16, 1949 



Oct. 7, 1948 
June 5, 1949 

Nov. 5, 1948 
Mar. 9, 1950 

Mar. 10, 1950 

Mar. 11, 1950 

Mar. 12, 1950 
June 10, 1950 



FSR-2 - — 



FSS-7 — 



FSR-1 
FSS-1 



FSR-1 

FSR-2 
FSR-2 

FSS-1 

FSS-1 

FSS-1 
FSS-1 



ost 



Continued 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 
Economic Cooperation Administration- -Continued 



125 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Salary 



TURKE Y- -Continued 

Hugh K. Richwine, food and agri. officer- 
Frederick G. Draper, tech. assistance 
officer. 

Thomas Flanagan, info, officer 

Alonzo Englebert Taylor, industrial 

analyst. 
Flavius C. Wood, Jr., mining engineer - 

Stanley A. McKay, exec, officer 

Clifton H. Day, controller 

Gideon Hadary, agri. economist 

John Habberton, special asst 

Josef J. Svoboda, trade specialist 

Lawrence J. Hall, asst. info, officer — 
Carl Milton Forsberg, irrigation spe- 
cialist asst. 
Dewain L. Delp, tech. assistance spe- 
cialist. 
Merton V. Lindquist, statistical sampling 

expert. 
Alton G. Levorson, farm machinery 

expert. 
William A. Chevoor, chief field investi- 
gator. 
Daniel Webster Start, reports and 
statistics officer. 

Leo A. Arel, asst. exec, officer 

Luella Eldridge, admin, asst 

Patrick Joseph Wagner, gen. sers. officer 

YUGOSLAVIA 

Earle G. Flohr, industrial economist — 

Morris Chase, controller 

John E. McGowan, info, officer 

Robert J. Hockstetler, industrial economist 
George D. Lannan, admin, accountant — 
Lester Jack Gottlieb, field observer — 
Charles H. HarkLns, field observer — 



May 19, 


1949 


FSS-1 -- 


$ 9, 950 


Mar. 30, 


1950 


FSS-1 --- 


9,950 


June 20, 


1950 


FSS-1 --- 


9,950 


Dec. 8, 


1950 


FSS-1 --- 


9,950 


Apr. 2, 


1951 


FSS-1 --- 


9,950 


Mar. 22, 


1950 


FSS-2 --- 


9,950 


Oct. 2, 


1949 


FSR-3 --- 


9,430 


Aug. 1, 


1951 


FSS-2 --- 


9,230 


July 18, 


1951 


FSS-3 -- 


8,481 


Aug. 24, 


1950 


FSS-4 -- 


7,689 


Nov. 5, 


1950 


FSS-4 --- 


7,689 


June 22, 


1951 


FSS-4 -- 


7,689 


July 10, 


1950 


FSS-5 --- 


7,635 


Jan. 20, 


1950 


FSS-5 --- 


7,275 


Feb. 5, 


1950 


FSS-5 --- 


7,275 


Mar. 25, 


1950 


FSS-5 --- 


7,095 


Sept. 30, 


1951 


FSS-5 --- 


7,095 


June 30, 


1951 


FSS-6 — - 


6,501 


Sept. 25, 


1950 


FSS-9 --- 


4,719 


Sept. 24, 


1951 


FSS-9 --- 


4,719 



July 8, 1951 
Oct. 28, 1951 
Sept. 2, 1951 

June 22, 1951 
June 21, 1951 
June 22, 1951 



FSS-2 
FSS-1 
FSS-2 
FSS-2 
FSS-6 
FSS-9 
FSS-9 



10,250 
10, 250 
9,230 
9,230 
6,681 
4,719 
4,719 



126 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 1952 
Economic Cooperation Administration- -Continued 



Post 



Rangoon (M) 



Taipei (M)^ 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



BURMA, UNION OF 

Abbot L. Moffat, chief of mission 

Frank N. Trager, dep. chief of mission 

George St. Louis, program operations officer. 

William J. Green, agri. officer 

Roger C. Thorpe, finance and trade officer - 

George L. Reed, housing dir 

John H. Tallman, controller 

Gerald F. Winfield, audio visual specialist -- 

Otto K. Hunerwadel, agri. adviser 

John W. Beckwith, exec, officer 

Isom Deshotels, asst. agri. officer 

Ralph K. Eyster, program operations officer- 
George M. Harris, exec. asst. to public 

health officer. 

Eugene Phillips, asst. info, officer 

James A. Robinson, livestock specialist — 

William R. Dalton, admin, officer 

Richard Morse, special asst. to chief of 

mission. 
Michael R. Horan, accounting field observer- 
Robert Crauder, accounting asst 

CHINA 

Raymond T. Moyer, chief of mission 

John Nason, dep. chief of mission 

John E. Baker, commr 

John Sumner, econ. adviser 

George E. Seitz, controller 

Alden G. Smith, chief of program operations- 
Ellis Powell, industry officer 

William H. Fippin, chief of farmers org. div- 

James Monroe, tax adviser 

William Sponsler, budget adviser 

Roland D. Smith, banking specialist 

Paul Zehngraff, forester 

George Gurow, legal officer 

Russell Bender, exec, officer 

W. C. Rappleye, public info, officer 

James E. Auburn, commodity distribution 

officer. 
Thomas R. Smith, chief of irrigation div 

Harry Mangerich, tax specialist 

James A. Himter, chief of animal industry 

div. 

Ralph Gleason, chief of fertilizer div 

Marjorie Ravenholt, info, officer 

Lucille Reynolds, home improvement 

specialist. 
William Davis, asst. requirements officer -- 

Austin Menzies, reports officer 

Maldwyn Bebb, supply officer 

Leone Doane, medical supply officer 

Robert Weadock, field investigator 

James L. Burke, admin, asst 

Robert Kerchen, financial analyst 



Aug. 


7, 


1950 




Sept 


19, 


1951 


FSR-1 


Nov. 


12, 


1950 


FSS-1 


Aug. 


3, 


1950 


FSS-1 


Oct. 


8, 


1950 


FSS-1 


May 


9, 


1951 


FSS-1 


July 


23, 


1951 


FSS-1 


Jan. 


24, 


1951 


FSS-2 


Apr. 


30, 


1951 


FSS-2 


May 


23, 


1951 


FSS-2 


July 


21, 


1951 


FSS-2 


Sept 


16, 


1951 


FSS-2 


Apr. 


16, 


1951 


FSS-3 


May 


13, 


1951 


FSS-3 


June 


7, 


1951 


FSS-3 


May 


7, 


1951 


FSS-5 


Dec. 


20, 


1950 


FSS-7 


Oct. 


15, 


1950 


FSS-7 


June 


18, 


1951 


FSS-9 



Sept. 20 
June 5 
Sept. 19 
July 13 
Nov. 7 
Mar. 12 
Nov. 10 
Feb. 4 
June 2 
July 9 
Sept. 15 
Jan. 17. 
Apr. 1 
Nov. 6 
Nov. 1 
Jan. 21 

June 7 
Sept. 3 
Dec. 12 

Jan. 21 
Feb. 18 
Aug. 6 

Sept. 5 
Apr. 8 
Aug. 20 
May 1 
June 14 
Sept. 2 
July 9 



1948 
1951 
1948 
1951 
1950 
1951 
1950 
1951 
1951 
1951 
1951 

1951 
1951 
1950 
1950 
1951 

1951 
1951 
1947 

1951 
1951 
1951 

1951 
1951 
1948 
1948 
1951 
1951 
1951 



FSR-1 
FSR-1 
FSR-1 
FSS-1 
FSS-1 
FSS-1 
FSS-1 
FSS-1 
FSS-1 
FSS-1 
FSS-2 
FSS-2 
FSS-2 
FSS-2 
FSS-2 

FSS-2 
FSS-2 
FSS-3 

FSS-3 
FSS-3 
FSS-3 

FSS-3 
FSS-4 
FSS-4 
FSS-5 
FSS-5 
FSS-5 
FSS-6 



GERMANY 

For officers on duty at Frankfort on the Main, see pp. 28-30. 

INDONESIA 



Djakarta (M) 

^ With Joint Committee on Rural Reconstruction 



Samuel P. Hayes, Jr., chief of mission 

William I. Lightfoot, special asst. to the chief- 



July 3, 1951 
Feb. 18, 1951 



FSS-1 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 
Economic Cooperation Administration- -Continued 



127 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



INDONESIA- - Continued 

Howry H. Warner, agri. officer 

Nels Anderson, industry officer 

William H. Stubbs, controller 

John B. Wilson, info.officer 

Everett D. Hawkins, program planning 
officer. 

Edward Waldee, asst. agri. officer 

Ernest Kroner, requirements officer 

Chester A. Woolai-d, agri. economist 

Lawrence Doran, agri. specialist 

Frank Firth, fisheries specialist 

Robert L. Green, agri. engineer 

William Peer, act. labor officer 

Ray K. Petersen, agronomist 

Philip George, audio-visual expert 

Erwin Young, field observer 

Robert Jackson, hybrid corn breeder 

Gordon LeRoy Johnson, admin, asst 

Jorge A. Madamba, rice breeder 

Guy A. Wiggins, program planning asst 

Ann Cunningham, accounting asst 

PHILIPPINES, REPUBLIC OF THE 

Roland Renne, chief of mission 

Valery Burati, dir. of labor div 

Edward J. Bell, dir. of agri. aiv 

Orville J. McDiarmid, dir 

Denny F. Scott, legal counsel 

Clarence R. Eskildsen, program coordination 

officer. 
Stanley P. Richardson, public relations 

officer. 
Mark Williamson, asst. dir. of agri. div 

Winthrop Travell, controller 

Kurt Nathan, econ. adviser 

Milton C. Cummings, land settlement 

specialist. 

Melville Monk, gen. tax adviser 

Edward Milans, import control specialist — 

Addison R. Ketchum, civil engineer 

Frank Cordner, low-cost housing consultant - 
L. G. Morrell, strategic minerals survey 

adviser. 

George S. McKibbin, admin, officer 

Robert B. Curtis, dep. controller 

Foster Knight, customs specialist 

Ronald D. Stevenson, minimum wage cons 
Winslow L. Gooch, asst. forest mgmt. 

specialist. 
Handle H. Powley, requirements officer 

Clement Orrben, soil conservationist 

Clarence O. Saylor, govt, procurement 

specialist. 

Robert S. Hardie, land tenure specialist 

Paul A. Gantt, animal breeding specialist -- 

Harry W. Marsh, civil ser. specialist 

Hendrick Machoian, tax enforcement adviser- 
John L. Cooper, farm and rural credit spe- 
cialist. 
Robert McMillan, asst. rural sociologist 
A. J. Foy Cross, asst. info, officer (media)- 
August F. Albers, internal distribution 

adviser. 

Joseph J. Barghahn, program analyst 

Andrew J. Bellotti, gen. sers. officer 



Aug. 1, 


1950 


FSS-1 


Oct. 31, 


1950 


FSS-1 


June 25, 


1950 


FSS-1 


July 9, 


1951 


FSS-1 


Aug. 6, 


1951 


FSS-1 


Feb. 12, 


1951 


FSS-2 


May 18, 


1951 


FSS-2 


Apr. 15, 


1951 


FSS-2 


Feb. 5, 


1951 


FSS-2 


Apr. 4, 


1951 


FSS-2 


July 8, 


1951 


FSS-2 


Aug. 18, 


1951 


FSS-2 


Apr. 26, 


1951 


FSS-3 


May 4, 


1951 


FSS-3 


Oct. 5, 


1950 


FSS-5 


June 24, 


1951 


FSS-5 


June 10, 


1951 


FSS-6 


June 22, 


1951 


FSS-6 


July 7, 


1951 


FSS-6 


Oct. 5, 


1950 


FSS-9 



June 28 


1951 


July 29 


1951 


Aug. 11 


1951 


Sept. 4 


1951 


Feb. 18 


1951 


Mar. 4 


1951 


Mar. 15 


1951 


May 12 


1951 


June 1 


1951 


Dec. 26 


1950 


June 11 


1951 


Jan. 8 


1951 


June 21 


1951 


June 24 


1951 


July 25 


1951 


Sept. 4 


1951 


Dec. 26 


1950 


May 7 


1951 


Mar. 18 


1951 


June 7 


1951 


June 15 


1951 


June 15 


1951 


June 25 


1951 


June 25 


1951 


July 11 


1951 


July 22 


1951 


July 30 


1951 


Aug. 13 


1951 


Aug. 20 


1951 


Sept. 4 


1951 


Sept. 17 


1951 


Sept. 24 


1951 


Apr. 23 


1951 


Mar. 18 


1951 



FSR-1 
FSR-1 
FSR-1 
FSS-1 
FSS-1 

FSS-1 

FSS-1 
FSS-1 
FSS-1 
FSS-1 

FSS-1 
FSS-1 
FSS-1 
FSS-1 
FSS-1 

FSS-2 
FSS-2 
FSS-2 
FSS-2 
FSS-2 

FSS-2 
FSS-2 
FSS-2 

FSS-2 
FSS-2 
FSS-2 
FSS-2 
FSS-2 

FSS-2 
FSS-2 
FSS-2 

FSS-3 
FSS-3 



128 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 1952 
Economic Cooperation Administration- -Continued 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
ana class 



Manila (M)-- 
Continued. 



Bangkok (M) 



Tokyo (M) 



Hong Kong 



PHILIPPINES, REPUBLIC OF THE— Continued 



William Lawson, home worker problems 

adviser. 
W. T. Ekstrand, excise tax collection 

specialist. 
James P. Emerson, agri. info, specialist 
Ronald Macomber, sanitary engineer 
Roy Lee Allen, requirements specialist -- 

Doris Bebb, exec, asst 

Stanley High, vocational training specialist 
John H. Risley, handicraft technician 
Domlnus Davis, info, asst 



Saigon (M) 



THAILAND 

Austin F. Flegal, Jr., chief of mission 

Joseph L. Brent, dep. chief of mission 

Robert Weber, program planning officer 

Oliver P. Riker, minerals adviser 

Henry N. Cooper, controller 

K. A. Ryerson, agri. officer 

Anthony Bisgoou, inuustry officer 

Herberts. Thomson, Jr., exec, officer — 

Archie Robertson, act. info, officer 

Dewey T. Jones, supply officer 

Richard Pringle, agri. economist 

Carl Leveau, fisheries and boat specialist 

Stanley Phillippi, irrigation specialist 

Robert Burton, agri. production specialist - 

Rene Guillou, agri. engineer 

John Creighton, entomologist 

Joseph Brown, animal disease specialist 
William E. Harris, exec. asst. to health 
officer. 

Flournoy H. Coles, Jr., economist 

Robert Munyon, farm supt. and business 
mgr. 

Howard Ream, field crop specialist 

William E. Bembower, asst. agri. produc- 
tion specialist. 

Harry L. Harting, fielo investigator 

Delmas Fulcher, admin, officer 

William M. Kirkpatrick, farm equipment shop 
foreman. 

Joseph R. Thysell, asst. plant breeder 

Mabel Wright, librarian 

Antone J. Olejniczak, program accountant -- 
Darwin D. Solomon, rice production asst 
Theodore Plaister, livestock production asst- 

Erwin R. Brooks, rice production asst 

Arnold Amerman, accounting asst 

Karl J. Schneider, field admin, asst 

TOKYO FIELD OFFICE 

George L. Artamonoff, dir. of office 

Allan Loren, econ. adviser 

Russell R. Lord, industrial specialist 

Leo A. Flynn, end-use observer 

Charles N. Martin, end-use observer 

James S. Mewhinney, Jr., aamin. officer -- 
Arthur Williams, aamin. asst 

VIETNAM, STATE OF 

David Williamson, chief of mission 

Leo Hochstetter, info, officer 



July 


30, 


1951 


FSS-3 


Sept. 


4, 


1951 


FSS-3 


Sept. 


17, 


1951 


FSS-3 


Aug. 


22, 


1951 


FSS-4 


Feb. 


21, 


1951 


FSS-5 


Feb. 


4, 


1951 


FSS-6 


Aug. 


19, 


1951 


FSS-6 


July 


2, 


1951 


FSS-7 


Aug. 


19, 


1951 


FSS-7 



May 16 


1951 


Sept. 27 


1950 


June 19 


1951 


Sept. 21 


1950 


Aug. 27 


1950 


Oct. 15 


1950 


Oct. 3 


1950 


Feb. 25 


1950 


Dec. 7 


1950 


Jan. 21 


1951 


Mar. 25 


1951 


Apr. 15 


1951 


Apr. 15 


1951 


May 10 


1951 


June 21 


1951 


July 6 


1951 


Sept. 2 


1951 


Feb. 8 


1951 


June 22 


1951 


May 13 


1951 


June 25 


1951 


Sept. 3 


1951 


Oct. 22 


1950 


July 8 


1951 


July 21 


1951 


Aug. 19 


ld51 


Mar. 18 


1951 


Mar. 25 


1951 


May 13 


1951 


May 13 


1951 


Sept. 3 


1951 


Sept. 14 


1950 


May 8 


1951 



FSR-] 
FSS-1 
FSS-1 



FSS- 

FSS- 

FSS- 

FSS- 

FSS- 

FSS- 

FSS- 

FSS- 

FSS-2 

FSS-2 

FSS-2 

FSS-2 

FSS-2 

FSS-3 

FSS-3 
FSS-3 

FSS-3 
FSS-4 

FSS-5 
FSS-5 
FSS-6 

FSS-6 
FSS-8 
FSS-8 
FSS-8 
FSS-8 
FSS-8 
FS3-9 
FSS-9 



July 21, 
July 1, 
Aug. 5, 
July 1, 
July 1, 


1951 
1951 
1951 
1951 
1951 


FSR-1 
FSR-1 

FSS-2 
FSS-5 
FSS-6 


Apr. 26, 
June 11, 


1951 
1951 


FSS-3 
FSS-6 


Aug. 31, 
June 27, 


1951 
1950 


FSS-1 



Continued 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 
Economic Cooperation Administration- -Continued 



129 



Name and title 



VIETNAM, SI ATE OF- -Continued 

Harold Schwartz, agri. officer 
Cornelius W. O'Leary, chief of industry 
and public works office. 

Paul H. Allen, asst. agri. officer 

John W. Patton, veterinary officer 

Kurt F'alk, requirements officer 

Henry Trepagnier, exec, officer 

Henry M. Pascal, audio-visual specialist 

John W. Donovan, radio officer 

Herman Joe Holiday, relief officer 

Leslie Boyd, field observer 

Byron H. C. Ross, field investigator 

Charles Mann, asst. requirements officer 

A. Kelly Shelton, admin, asst 

John L. Hedges, asst. info, officer • 

Francis X. Gordon, program observer — 

Edna M. Miencier, accounting asst 

Mary O. Jackson, admin, asst 

Robert Lee Williams, admin, asst 

Elsie Voigt, accounting asst 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



AuR. 


29, 


1950 


FSS-1 


Sept. 


14, 


1951 


FSS-1 


Mar. 


19, 


1951 


FSS-2 


Mar. 


9, 


1951 


FSS-2 


Apr. 


2, 


1951 


FSS-2 


May 


17, 


1950 


FSS-3 


Aug. 


1, 


1950 


FSS-3 


Jan. 


2, 


1951 


FSS-3 


Jan. 


15, 


1951 


FSS-3 


June 


2, 


1950 


FSS-4 


June 


2, 


1950 


FSS-5 


Apr. 


15, 


1951 


FSS-5 


Aug. 


5, 


1951 


FSS-5 


Nov. 


6, 


1950 


FSS-6 


June 


18, 


1951 


FSS-8 


Mar 


5, 


1951 


FSS-9 


Dec. 


24, 


1950 


FSS-9 


Apr. 


19, 


1951 


FSS-9 


May 


26, 


1951 


FSS-9 



•*! 



DESCRIPTION OF CONSULAR DISTRICTS 
contains only those countries in which the consular districts have been definitely delimited. 1 

BOLIVIA 



AFGHANISTAN 
uiistan. 

ARGENTINA 
ntina. 



AUSTRALIA 

ith Australia 

(f South Australia and the Northern 



leensland 

)f Queensland, Norfolk Island, the Terri- 
)ua, and the trust territories: Nauru 
rritory of New Guinea. 

V^ictoria 

jf Victoria, and Tasmania. 

Brn Australia 

of Western Australia. 

■ South Wales 

apital Territory and New South Wales. 

lUM AND BELGIAN CONGO AND 
ADJACENT TERRITORY 

(Belgium) 

jices of Antwerp, East Flanders, West 
and Limburg. 



Inces of Brabant, Hainaut, Luxembourg 
, Namur, and Liege (including the 
erman territories denominated Eupen- 

L 

(Africa) 

le, Belgian Congo 
nces of Kasai (Lusambo), Katanga 
ville), and Kivu (Costermansville), and 
Territory of Ruanda-Urundi. 

, Belgian Congo 

jices of Leopoldville, L'Equateur 
rville), and Orientale (Stanleyville); 
luatorial Africa (comprising Chad, Gabon, 
lari, and Middle Congo); and Cameroons 
ritory under French administration). 



La Paz, La Paz 
All of Bolivia. 



BRAZIL 



Belem, Para 

The States of Amazonas, Maranhao, and Para, 
and the territories of Acre, Amapa, Guapore', and 
Rio Branco. 

Fortaleza, Ceara 

The States of Ceara and Piaui. 

Porto Alegre, Rio Grande do Sul 
The State of Rio Grande do Sul. 

Recife, Pernambuco ^ 

The States of Alagoas, Paraiba, Pernambuco, and 
Rio Grande do Norte, and the island of Fernando 
de Noronha. 

Rio de Janeiro, Distrito Federal 

The States of Rio de Janeiro and Minas Gerais and 

the Federal District. 

Vitoria (consulate): The State of Espirito Santo. 

Salvador, Bahia 

The States of Bahia and Sergipe. 

Santos, Sao Paulo 

The port and municipality of Santos and the munici 
pality of Sao Vicente in the State of Sao Paulo. 

Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo 

The State of Sao Paulo, excepting the port and 
municipality of Santos and the municipality of Sao 
Vicente, and the States of Parana, Mato Grosso, 
Goias, and Santa Catarina. 



BURMA, UNION OF 



Rangoon 

All of Burma. 



CAMBODIA, KINGDOM OF 



Phnom Penh 

All of Cambodia. 



CEYLON 



Colombo 

All of Ceylon and the Maldive Islands. 



131 



132 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 1952 



CHILE 

Antofagasta 

The Provinces of Antofagasta and Atacama. 

Santiago 

The Provinces of Arauco, Aysen, Bio-Bio, Cautin, 
Chiloe, Colchagua, Concepcidn, Curico, Lijiares, 
Llanquihue, Magallanes, Malleco, Maule, Nuble, 
O'Higgins, Osorno, Santiago, Talca, Tarapaca, and 
Valdivia. 

Valparaiso 

The Provinces of Aconcagua, Coquimbo, and Val- 
paraiso, together with Easter Island and Juan 
Fernandez Islands. 



CHINA 

Taipei, Taiwan (Formosa) 

All of Taiwan (Formosa) and the Pescadores. 



COLOMBIA 

Barranquilla 

The Departments of Atlantico, Bolivar, Magdalena, 
Santander, Santander del Norte, the Comisaria of 
Goajira, and the Intendencia of San Andres y Provi- 
dencia (islands in the Caribbean). 

Bogota' 

The Departments of Boyaca, Cundinamarca, Tolima, 
and Huila; that portion of the Department of Caldas 
lying to the east of the Cauca River basin; the 
Comisari'as of Arauca, Vichada, Vaupes, Caqueta, 
Putumayo, and Amazonas; and the Intendencia of 
Meta. 

Call 

The Departments of Valle, Cauca, and Narino, that 
portion of the Intendencia of Choco lying south of a 
line drawn directly eastward from El Valle (in- 
cluded) to the Atrato River; and that portion of the 
Department of Caldas lying in the Cauca River 
basin. 

Medellin 

The Department of Antioquia and that portion of the 
Intendencia of Chocd lying north of a line drawn 
directly eastward from El Valle (excluded) to the 
Atrato River. 



COSTA RICA 



San Jose 

All of Costa Rica. 



CUBA 



Habana 
The Provinces of Camagiiey, Habana (which includes 
Isla de Pinos or Isle of Pines), Matanzas, Pinar 
del Rio, and Santa Clara. 

Santiago de Cuba 

The Province of Oriente. 



CZECHOSLOVAKIA 



Praha 
All of Czechoslovakia. 



DENMARK 

Copenhagen 

All of Denmark except Greenland. 

Godthaab, Greenland 
All of Greenland. 

DOMINICAN REPUBLIC 

Ciudad Trujillo 

All of the Dominican Republic. 



ECUADOR 

Guayaquil 

The Provinces of Azuay, Caiiar, El Oro, 
Esmeraldas, Guayas, Loja, Los Ri'os, Manabi', anj 
the territory of Archipielago de Colon (Galapagos 
Islands), and Ecuadoran territory east of the 
Provinces Azuay and Loja. 

Quito 

The Provinces of Bolivar, Carchi, Chimborazo, 
Cotopaxi, Imbabura f*ichincha, Tungurahua, and 
the Ecuadoran territory east of these provinces. 



EGYPT 



and I 



Alexandria 

The Governorates of Alexandria and Damietta, 
the six Provinces (Mudirias) of Lower Egypt 
(Behera, Daqahlia, Gharbia, Menufia, Qaliubia, 
and Sharqia). 



Cairo 

The Governorate of Cairo; the eight Provinces 
(Mudirias) of Upper Egypt (Asyut, Aswan, Beni 
Suef, Fayum, Girga, Giza, Minia, and Qena); the 
Frontier Districts (Eastern Desert, the Egyptian 
Libyan Desert, Dakhla and Khar ga Oases, etc.) 
except the peninsula of Sinai; and (informally) the 
Anglo-Egyptian Sudan. 

Port Said 

In Egypt, the Governorates of the Canal and of Suez 
and the peninsula of Sinai. 



EL SALVADOR 



San Salvador 

All of El Salvador. 



Asmara 

All of Eritrea. 



ERITREA = 



ETHIOPIA 

Addis Ababa 
All of Ethiopia, French Somali Coast, and Italian 
Somaliland. 



FINLAND 



Helsinki 
All of Finland. 



^The British Government has undertaken to render, upon reference from the Department of State, 
certain consular services in areas of China under Communist control. 

^Under British military administration until federated with Ethiopia in September 1952. 



DESCRIPTION OF CONSULAR DISTRICTS 



133 



:E and POSSESSIONS, ETC. 
(France) 



;nts of Ariege, Basses-Pyrenees, 
arente-Inferieure, Correze, Creuse, 
Dordogne, Gers, Gironde, Haute- 
ite-Vienne, Hautes-Pyrenees, Landes, 
Jaronne, Tarn-et-Garonne, Vendee, 



ents of Calvados, C6tes-du-Nord, 
e-et-Vilaine, Manche, Mayenne, Mor- 
:ne. 



ents of Eure, Nord, Pas de Calais, 
ure, and Somme. 



lents of Ain, Allier, Cantal, Cote-d'Or, 
, Haute-Savoie, Isere, Jura, Loire, 
e, Rhone, Saone-et-Loire, and Savoie. 



lents of Ardeche, Aude, Aveyron, 
Rhone, Drome, Card, Herault, Lozere, 
rientales, Tarn, Var, Vaucluse, and 
Corsica (Corse). 



nents of Basses-Alpes, Hautes-Alpes, 
:imes, and the Principality of Monaco. 



lents of Aisne, Aube, Cher, Eure-et- 

!, Indre-et-Loire, Loir-et-Cher, 

•8 Inferieure, Maine-et-Loire, Marne, 

B, Sarthe, Seine, Seine-et-Marne, Seine 

nne. 



nents of Ardennes, Bas-Rhin, Doubs, 
e, Haut-Rhin, Haute-Saone, Meurthe- 
Meuse, Moselle, Vosges, and the 
f Belfort. 



(Possessions, etc. ) 



ia (including the Territories of the 



h West Africa 

ch West Africa (including the Colonies 
French Sudan, French Guinea, Ivory 
iritania, Niger, and Senegal, and the 
iption of Dakar), and Togoland (trust 
ider French administration); Gambia 
protectorate (British); and Portuguese 



i'rench West Indies 

ch West Indies and French Guiana. 

' Caledonia 

Caledonia and dependencies (including 

Archipelago, the Loyalty Islands, the 



Huon Islands, Futuna, and Alofi) and Austral Islands 
(Tubuai), Fiji Islands, Gambler Islands, The 
Gilbert and Ellice Islands Colony, Marquesas Islands, 
New Hebrides, Society Islands (including hes-sous- 
le Vent), Solomon Islands Protectorate (British), 
Tonga, Kingdom of; Tuamotu Archipelago (Paumotu 
Archipelago). 

Tananarive, Madagascar 

The island of Madagascar (together with the Comoro 
Islands, the Glorious Islands, and the islands of 
Nossi Be and Ste. Marie, and Kerguelen, Crozet, 
St. Paul, Amsterdam, and other island dependencies 
of Madagascar) and Reunion Island. 

Tunis, Tunisia 
All of Tunisia. 



GERMANY 

Berlin 

Greater Berlin area. 

Bremen 

Provisionally, the State and City of Bremen (in- 
cluding Bremerhaven), the State of Oldenburg, that 
portion of the Province of Hanover lying west of the 
Weser River and that portion of the Regierungs- 
bezirk of Minden (part of Hanover) lying east of the 
Weser River, and the State of Schaumburg-Lippe 

Diisseldorf , 

Provisionally, that portion of Rhine Provmce which 
lies within the British Zone of Occupation, the 
Province of Westphalia, and the State of Lippe. 

Frankfort on the Main 

The Prussian Province of Hesse-Nassau (except the 
exclave Kreis Schmalkalden), the State of Hesse, 
the Bavarian Palatinate (Pfalz), the Saarland (which 
was formerly a special administrative district of 
the Reich), and that part of Rhine Province which 
lies within the French Zone of Occupation. 

Hamburg 

The Province of Schleswig-Holstein and that portion 
of the Province of Hanover which lies east of the 
Weser River (including Brunswick), but excepting 
the Regierungsbezirk of Minden. 

Munich 

The State of Bavaria (Bajern), except the Bavarian 
Palatinate (Pfalz). 

Stuttgart 

The States of Wiirttemberg and Baden, and the 
Prussian Province of HohenzoUern. 

GREAT BRITAIl^^AND NORTHERN IRELAND 

Belfast, Northern Ireland 

Northern Ireland (counties of Antrim, Armagh, 
Down, Fermanagh, Londonderry, and Tyrone). 

Birmingham, England 

All of Leicestershire, Northamptonshire (including 
the Soke of Peterborough), Rutlandshire, Shropshire, 
Staffordshire, Warwickshire, and Worcestershire. 

Bradford, England 

In Yorkshire, all of East Riding and those portions 
of the administrative counties of West Riding and 
North Riding comprised within the following bound- 
aries: Beginning at Goole (included), southwest to 
Thorne (included), thence to Barnsley and Penistone 
(both cities excluded) to the point common to the 
boundaries of Yorkshire, Cheshire, and Derbyshire, 
thence following westwardly and northwardly and 



ies in England as mentioned in these descriptions include the associated "county borough" cities. 



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eastwardly along the Yorkshire boundary (North 
Riding) to a point due north of Richmond; thence due 
south to Richmond (included); thence southeast- 
wardly to the city of York (the entire county borough 
of York being included). 

Cardiff, Wales 

In Wales, the counties of Brecknock, Cardigan, Car- 
marthen, Glamorgan, Pembroke, and Radnor; in 
England, Gloucestershire, Herefordshire, Monmouth- 
shire, and Somersetshire. 

Edinburgh, Scotland 

The counties of Aberdeen, Angus (Forfar), Berwick, 
Clackmannan, Dumfries, Fife, Kincardine, Kinross, 
Peebles, RoJiburgh, Selkirk, East Lothian (Hadding- 
ton), Midlothian (Edinburgh), Westlothian (Linlith- 
gow), and that portion of the County Perth east of a 
line from the point where the Counties Clackmannan, 
Perth, and Stirling meet, northeast to Blackford 
(excluded), north to Gilmerton (excluded), thence 
along the Sma' Glen to Kinloch Rannoch (excluded), 
northeast to Blair AthoU (excluded), and north to 
the point where the Counties Aberdeen, Inverness, 
and Perth meet. 

Glasgow, Scotland 

The counties of Argyll, Ayr, Banff, Bute, Caithness, 
Dumbarton, Inverness (which includes the islands to 
the west and northwest, principally the Isle of Skye 
and the Hebrides, except the portion known as the 
Isle of Lewis), Kirkcudbright, Lanark, Moray 
(Elgin), Nairn, Orkney, Renfrew, Ross and Cromarty 
(which includes the Isle of Lewis, of the Hebrides), 
Shetland, Stirling, Sutherland, Wigtown, and that 
portion of the County Perth not Included in the 
Edinburgh consular district. 

Liverpool, England 
Those portions of Cheshire and Lancashire lying 
west of a line drawn from a point on the northern 
boundary of Staffordshire at Harecastle northwardly 
to Middlewich (included); thence northwestwardly 
through Warrington (included), Wigan (excluded), 
Preston (excluded), and Lancaster (excluded), and 
extending in a straight line across a portion of 
Morecambe Bay to the southernmost point of West- 
morland on the coast; the county of Westmorland; 
and the following counties in Wales: Anglesey, 
Carnarvonshire, Denbighshire, Flintshire, Merioneth- 
shire, and Montgomeryshire; and the Isle of Man. 

London, England 

All of Norfolk, Cambridgeshire (including the Isle 
of Ely), Huntingdonshire, Bedfordshire, Berkshire, 
Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire, Surrey, and all 
counties to the east thereof: Essex, Hertfordshire, 
Kent, London, Middlesex, Suffolk, and Sussex. 

Manchester, England 

Those portions of Cheshire and Lancashire that lie 
to the east of a line drawn from the west end of the 
southernmost section of the Westmorland-Lancashire 
boundary southeastwardly to Lancaster, Preston and 
Wigan (these three cities included), thence to Warring- 
ton and Middlewich (these two excluded), and thence 
to the Staffordshire boundary at Harecastle (south- 
east of Lawton); all of Derbyshire; all of Lincoln- 
shire; all of Nottinghamshire; of Yorkshire, that 
portion of West Riding that lies south of a line drawn 
from the point common to the boundaries Cheshire, 
Derbyshire, and Yorkshire eastwardly to Penistone 
(included), Barnsley (included), and Thorne (ex- 
cluded), to Goole (excluded). 

Newcastle-on-Tyne, England 

All of Cumberland, Durham, and Northumberland 
and that portion of North Riding in Yorkshire which 
lies east of a line drawn from York (excluded), 
northwest to Richmond (excluded), thence due north 
to the boundaries between North Riding and Durham. 



Southampton, England 

All of Hampshire (administrative county of South- 
ampton and the Isle of Wight); all of Cornwall (in- 
cluding the Scilly Isles), the counties of Devonshire 
Dorsetshire, Wiltshire, and the Channel Islands. 



Aden 



(Asia) 



The colony and protectorate of Aden including the 
Hadramaut and the islands Perim, Socotra, and 
Abdul Quri; (informally) Yemen, Kamaran Island, 
and British Somaliland Protectorate. 

Hong Kong 

The British colony of Hong Kong and the Portugues 
colony of Macau. 

Kuala Lumpur, Federation of Malaya 

The States of Johore, Negri Sembilan, Pahang, 
Selangor, and Trengganu; the Districts of Lower 
Perak, Batang Padang^and the Dindings in the 
State of Perak; and the Settlement of Malacca. 

Nicosia, Cyprus 
All of Cyprus. 

Penang, Federation of Malas^a 

The Settlement of Penang (including Province 
Wellesley) and the States of Kedah, Kelantan, 
PerliSjand Perak (excluding the Districts of 
Lower Perak, Batang Padang,and the Dindings). 

Singapore 

The Colony of Singapore (including the Cocos or 
Keeling Islands and Christmas Island in the 
Indian Ocean), the Colony of North Borneo (in- 
cluding Labuan), Brunei, and the Colony of 
Sarawak. [The Consulate General at Singapore 
has supervisory jurisdiction over posts in the 
Federation of Malaya. ] 



(Africa) 

Accra, Gold Coast, West Africa 

The Gold Coast and Togoland (British mandate). 

Dar-es-Salaam, Tanganyika, East Africa 
The Trust Territory of Tanganyika. 

Lagos, Nigeria, West Africa 

Nigeria and Cameroons (trust territory under 
British administration). 

Mombasa, Kenya, East Africa 

Coast Province of Kenya (including the Kenya Pro- 
tectorate) and Zanzibar (including Pemba); the 
Seychelles and adjacent British islands; and the 
island of Mauritius. 

Nairobi, Kenya, East Africa 

Kenya Colony (except the Coast Province), and 
Uganda. 

Salisbury, Southern Rhodesia 

Southern Rhodesia; Northern Rhodesia; and 
Nyasaland Protectorate. 



(Bahamas) 



Nassau, N. P. 
All of the Bahama Islands. 



(Bermuda) 



Hamilton 

All of Bermuda. 



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(British Guiana) 
ih Guiana. 

(British Honduras) 
ih Honduras. 

(Europe) 



(West Indies) 

itish West Indies 

of Barbados, and the British Leeward 
mprising the presidencies (a) Antigua, 
ia and Redonda, (b) St. Christopher- 
Citts-Nevis), with Anguilla, (c) Mont- 
1 (d) the British Virgin Islands (Anegada, 
kes, Peter, Salt, Tortola, Virgin Gorda, 

laica, British West Indies 

i its dependencies (Turks and Caicos 

yman Islands, etc.). 

, Trinidad, British West Indies 
'obago, the British Windward Islands 
Grenada, St. Lucia, and St. Vincent) 
e Grenadines (Bequia, Cannouan, Carria- 
au, Mustique, Union, etc.). 



GREECE 



(Provinces) Acarnania (formerly 
irnania), Achaia, Arcadia, Argolis- 
Arta, Attica, Boeotia, Cephalonia, Chios, 
lades, Elis, Euboea, Evrytania, loannina, 
jaconia, Larissa, Lesbos (except the 
nos), Magnesia, Messenia, Phokis, 
reveza, Samos, Thesprotia, Trikkala, 
island Crete which comprises theNomoi 
•aclion), Canea, Lasithion, and Retimo, 
lese Islands, and the island Castelrosso 
Italian Islands of the Aegean). 

ssaloniki) 

(Provinces) Drama, Evros, Fiorina, 
:avalla, Khalkidike (together with Mont 
kis, Kozani, Pella, Rodopi, Salonika, 
nthe, and of the nomos Lesbos the island 



GUATEMALA 



3 mala. 



HONDURAS 

San Pedro Sula 

The Departments of Atlantida, Colon, Comayagua 
(north of latitude 14O30' north), Copan, Corte's, 
Gracias, Ocotepeque, Santa Barbara, Yoro, and the 
Bay Islands; and the comarca of La Mosquitia. 

Tegucigalpa 

The Departments of Tegucigalpa, Comayagua 
(south of latitude 14O30' north), Intlbuca, La Paz, 
Valle Choluteca, El Paraiso, and Olancho. 



HAITI 



ce 

lepublic of Haiti. 



HUNGARY 



ICELAND 



Budapest 

All of Hungary. 



Reykjavik 

AH of Iceland. 



INDIA 

Bombay 

Bhopal; Bombay; Kutch; Madhya Bharat; Madhya 
Pradesh; Portuguese India (including Goa, Diu, 
and Damao); Saurashtra (including informal 
jurisdiction over Junagadh); Tonk (Sironj); Vindhya 
Pradesh; and (informally) Hyderabad. 

Calcutta 

Andaman Islands; Assam; Bhutan (a border State); 
Bihar; Manipur; Nepal (an independent border 
Kingdom); Nicobar Islands; Orissa; Sikkim State; 
Tripura; and West Bengal (including Chandernagore 
and Cooch-Behar). 

Madras 

Coorg; Madras; Mysore; the Laccadive and 
Amindivi Islands (including Minicoy); Travancore- 
Cochin; and French India (including Karikal, Mahe, 
Pondjchery, and Yanaon). 

New Delhi 

Ajmer; BUaspur; Delhi; Himachal Pradesh; 
Patiala and East Punjab States Union; Punjab; 
Rajasthan (including Tonk except Tonk (Sironj)); 
Uttar Pradesh; and (informally) that part of the 
state of Jammu and Kashmir under dg facto con- 
trol of Indian authorities. 



INDONESIA 

Djakarta, Indonesia 

All of Indonesia except the island of Sumatra, 
East Java, and Madura; and also the Portuguese 
colony of Timor. 



Medan, Indonesia 

The island of Sumatra. 



Surabaya, Indonesia 
East Java and Madura. 



iries requiring correspondence with an official of an Indian state or agency should be addressed to 
f at New Delhi. 



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IRAN 



Isfahan 

The Seventh and Tenth Provinces and the Eighth 
Province except that part which lies to the north- 
east of a line drawn along the meridian of 59° 
East Greenwich from the northern boundary of the 
Eighth Province to latitude 29° 15' north, and 
thence eastward along the parallel of 29° 15' 
north latitude to the boundary of Pakistan. 



Meshed 

The Ninth Province and that part of the Eighth 
Province that lies to the northeast of a line drawn 
along the meridian of 59° East Greenwich from 
the northern boundary of the Eighth Province to 
latitude 29015' north, and thence eastward along 
the parallel of 29015' north latitude to the boundary 
of Pakistan. 

Tabriz 

The Third and Fourth Provinces consisting of the 
following districts: Ardebil, Bijar, Khoi, Mahabad, 
Maragheh, Rezaieh, and Tabriz. 



Tehran 

The First, Second, Fifth, 



and Sixth Provinces. 



IRAQ 

Baghdad 
All of Iraq except the Districts (Liwas) of Amara, 
Muntafiq, and Basra. 

Basra 

The Districts (Liwas) of Amara, Muntafiq, and 
Basra, and in Arabia (informally), Kuwait. 



IRELAND (EIRE) 

Cork 

The Province of Munster. 

Dublin 

The Provinces of Leinster and Connaught; and the 
Counties of Cavan, Monaghan, and Donegal. 



ITALY 

Bari 

The Province of Bari (F*uglie). 

Florence 

The Provinces of Bologna, Ferrara, Forli, M6dena, 
Ravenna, and Reggio nell' Emilia, in the Comparti- 
mento of Emilia; the Provinces of Arezzo, Firenze 
(Florence), Grosseto, Livorno (Leghorn), Lucca 
Massa e Carrara, Pisa,Pistoia, and Siena, in the 
Compartimento of Toscana (Tuscany), and the 
Republic of San Marino. 

Genoa 

The Provinces of Genova (Genoa), Imperia, Savona, 
and La Spezia, in the Compartimento of Liguria. 

Milan 

The Provinces of Bergamo, Brescia, Como, 
Cremona, Mantova, Milano (Milan), Pavia, Sondrio, 
and Varese, in the Compartimento of Lombardia 
(Lombardy); and the Provinces of Parma and 
Piacenza in the Compartimento of Emilia. 

Naples 

The Provinces of Avellino, Benevento, Napoli 
(Naples), and Salerno, in the Compartimento of 



Campania; the Provinces of Brindisi. FBggia, 
lonio (Taranto), and Lecce, in the Compartimento 
of Puglie (Apulia); the Provinces of Matera and 
Potenza, in the Compartimento of Lucania; and the 
Provinces of Catanzaro, Cosenza, and Reggio di 
Calabria, in the Compartimento of Calabria. 

Palermo 
The island Compartimento of Sicilia (Sicily), 
comprising the Provinces of Agrigento (Girgenti), 
Caltanissetta, Catania, Enna (Castrogiovanni), 
Messina-Palermo, Ragusa, Siracusa (Syracuse), 
and Trapani. 

Rome 

The Provinces of Frosinone, Littoria, Rieti, 
Roma (Rome), and Viterbo, in the Compartimento 
of Lazio; the Provinces of Perugia and Terni, in 
the Compartimento of Umbria; the Provinces of 
Ancona, Ascoli Piceno, Macerata, and Pesaro e 
Urbino, in the^ Compartimento of Marche; the 
Provinces of Aquila degli Abruzzi, Campobasso, 
Chieti, Pescara, and T^ramo, in the Compartiment' 
of Abruzzi e Molise; the Provinces of Cagliari, 
Nuoro, and Sassari, in the island (and comprising 
the Compartimento) of Sardegna (Sardinia). 

Turin 

The Provinces of Alessandria, Aosta, Asti, Cuneo, 
Novara, Torino (Turin), and Vercelli, in the Com- 
partimento of Piemonte (Piedmont). 

Venice 

The Provinces of Belluno, Friuli (Udine), Padova, 
Rovigo, Treviso, Venezia (Venice), Verona, and 
Vicenza, in the Compartimento of Veneto; the 
Provinces of Bolzano and Trento, in the Comparti- 
mento of Venezia Tridentina; Gorizia in the Com- 
partimento of Venezia Giulia; and informally, the 
Free Territory of Trieste. 



JAPAN 

Fukuoka 

The Prefectures (Ken or Fu) of Fukuoka, Kagoshima 
Kumamoto, Miyazaki, Nagasaki, Oita, Saga, and 
Yamaguchi. 

Kobe 

The Prefectures (Ken or Fu) of Ehime, Hiroshima, 
Hyogo, Kagawa, Kochi, Kyoto, Nara, Okayama, 
Osaka, Shimane, Tokushima, Tottori, and 
Wakayama. 

Nagoya 

The Prefectures (Ken or Fu) of Aichi, Fukui, 
Gifu, Ishikawa, Mie, Nagano (with the exception 
of Kitasaku gun), Shiga, and Toyama. 

Sapporo 

The Island of Hokkaido. 

Tokyo 

The Prefectures (Ken or Fu) of Akita, Aomori, 
Chiba, Fukushima, Gumma, Ibaraki, Iwate, the 
gun of Kitasaku in Nagano, Miyagi, Niigata, 
Saitama, Tochigi, Tokyo, Yamagata, and the 
Ryukyu Islands. 



Yokohama 

The Prefectures (Ken) of Kanagawa, Shizuoka.and 
Yamanashi. 



JORDAN 

Amman 

All of Jordan. 



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KOREA 



KUWAIT 



the Kuwait-Saudi Arabian Neutral 



LAOS, KINGDOM OF 



LEBANON 



UBERIA 



ria, and Sierra Leone of British West 



LIBYA 



ra, except Cyrenaica. 



LUXEMBOURG 



3rand Duchy of Luxembourg. 



MEXICO 

Sonora 
of the State of Sonora bounded on the 
outh by a line drawn from the interna- 
idary at 110° west longitude, due south to 
^ananea railway, thence along that rail- 
lanea (the railway and Cananea included), 
;he following directions which are true, 
le latitude of Mututicachi, east to the 
Df llOO west longitude, south to theparal- 
north latitude, and east to the Sonora- 
boundary. 

Chihuahua 

on of the State of Chihuahua lying to the 
east of a line drawn from the Sonora 
through Madera to Sauz (both towns in- 
lence northeastwardly through, and ex- 
lan Antonio on the R(o Grande. 

ez. Chihuahua 

of the State of Chihuahua lying to the 
line drawn through Madera to Sauz (both 
luded); thence northeastwardly through, 
ling, San Antonio on the Rio Grande. 

, Jalisco 

of the State of Zacatecas lying to the 
ititude 22°, all of the State of Jalisco ex- 
portion lying north of 22° north latitude 
)f the meridian of 103O30' west longitude, 
ate of Colima. 



Guaymas, Sonora 

That part of the State of Sonora lying south of 
latitude 29°, and the southern territory of Baja 
California (south of latitude 280). 

Matamoros, Tamaulipas 

That part of the State of Tamaulipas lying north of 
latitude 24° north, except the portion that lies 
west and northwest of a line drawn from a point at 
latitude 24" north, longitude 99o west of Greenwich, 
due north to the boundary of Nuevo Leon, and ex- 
cept the portion that lies north and northwest of a 
line drawn from the international boundary at 97O40' 
west longitude in a southwesterly direction to El 
Chapul (excluded) and thence to Laguna de Indios 
(in the State of Nuevo Leon). 

Mazatlan, Sinaloa 

The States of Sinaloa and Nayarit, and that part of 
the State of Durango lying west of a line drawn from 
the point on the Zacatecas-Durango boundary where 
it is intercepted by the Tropic of Cancer, thence 
drawn due west to the meridian of 105° west longi- 
tude, thence to St. Gregorio (excluded) and to 
Guanacevici (excluded)jand thence due northwest to 
the Durango-Chihuahua boundary. 

Merida, Yucatan 

The States of Campeche and Yucatan and the terri- 
tory of Quintana Roo. 

Mexican, Baja California 

That part of Baja California north and east of a line 
drawn from the intersection of the international 
boundary and the meridian of 116° west longitude 
due south to the parallel of 32° north latitude, and 
thence to a point on the west shore of the Gulf of 
California at latitude 30° north; also that part of the 
State of Sonora lying west of 113° west longitude. 

Mexico, D.F. 

The States of Chiapas, Guerrero, Hiaalgo, 
Mexico, Michoacdn, Morelos, Oaxaca, 
Puebla, Quere'taro, Tlaxcala, and the 
Federal District. 

Monterrey, Nuevo Leon 

The State of Nuevo Leon, except the portion that 
lies north and northwest of a line drawn across 
the State, through Golondrinas and Paras, leaving 
Golondrinas within, and Paras without, the 
Monterrey consular district, and except that part 
of the State that lies to the northeast of a line 
drawn from El Chapul (in the State of Tamaulipas) 
westwardly to Laguna de Indios and to China (both 
excluded), thence to Agualeguas (included), and 
thence to Ciudad Mier (in the State of Tamaulipas); 
that part of the State of Tamaulipas lying west and 
northwest of a line drawn from a point at latitude 
24° north, longitude 99° west of Greenwich, due 
north to the Nuevo Leon boundary that part of the 
State of Coahuila bounded on the north, west, and 
south, by a line drawn from the Nuevo Le(5n bound- 
ary westwardly through a point just south of 
Monclova to but excluding Cuatro Cienegas, thence 
southwardly to and including Parras, thence 
southeastwardly to a point on the Zacatecas 
boundary, just west of Lavaderos, and thence 
along the Zacatecas boundary to the point common 
to Coahuila, Nuevo Leon, and Zacatecas; and that 
part of the State to Zacatecas that lies east of a 
north-south line drawn through and including 
Mazapil . 

Nogales, Sonora 

That part of the State of Sonora bounded on the 
east, south, and west by a line drawn from the in- 
ternational boundary at 110° west longitude, due 



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south to the Naco-Cananea railway, thence along 
that railway to Canajiea (the railway and Cananea 
excluded), thence in the following direcUons which 
are true, south to the latitude of Mututicachi, 
east to the meridian of 110° west longitude, south 
to the parallel of 29° north latitude, west to the 
meridian of 113° west longitude, and thence north 
to the International boundary. 

Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas 
That part of the State of Tamaulipas that lies 
north and northwest of a line drawn from the in- 
ternational boundary through Ciudad Mier (ex- 
cluded) to Agualeguas (in the State of Nuevo Leon); 
and that part of the State of Nuevo Leon lying north 
and northwest of a line drawn across the State, 
through Golondrinas (excluded) and Paras (included). 

Pledras Negras, Coahuila 
That part of the State of Coahuila lying north and 
east of a line drawn from the Chihuahua boundary, 
east along the parallel of 28° north latitude to a 
point directly north of Tanque (included), thence 
southeasterly to La Reforma (excluded) and to 
Cuatro Cienegas (included), and thence by a straight 
line through a point just south of Monclova to the 
Nuevo Leon boundary. 

Reynosa, Tamaulipas 

That part of the State of Tamaulipas bounded on 
the east by a line drawn from the international 
boundary at 97O40' west longitude in a southwesterly 
direction to El Chapul (included) and thence to 
Laguna de Indios (in the State of Nuevo Le6n), and 
bounded on the west by a line drawn from the in- 
ternational boundary through Ciudad Mier (included) 
to Agualeguas (in the State of Nuevo Leon); and that 
part of the State of Nuevo Leon lying to the north- 
east of a line drawn from El Chapul (in the State 
of Tamaulipas) westwardly to Laguna de Indios 
and to China (both included), thence to Agualeguas 
(excluded), and from Agualeguas to Ciudad Mier 
(in the State of Tamaulipas). 

San Luis Potosi, San Luis Potosf 

The State of San Luis Potosi, except that portion 
lying to the east of a line drawn due north and 
south through, but excluding, the town of Tamazopo 
(approximately in longitude 99°25' west of Green- 
wich): the States of Aguascalientes and Guanajuato, 
that part of the State of Zacatecas lying to the south 
of the Tropic of Cancer, and to the north of the 
parallel of 22° north latitude, and that part of the 
State of Jalisco lying to the north of latitude 22° 
but east of the meridian of IO303O' west longitude. 

Tampico, Tamaulipas 

That part of the State of Tamaulipas lying south of 
latitude 24o,that part of the State of Veracruz 
lying northwestward of the Ri'o Cazones and part 
of the State of San Luis Potosf lying to the east of 
a line drawn north and south through, and including, 
the town of Tamazopo (approximately in longitude 
99025' west of Greenwich). 

Tijuana, Baja California 

That part of Baja California north of latitude 28° 
and south and west of a line drawn from the inter- 
section of the international boundary and the merid- 
ian of 116° west longitude due south to the parallel 
of 32° north latitude, and thence to a point on the 
west shore of the GuU of California at latitude 30° 
north. 



Torrecin, Coahuila 

Those parts of the States of Coahuila, Durango, and 
Zacatecas lying within the following boundaries: The 
parallel of 28° north latitude from the Chihuahua 



boundary east to a point directly north of Tanque 
(excluded); thence southeasterly to La Reforma 
(included) and to Cuatro Cienegas (excluded); thence 
southwardly to Parr as (excluded); thence southeast- 
wardly to a point on the Zacatecas boundary, just 
west of Lavaderos, and thence along the Zacatecas 
boundary to a point directly north of Mazapil, 
Zacatecas; thence directly south on a line through 
Mazapil (excluded) to the Zacatecas-San Luis Potosi 
boundary; thence southwestwardly on the Zacatecas- 
San Luis Potosi boundary to the Tropic of Cancer; 
thence due west on the Tropic of Cancer to the 
Zacatecas-Durango boundary and continuing due 
west along the Tropic of Cancer in the State of 
Durango to the meridian of 105° west longitude; 
thence to St. Gregorio (included) and to Guanacevi 
(included) and thence due northwest to the Durango- 
Chihuahua boundary; thence following the Chihuahua- 
Durango boundary to the point where they touch the 
Coahuila boundary; thence north along the Chihuahua- 
Coahuila boundary to latitude 28°. 



Veracruz, Veracruz 

The State of Veracruz, except that part 
lying northwestward of the Rio Cazones; and 
the State of Tabasco. 



MOROCCO 

Casablanca 
The French zone in Morocco. 

Tangier 

The international zone of Tangier, the Spanish zone 
in Morocco, and the cities of Spain in North Africa 
(principally Ceuta and Melilla). 



NETHERLANDS AND POSSESSIONS 

(Netherlands) 

Amsterdam 

The Provinces of North Holland, Drenthe, Fries- 
land, Gelderland, Groningen, Overijssel, and 
Utrecht. 

Rotterdam 

The Provinces of South Holland, Limburg, North 
Brabant, and Zeeland. 



(America) 

Cura9ao, Netherlands West Indies 

All of the islands comprising the Netherlands 
possession, Curagao, namely, Aruba, Bonaire, 
Curajao, Saba, St. Eustatius, and that portion of 
St. Martin belonging to the Netherlands. 

Paramaribo, Surinam 
All of Surinam (Netherlands Guiana). 



NEW ZEALAND 

Auckland 
All of Auckland Province in North Island. 

Wellington 

In North Island, the Provinces of Wellington, 
Hawke's Bay, and Taranaki, and all of South Island 
and Stewart Island. Also Niue, Trust Territory 
of Western Samoa, Auckland Islands, Chatham 
Islands, Cook Islands, Kermadec Islands, Union 
Islands (Tokelau), and Pitcairn Island. 

Christchurch (consular agency): In South Island, 
the Provinces of Westland and Canterbury and that 



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139 



Provinces of Nelson and Marlborough 
I south latitude. 

nsular agency): Otago Province in South 
itewart Island. 



NICARAGUA 



agua. 



NORWAY 



ces of Hordaland, Rogaland, Sogn og 
and that portion of the Province of M0re 
iinnm^re. 



ces of Akershus, Aust-Agder, Buskerud, 
Hedmark, Nordland, Nord-Tr0ndelag, 

r-Tr0ndelag, Vest-Agder, Vestfold, 
Troms, 0stfold, and that portion of the 

f M0re known as Nordm0re; the island 

en and the Archipelago of Svalbard 



PAKISTAN 



POLAND 



Pakistan. 



n; Baluchistan States; the Federal Area 
; Khairpur State; and Slnd Province. 



r State; North West Frontier Province and 
tates; Punjab Province; and (informally) 
f the state of Jammu and Kashmir not 
acto control of Indian authorities. 



PALESTINE 



•usalem and Arab Palestine (Gaza Strip 



PARAGUAY 



aguay. 



PERU 



ilLIPPINES, REPUBLIC OF THE 

is of Bohol, Cebu, Leyte, Mindanao, 
>anay, Samar, the Sula Archipelago, and 
slands in the Visay an- Mindanao group. 



is of Balabac, Calamian group, Cuyo 
izon, Mindoro, Palawan, all islands on 
in Sea, including Masbate, Romblon, and 
nd all islands west of the San Bernardino 
imediately adjacent to the foregoing. 



Warsaw 

All of Poland. 



PORTUGAL AND POSSESSIONS 

(Portugal) 

Lisbon 

The administrative districts of Beja, Castelo 
Branco, Evora, Faro (Algarve), Leiria, Lisboa, 
Portalegre, Santarem, and Setubal; the Cape Verde 
Islands; and the Madeira Islands. 

Oporto 

The administrative districts of Aveiro, Braga, 
Braganga, Coimbra, Guarda, Porto, Viana do 
Castelo, Vila Real, and Vizeu. 

Ponta Delgada, Sao Miguel (St. Michael), Azores 
All of the Azores (Acores). 



(Possessions) 

Lourenjo Marques, Mozambique 

Mozambique (Portuguese East Africa). 

Luanda (Loanda), Angola, Africa 

Angola (including Cabinda) and the Portuguese 
possessions of St. Thomas Island (Sao Tome), and 
Prince's Island (Principe). 



RUMANIA 

Bucharest 

All of Rumania. 

SAUDI ARABIA, KINGDOM OF 

Dhahran 

This Consulate has no separate consular district^ 
in Saudi Arabia. Functioning under the Embassy 
at Jidda, it is authorized to perform services on 
an informal basis in the Bahrein Islands, Oman 
(Muscat), Qatar, and the Trucial Coast. 

Jidda 

All of Saudi Arabia. 



SPAIN 

Barcelona 

The Provinces of Barcelona, Gerona, Huesca, 
Lerida, Tarragona, Zaragoza, and the Balearic 
Islands; and the Republic of Andorra. 

Bilbao 

The Provinces of Alava, Burgos, Guipuzcoa, Leon, 
Logroiio, Navarra, Ovideo, Palencia, Santander, 
and Vizcaya. 

Madrid 

The Provinces of Avila, Ciudad Real, Cuenca, 
Guadalajara, Madrid, Salamanca, Segovia, Soria, 
Toledo, and Valladolid; and in Africa, the Spanish 
territory comprising Rio de Oro, Ifni, and Rio 
Muni and the islands of Fernando Po, Great and 
Little Elobey, Corisco, and Annobon. 

Malaga 

The Provinces of Granada, Jaen, Malaga (except 
Melilla in North Africa^), and Almeria. 



er, Morocco- 



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Scvillo 

The Provinces of Badajoz, Caceres, Cadiz (except 
Ceuta in North Africa^)jCdrdoba, Huelva, and 
Sevllla. 

Tenerife, Canary Islands 
All of Canary Islands. 

Valencia 
The Provinces of Albacete, Alicante, Castellon, 
Murcia, Teruel, and Valencia. 

Vigo 

The Provinces of Coruiia, Lugo, Orense, Ponte- 
vedra, and Zamora. 



SWEDEN 

Goteborg 

The Lan (provinces) of Alvsborg, Blekinge, Gote- 
borg och Bohus, Holland, Jonkoping, Kalmar, 
Kristianstad, Koronberg, Malmohus, Skaraborg, 
and Varmland, and the town of Hiillefors in the 
Lan of Orebro. 

Stockholm 
The Lan (provinces) of Jamtland, Vasternorrland, 
Gavleborg, Kopparberg, Uppsala, Vastmanland, 
Stockholm, Orebro (except the town of Hallefors), 
Sodermanland, Ostergotland, Gotland, Norrbotten, 
and Vasterbotten. 



SWITZERLAND 

Basel 

The Cantons of Basel and Solothurn. 

Bern 
The Cantons of Bern, Fribourg, and Neuchatel. 

Geneva 

The Cantons of Geneva, Valais, and Vaud. 

Ziirich 
The Cantons of Aargau, Schaffhausen, Zurich, 
Zug, Glarus, Ticino, Thurgau, Appenzell, St. 
Gallen, Graubiinden, Luzern, Unterwalden, Uri, 
and Schwyz, and the Principality of Liechtenstein. 



SYRIA 

Damascus 
All of Syria. 



THAILAND 

Bangkok 

All of Thailand with the exception of the changwads 
(provinces) under the consular jurisdiction of the 
Consulate at Chiengmai. (See Chiengmai below. ) 

Chtengmai 

The Changwads (provinces) of Chiengmai, Chlengrai 
Lampang, Lamphun, Phitsanulok, Phrae, Mae 
Hong Son, Nun, Sukhothai, Tak (north of the city of 
Myawadl), and Uttaradit. 



TURKEY 

Istanbul (Constantinople) ^ 

The vilayets on the Straits, namely, Istanbul (Con- 
stantinople) and fanakkale (Dardanelles), including 
Imroz Adasi (the Island of Imbros) and Bozca Ada 
(the Island of Tenedos); the three vilayets situated 
wholly in Europe, namely, Edirne (Adrianople), 
Kirklareli, and Tekirdag (Rodosto); and the foUow- 
mg vilayets in Asia: Agri , Amasya, Ankara (Angora), 
Balikesir, Bilecik, Bingol , Bitlis , Bolu, Bursa 
(Brusa), (;;ankiri, (^oruh, Qorum, Diyarbekir , 
Elaziz , Erzincan , Erzurum , Eski§ehir, Giresun, 
Giimii^ane, Kars , Kastamonu, Kir§ehir, Kocaeli, 
Mu5, Ordu, Rize, Samsun, Sinop, Sivas, Tokat, 
Trabzon (Trebizond), Tunceli, Van , Yozgat, and 
Zonguldak. 

Izmir (Smyrna) 

The following vilayets, all in Asia: Adana (or Sey- 
han), Afyon Karahisar, Antalya, Aydin, Burdur, 
Denizll, Gaziantep, Hakkari, Hatay, Ipel, Isparta, 
Izmir (Smyrna), Kayseri, Kenya, Kiitahya, Malatya, 
Manisa, Mara?, Mardin, Mugla, Nigde, Siirt, and 
Urfa. 



UNION OF SOUTH AFRICA 

Capetown, Cape Province 

The Province of the Cape of Good Hope, except the 
part that lies eastward of a line drawn from the 
point where the meridian of 25° east longitude 
intersects the southern boundary of the Orange 
Free State due south to 31° north latitude, thence 
due west to 24° east longitude, and thence due 
south to the sea; the Bechuanaland Protectorate; 
the mandated territory of South-West Africa; and 
the islands of St. Helena, Ascension, and Tristan 
da Cunha. 

Durban, Natal 

Natal and Basutoland. 

Johannesburg, Transvaal 

The Transvaal; Orange Free State; and Swaziland. 



Port Elizabeth, Cape Province 

That part of the F rovince of the Cape of Good Hope 
that lies eastward of a line drawn from the point 
where the meridian of 25° east longitude intersects 
the southern boundary of the Orange Free State due 
south to 31° north latitude, thence due west to 24° 
east longitude, and thence due south to the sea. 



UNION OF SOVIET SOCIALIST REPUBLICS 

Moscow 
All of the Soviet Union. 



Montevideo 

All of Uruguay. 



URUGUAY 



VENEZUELA 



Caracas 

The States of Anzoategui, Apure, Aragua, Barinas 
(Zamora), Bolivar, Carabobo, Cojedes, Guarico, 



'Soe Tangier. Morocco. 

frorL^'SjlcUon'of'^n^ ? comprise a zone east of the Euphrates which the Turkish Government excludes 
irom uic jurisdiction of all foreign consulates in Turkey. 



DESCRIPTION OF CONSULAR DISTRICTS 



141 



anda, Monagas, Nueva Esparta, Portu- 
re, and Yaracuy; the Territories of 
and Delta Amacuro; the Federal District 
deral Dependencies. 

of Falcon, M^rida, Tachira, Trujillo, 



VIETNAM, STATE OF 



ice of Nortli Vietnam (formerly Tonking). 



ices of South Vietnam (formerly 



Cochinchina) and Central Vietnam (formerly 
Annam) . 

YUGOSLAVIA 

Belgrade 

The People's Republics of Macedonia, Montenegro, 
and Serbia (including the autonomous province of 
Vojvodina (Voivodina) and the autonomous region of 
Kosovo and Metohija). 

Zagreb 

The People's Republics of Croatia, Slovenia, and 
Bosnia-Hercegovina. 



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ALLOCATION OF ENTITIES TO CONSULAR DISTRICTS BY COUNTRIES OR AREAS 

[This list contains only those countries the areas of which have been formally or informally assigned to 
consular districts. Consular agencies do not appear since their districts are included within the dis- 
tricts of the offices to which the agencies are subordinate. 



Administrative Division Consular District 

AFGHANISTAN 
All of Afghanistan Kabul 

AFRICA ^ 

(Including related islands) 

Countries, colonies, protec- 
torates, etc. 

Algeria (including the Terri- 
tories of the South) Algiers, Algeria 

Anglo-Egyptian Sudan ^ Cairo, Egypt 

Angola (including Cablnda) Luanda, Angola 

Annobon (island) Madrid, Spain 

Ascension (island) Capetown, Union of 

South Africa 

Basutoland Durban, Natal 

Bechuanaland Protectorate --- Capetown, Union of 

South Africa 

Belgian Congo - Leopoldville, Belgian 

Congo 
British Somaliland Protector- 
ate -- Aden 

Cabinda. See Angola. 

Cameroons (Br. mandate) Lagos, Nigeria 

Cameroons (Fr. mandate) Leopoldville, Belgian 

Congo 
Canary Islands. See Canary 

Islands, p. 140- 
Cape of Good Hope Province. 
See Union of South Africa, 
p. Z40. 

Cape Verde Islands -— Lisbon, Portugal 

Chad (Fr. Equat. Africa) Leopoldville, Belgian 

Congo 
Comoro Islands Tananarive, Mada- 
gascar 
Coquilhatville. See L'Equateur. 

Corisco (island) Madrid, Spain 

Costermansville. See Kivu. 

Dahomey (Fr. W. Africa) Dakar, Fr. W. 

Africa 
Dakar, Circumscription of (Fr. 

W. Africa) - - Dakar, Fr. W. 

A f r i f 9 
Egypt. See Egypt, p. 132 
Elisabethville. See Katanga. 
Elobey Islands, Great and 

Little Madrid, Spain 

Eritrea^ Asmara 

Ethiopia - Addis Ababa, Ethiopia 

Fernando Po (island) Madrid, Spain 

French Equatorial Africa Leopoldville, Belgian 

Congo 
French Guinea tGuinee fran- 

faisel (Fr. W. Africa) Dakar, Fr. W. Africa 

French Somali Coast — Addis Ababa, Ethiopia 

French Sudan [Soudan fran^ais] 

(Fr. W. Africa) -— Dakar, Fr. W. Africa 



Administrative Division Consular District 

AFRICA— Continued 

Countries, colonies, protec- 
torates, etc. 

French West Africa Dakar, Fr. W. Africa 

Gabon (Fr. Equat. Africa) Leopoldville, Belgian 

Congo 

Gambia (Br. W. Africa) Dakar, Fr. W. Africa 

Glorious Islands tiles Glori- 

euses] Tananarive, Mada- 
gascar 

Gold Coast (Br. W. Africa) --- Accra, Gold Coast 

Ifni Madrid, Spain 

Italian Somaliland Addis Ababa, Ethiopia 

Ivory Coast CCSte d'lvoire] 

(Fr. W. Africa) Dakar, Fr. W. Africa 

Kasai (Lusambo) ElisabethvUle, Bel- 
gian Congo 

Katanga (ElisabethvUle) ElisabethvUle, Bel- 
gian Congo 

Kenya Colony (except Coast 

Province) (Br. E. Africa)--- Nairobi, Kenya 

Kenya Protectorate (Br. E. 

Africa)- Mombasa, Kenya 

Kivu (Costermansville) ElisabethvUle, Bel- 
gian Congo 

Leopoldville LeopoldvUle, Belgian 

Congo 

L'Equateur (Coquihatville) LeopoldvUle, Belgian 

Congo 

Liberia Monrovia, Liberia 

Libya Tripoli, Libya 

Lusambo. See Kasai. 

Madagascar Tananarive, Mada- 
gascar 

Madeira Islands--- --- Lisbon, Portugal 

Mauritania (Fr. W. Africa) Dakar, Fr. W Africa 

Mauritius (island) --- -- Mombasa, Kenya 

Middle Congo CMoyen-Congo] 

(Fr. Equat. Africa) Leopoldville, Belgian 

.» „ • Congo 

Morocco. See Morocco, 
p. 138. 

Mozambique (Port. E. Africa)- Lourenco Marques 

Natal. See Union of South 
Africa, p. 14 0. 

Niger (Ft. W. Africa) Dakar, Fr. W. Africa 

Nigeria (Br. W. Africa) Lagos, Nigeria 

NorUiern Rhodesia Salisbury, SouOiern 

Rhodesia 

Nossi Be Tananarive, Mada- 
gascar 

Nyasaland Protectorate Salisbury, Southern 

Rhodesia 

Orange Free State. See Union 
of South Africa, p. 14o. 

Orientale (Stanleyville) Le'opoldville, Belgian 

Pemba. See Zanzibar. Congo 

Portuguese Guinea - Dakar, Fr. W. Africa 

Principe (Prince's Islandl Luanda, Angola 

Reunion (island) Tananarive, Mada- 
gascar 



Afr J, TTf !!''^^ "''^ ^'^ ^'=°"°'"y °^ ^P^'^^' the colonies, protectorates, etc., in the continent of 

Africa and related islands are entered under Africa rather than separately under Uie names of the numerous 
political and geographical entities concerned. For the independent countries of Africa, the Union of SouUi 
Africa and certain islands near Africa, including Uiose on which there are American consular offices, 
separate entries are made under their respective names. 

^Assigned informally to the jurisdiction of the consular office indicated. 
Under British military administration until federated with Ethiopia in September 1952. 



ALLOCATION TO CONSULAR DISTRICTS 



143 



'e Division Consular District 

A FRICA- -Continued 

;olonles, protec- 

tes, etc. 

e Northern Rho- 

louthern Rhodesia. 

Madrid, Spain 

uilsh Guinea) Madrid, Spain 

dl. Trust Terrl- 

- Ellsabethville, Bel- 
gian Congo. 

3land) Capetown, Union of 

South Africa 

sland) Tananarive, Mada- 
gascar 

t. Thomas] 

Luanda, Angola 

W. Africa) Dakar, Fr. W. Africa 

id adjacent 

ands — Mombasa, Kenya 

(Br. W. Africa) - Monrovia, Liberia 
Union of. See 

)uth Africa, P- 1 jf>. 

Lfrlca (mandate) -- Capetown, Union of 
South Africa 

idesla Salisbury, Southern 

Rhodesia 
See Orientale. 

Johannesburg, 

Transvaal 

Trust Territory 

Dar-es-Salaam 

irnational zone). 

CO, p. 138. 

•. mandate) Accra, Gold Coast 

■. mandate) Dakar, Fr. W. Africa 

See Union of South 
140. 

unha (Island) Capetown, Union of 

South Africa 

Tunis, Tunisia 

1 [Oubanghi-Char] 

t. Africa) LeopoldvUle, Belgian 

Congo 
E. Africa) Nairobi, Kenya 

th Africa. See 

outh Africa, 

eluding Pemba) — Mombasa, Kenya 

ANDORRA 
; of Andorra Barcelona, Spain 



ARABIA 1 

and Protectorate - Aden 

nds Dhahran^ 

Kuwait ^ 

at) Dhahran2 



Administrative Division Consular District 

A RA BIA - - Continued 

Qjtar Dhahran* 

Saudi Arabia, Kingdom of Jidda 

Truclal Coast - Dhahran^ 

Yemen' Aden and Jidda* 

ARGENTINA 

All of Argentina Buenos Aires 

AUSTRALIA 
(Including appertaining Islands) 

State (or territory) and man- 
dated territory 

Federal Capital Territory Sydney 

Nauru (British mandate under 

Australian administration) -- Brisbane 
New Guinea, Territory of 

(Australian mandate) Brisbane 

New South Wales Sydney 

Norfolk Island Brisbane 

Northern Territory of Aus- 
tralia Adelaide 

Papua, Territory of Brisbane 

Queensland Brisbane 

South Australia Adelaide 

Tasmania Melbourne 

Victoria Melbourne 

Western Australia Perth 



AZORES 

All of the Azores (AcSres) Ponta Delgada 

BAHAMAS 
All of the Bahama Islands Nassau 



BELGIUM 

Province 
Antwerp (Anvers, Antwerpen)- Antwerp 

Brabant-- Brussels 

Flanders, East (Flandre Ori- 
entale, Oost Vlaanderen) -— Antwerp 
Flanders, West (Flandre 
Occldentale, West 

Vlaanderen) Antwerp 

Hainaut (Hainaut, Henegouw)-- Brussels 

Liege ^ (Lle'ge, Luik) Brussels 

Llmburg (Limbourg, Limburg ) Antwerp 
Luxembourg (Luxembourg, 

Luxemburg) - Brussels 

Namur (Uamur, Namen) Brussels 

BERMUDA 
All of the Bermudas Hamilton 



'enience of reference and economy of space, sultanates, kingdoms, etc. , in Arabia are entered 
I as a regional entity rather than separately under the names of the political and geographical 
erned. 

functions under the Embassy at Jidda and has no separate consular district but is authorized 

ervlces on an informal basis in the areas indicated. 

1 informally to the jurisdiction of the consular office indicated. 

cial and economic matters handled by Aden; political matters handled by Jidda. 

le first given is the form usually employed in English; the names in parentheses are (1) the French 

2) the Flemish name. 

the Cantons of Eupen and Malme'dy, which were ceded to Belgium by the Treaty of Versailles 
) the Province of Liege in accordance with a decree of Mar. 6, 1926. 



J7 V^ixntiVJi^ ditxvviv^i:/ i^Xkj X . ifxii^ 



Administrative Division 



Consular District 



BOLIVIA 
All of Bolivia La Paz 

BORNEO, BRITISH 



Brunei (a protected state) -- 
North Borneo, Colony of (in- 
cluding Labuan) 

Sarawak, Colony of 



Singapore 

Singapore 
Singapore 



BRAZIL 

State (or territory) 

Acre (ter.) Bele'm, Para 

Alagoas Recife, Pernambuco 

Amapa (ter.) Belem, Par^ 

Amazonas --- - Belem, Para 

Bahia Salvador, Bahia 

Ceara — Fortaleza, Ceara 

Distrito Federal Rio^de Janeiro 

Espirito Santo Vitoria.Espi'rito Santo 

Fernando de Noronha (island)-- Recife, Pernambuco 

Goias Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo 

Guapore' (ter.) Bel^m, Para 

Maranhao Belem, Para 

Mato Grosso Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo 

Minas Gerais Rio de Janeiro 

Para Belem, Para 

Paraiba Recife, Pernambuco 

Parana Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo 

Pernambuco Recife, Pernambuco 

Piaui' Fortaleza, Ceard 

Rio Branco (ter.) Belem, Para 

Rio de Janeiro Rio de Janeiro 

Rio Grande do Norte Recife, Pernambuco 

Rio Grande do Sul Porto Alegre, Rio 

Grande do Sul 

Santa Catarina Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo 

Sao Paulo: 

The port and municipality 
of Santos and the municipality 

of Sao Vicente Santos, Sao Paulo 

The SUte of Sao Paulo 
except the port and munici- 
pality of Santos and the 

municipality of Sao Vicente-- Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo 
Sergipe Salvador, Bahia 



BRITISH GUIANA 
All of British Guiana Georgetown 

BURMA 
All of Burma Rangoon 

CAMBODIA, KINGDOM OF 
All of Cambodia Phnom Penh 

CANARY ISLANDS 
All of Canary Islands Tenerife 

CAPE VERDE ISLANDS 
All of Cape Verde Islands Lisbon, Portugal 



Administrative Division 



Consular District 



CEYLON 
All of Ceylon Colombo 

CHILE 

Province 

Aconcagua Valparaiso 

Antofagasta Antofagasta 

Arauco Santiago 

Atacama Antofagasta 

Aysen Santiago 

Bi'o-Bio Santiago 

Cautih Santiago 

Chiloe Santiago 

Colchagua Santiago 

Concepcidn Santiago 

Coquimbo Valparaiso 

Cur icd -- Santiago 

Linares Santiago 

Llanquihue • Santiago 

Magallanes - Santiago 

Malleco--- Santiago 

Maule - Santiago 

Nuble-— Santiago 

O'Higgins Santiago 

Osorno Santiago 

Santiago -- - - Santiago 

Talca Santiago 

Tarapaca Santiago 

Valdivia Santiago 

Valparaiso Valparaiso 



CHINA 

Province 
Taiwan (Formosa) Taipei ^ 

COLOMBIA 

Province 

Departamento, intendencia, or 

comisaria 

Amazonas (com.) Bogota 

Arauca (com.) Bogota 

Antioquia (dept.) Medellm 

Atlantico (dept.) Barranquilla 

Bolivar (dept.) Barranquilla 

Boyaca (dept.) Bogota 

Caldas (dept.): 

That portion of the Depart- 
ment lying east of the Cauca 

River basin Bogota 

That portion of the Depart- 
ment not included in the 

Bogota consular district Call 

Caqueta (com.) Bogota 

Cauca (dept.) Call 

Choco (int.) 

That portion of the Inten- 
dencia lying south of a line 
drawn directly eastward 
from El Valle (included) to 

the Atrato River Call 

That portion of the Inten- 
dencia not included in the 

Call consular district Medelhn 

Cundinamarca (dept.) Bogota 

Goajira (com.) Barranquilla 



^ The British Government has undertaken to render, upon reference from the Department of State, 
certain consular services in areas of China under Communist control. 



ALLCXATION TO CONSULAR DISTRICTS 



145 



re Division 



Consular District 



COLOMBIA- -Continued 

ivince 

, intendencia, or 

isaria 

Bogota 

.pt.) Barranquilla 

Bogota 

) Call 

m.) Bogoti 

Providencia (is- 

; Caribbean) (int.)- Barranquilla 

pt.) Barranquilla 

Norte (dept.) Barranquilla 

) Bogota 

- Call 

) Bogota 

.) Bogoti 



COSTA RICA 
[^ca San Jose 

CUBA 

ovine e 
Habana 

ding the Isle of 

de Pinos)) Habana 

Habana 

Santiago de Cuba 

Habana 

Habana 

VO (NETHERLANDS WEST INDIES) 

therlands posses- 
:a9ao 



Administrative Division 



Consular District 



Curajao, N.W.I. 



CYPRUS 
and of Cyprus Nicosia 

CZECHOSLOVAKIA 
oslovakia Praha 

DENMARK 

ark except Green- 

Copenhagen 

iland- Godthaab 

DOMINICAN REPUBLIC 
ominican Republic - Ciudad Trujillo 

ECUADOR 

rovincias 

;o de Colon (Gali- 

ands)- GuayaquU 

Guayaquil 

Quito 

Guayaquil 

Quito 

Q Quito 

Quito 



ECUADOR- -Continued 

Provincias 

El Oro- - Guayaquil 

Esmeraldas--- -- Guayaquil 

Galapagos Islands (Archi- 

pi^lago de Colon) - — Guayaquil 

Guayas -- - Guayaquil 

Imbabura Quito 

Loja - Guayaquil 

Los Ri'os- -- - Guayaquil 

Manabi --- -- Guayaquil 

Pichincha Quito 

Tungurahua Quito 

EGYPT 

Governorate or Mudir^a 

Alexandria (gov.) Alexandria 

Aswan (mud.) Cairo 

Asyut (mud.) - Cairo 

Behera (mud.) Alexandria 

Beni Suef (mud.) Cairo 

Cairo (gov.) Cairo 

Canal (gov.) Port Said 

Damietta (gov.) Alexandria 

Daqahlia (mud. ) Alexandria 

Faydm (mud.) Cairo 

Frontier Districts: 

The Frontier Districts 
(Eastern Desert, Egyptian 
Libyan Desert, Dikhla and 
Khar ga Oases, etc.) except 

the Sinai peninsula Cairo 

Sinai peninsula Port Said 

Gharbia (mud.) Alexandria 

Girga (mud.) Cairo 

Giza (mud.) Cairo 

Menufia (mud.) Alexandria 

Minia (mud.) Cairo 

Qaliubia (mud.) Alexandria 

Qena (mud.) --- Cairo 

Sharqia (mud.) --- Alexandria 

Suez (gov.) Port Said 



EL SALVADOR 
All of El Salvador San Salvador 



ETHIOPIA 

All of Ethiopia Addis Ababa 

FEDERATION OF MALAYA 

Johore, State of Kuala Lumpur 

Kedah, State of Penang 

Kelantan, State of -- Penang 

Malacca, Settlement of Kuala Lumpur 

Negri Sembilan, State of Kuala Lumpur 

Pahang, State of --- - Kuala Lumpur 

Penang, Settlement of (in- 
cluding Province Wellesley)- Penang 
Perak, State of (except the 

Districts of Lower Perak, 

Batang Padang and the 

Dindings) Penang 

Perak, State of (Districts of 

Lower Perak, Batang Padang 

and the Dindirgs) Kuala Lumpur 

Perils, State of Penang 

Selangor, State of - Kuala Lumpur 

Trengganu, State of Kuala Lumpur 

[Supervisory Consulate General 

at Singapore] 



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Administrative Division 



Consular District 



FINLAND 
All of Finland Helsinki 

FRANCE 

Departement 

Aln Lyon 

Aisne Paris 

Allier Lyon 

Alpes, Basses Nice 

Alpes, Hautes Nice 

Alpes-Maritimes Nice 

Alsace. See Rhin, Bas- and 

Rhin, Haut-. 

Ardeche -- -- Marseille 

Ardennes Strasbourg 

Ariege Bordeaux 

Aube Paris 

Aude - — — Marseille 

Aveyron Marseille 

Belfort (ter.) Strasbourg 

Bouches-du-Rhone Marseille 

Calvados Cherbourg 

Cantal Lyon 

Charente Bordeaux 

Charente-Inferieure Bordeaux 

Cher Paris 

Correze Bordeaux 

Corse (island of Corsica) Marseille 

Cote-d'Or Lyon 

C6tes-du-Nord Cherbourg 

Creuse Bordeaux 

Deux-S^vres. See Sevres, 

Deux-. 

Dordogne Bordeaux 

Doubs - Strasbourg 

Drome Marseille 

Eure Le Havre 

Eure-et- Loire Paris 

Finistere Cherbourg 

Gard Marseille 

Garonne, Haute- Bordeaux 

Gers Bordeaux 

Gironde Bordeaux 

Herault Marseille 

Ille-et-Vilaine Cherbourg 

Indre Paris 

Indre-et- Loire Paris 

Isere - - Lyon 

Jura Lyon 

Landes Bordeaux 

Loir-et-Cher Paris 

Loire Lyon 

L6ire, Haute- Lyon 

Loire-Infer ieure Paris 

Loiret Paris 

Lorraine. See Moselle. 

Lot Bordeaux 

Lot-et-Garonne Bordeaux 

Lozere- — Marseille 

Maine-et- Loire Paris 

Manche Cherbourg 

Marne Paris 

Marne, Haute Strasbourg 

Mayenne Cherbourg 

Meurthe-et- Moselle Strasbourg 

Meuse - Strasbourg 

Morbihan Cherbourg 

Moselle --- Strasbourg 

Nievre Paris 

Nord Le Havre 

Oise Paris 

Orne Cherbourg 

Pas-de-Calais Le Havre 

Puy-de-Dome Lyon 



Administrative Division 



Consular District 



FRANCE - - Continued 

Departement 

Pyr^n^es, Basses Bordeaux 

Pyrenees, Hautes Bordeaux 

Pyr^n^es-Orientales Marseille 

Rhin, Bas Strasbourg 

Rhin, Haut Strasbourg 

Rhone Lyon 

Saone, Haute Strasbourg 

Saone-et- Loire Lyon 

Sarthe Paris 

Savoie Lyon 

Savoie, Haute Lyon 

Seine Paris 

Seine-Inferieure Le Havre 

Seine-et-Marne Paris 

Seine-et-Oise Paris 

Sevres, Deux Bordeaux 

Somme Le Havre 

Tarn Marseille 

Tarn-et-Garonne Bordeaux 

Var Marseille 

Vaucluse Marseille 

Vendee Bordeaux 

Vienne Bordeaux 

Vienne, Haute Bordeaux 

Vosges Strasbourg 

Yonne Paris 

FRENCH GUIANA 
All of French Guiana Martinique 



FRENCH WEST INDIES 
All of the French West Indies - Martinique 

GERMANY 

State ("Land") or Prussian province 

Anhalt u. S. S. R. Zone o 

Occupation- -not 
included in any c( 
sular district 

Baden Stuttgart 

Bavaria (Bayern); 

All of the State except the 

Palatinate (Pfalz) Munich 

All of the Palatinate 

ft'falz) Frankfort on the Ma 

Berlin (Greater Berlin area) -- Berlin 
Brandenburg (Prussian prov.), 
which includes the border 
district Posen-West Prussia 
(Grenzmark Posen-West- 
preussen) : 

That portion lying within 
the U. S. S. R. Zone of 

Occupation- u. S. S. R. Zone of 

Occupation--not i 
eluded in any con- 
sular district 
That portion which is now 

administered by Poland Warsaw, Poland 

Bremen Bremen 

Brunswick (Braunschweig) Hamburg 

Grenzmark Posen-Westpreus- 
sen. See under Branden- 
burg. 
Hamburg (Hamburg und sein 

Staatsgebiet) - Hamburg 

Hanover (Hannover) (Prussian 
prov. ) : 

That portion of the Province 



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ALLOCATION TO CONSULAR DISTRICTS 



147 



Division 



Consular District 



GERMANY--ContJnued 

Dr Prussian province 
inued 

/ing west of the 

Bremen 

m of the Province 
ying east of the 

(including 

- - Hamburg 

Frankfort on the Main 

Hessen- Nassau) 

,v.): 

'rovince except 

chmalkalden— Frankfort on the Main 

ilden (Kreis)--- U. S. S. R. Zone of 
Occupation- -not in- 
cluded in any con- 
sular district 

Prussian prov.)- Stuttgart 

Diisseldorf 

. See Prussia, 

U. S. S. R. Zone of 

Occupation- -not in- 
cluded in any con- 
sular district 

Bremen 

See Prussia, 

ate) . See under 

ommern) (Prus- 



Administrative Division 



Consular District 



ion lying within 
. R. Zone of Oc- 



ion which is now 

;d by Poland 

'russia. See 

denburg. 

names of constit- 

ces. 

t (Ostpreussen) 

Drov.), witli ^6 
pf the former 
ibezlrk West- 
tiat comprised the 
irienwerder, 
g, Rosenberg, 
1 Elbing (the 
and the Land- 



U. S. S. R. Zone of 
Occupation- -not in- 
cluded in any con- 
sular district 

Warsaw, Poland 



GERMANY- -Continued 
State ("Land") or Prussian province 

Saarland (formerly a special 
administrative district of the 

Reich) Frankfort on the Main 

Saxony (Freistaat Sachsen): 

All of the State of Saxony— U. S. S. R. Zone of 

Occupation- -not in- 
cluded in any con- 
sular district 

- U. S. S. R. Zone of 
Occupation and 
Polish Adminis- 
tration- -not in- 
cluded in any con- 
sular district 

- Bremen 



Under U. S. S. R. 
and Polish Admin- 
istration- -the Soviet 
Zone not being in 
any consular dis- 
trict and that part 
under Polish Ad- 
ministration being 
in the Warsaw con- 
sular district 



3st. See under 
irg; also Prussia, 

nee (Rheinprovinz) 

I prov.): 

irtion lying within 

one of Occupation- 

)rtion lying within 

one of Occuoation-- Diisseldorf 



Saxony (Provinz Sachsen) 
(Prussian prov.) 



Frankfort on the Main 



Schaumburg- Lippe — -- 

Schleswig-Holstein (Prussian 
prov.) 

Silesia (Prussian prov.): 

That portion lying within 
the U. S. S. R. Zone of Oc- 
cupation 



Hamburg 



U. S. S. R. Zone of 
Occupation — not in- 
cluded in any con- 
sular district 



That portion which is now 
administered by Poland Warsaw, Poland 



Thuringia (Thiiringen) • 



U. S. S. R. Zone of 
Occupation- -not in- 
cluded in any con- 
sular district 



Diisseldorf 



Stuttgart 



Westphalia (Westfalen) (Prus 

sian prov.) 

Westpreussen. See under 
Brandenburg; and also 
Prussia, East. 

Wiirttemberg 

GREAT BRITAIN 
(England, Scotland, and Wales) 
County 

Aberdeen (Scotland) -— Edinburgh, Scotland 

Anglesey (Wales) Liverpool, England 

Angus (i-orfar) (Scotland) — - """ ' '' °""* "'" 

Argyll (Scotland) 

Ayr (Scotland) 

Banff (ScoUand) 



Edinburgh, Scotland 
Glasgow, Scotland 
Glasgow, Scotland 
Glasgow, Scotland 



Bedfordshire (England)- London, England 

Berkshire (England) London, England 

Berwick (Scotland) Edinburgh, Scotland 



Brecknock (Wales) 



Cardiff, Wales 



Buckinghamshire (England) — London, England 



Bute (Scotland)-- 

Caithness (Scotland) --- 

Cambridgeshire, including the 
Isle of Ely (England)-- 



Glasgow, 
Glasgow, 



Scotland 
Scotland 



London, England 



Cardiganshire (Wales) Cardiff, Wales 



Cardiff, Wales 
Liverpool, England 



Carmarthenshire (Wales) - 

Carnarvonshire (Wales - 

Channel Islands, comprising 
Alderney, Guernsey, 
Jersey, Sark, etc Southampton, England 

Cheshire (England): 

That portion of the county 
lying west and south of a line 
drawn northwestwardly from 
Harecastle, on the Stafford- 
Cheshire boundary, to Mid- 
dlewich (included), and from 
thence to Warrington in Lan- 
cashire Liverpool, England 

That portion of the county 
not included in the Liverpool 
district Manchester, England 

Clackmannan (Scotland) Edinburgh, Scotland 




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Administrative Division Consular District 

GREAT BRITAIN- -Continued 
County 

Cornwall, including the Scilly 

Isles (England) Southampton, England 

Cumberland (England) Newcastle-on-Tyne, 

England 

Denbighshire (Wales) Liverpool, England 

Derbyshire (England) Manchester, England 

Devonshire (England) Southampton, England 

Dorsetshire (England) Southampton, England 

Dumbarton (Scotland) Glasgow, Scotland 

Dumfries (Scotland) Edinburgh, Scotland 

Durham (England) Newcastle-on-Tyne, 

England 
East Lothian (Haddington) 

(Scotland) Edinburgh, Scotland 

Ely, Isle of. See Cambridge- 
shire. 

Essex (England) London, England 

Fife (Scotland) Edinburgh, Scotland 

Flintshire (Wales) Liverpool, England 

Forfar. See Angus. 

Glamorganshire (Wales) Cardiff, Wales 

Gloucestershire (England) Cardiff, Wales 

Hampshire, including the Isle 

of Wight (England) Southampton, England 

Herefordshire (England) Cardiff, Wales 

Hertfordshire (England) London, England 

Huntingdonshire (England) London, England 

Inverness (Scotland) Glasgow, Scotland 

Kent (England) London, England 

Kincardine (Scotland) Edinburgh, Scotland 

Kinross (Scotland) Edinburgh, Scotland 

Kirkcudbright (Scotland) Glasgow, Scotland 

Lanark (Scotland) Glasgow, Scotland 

Lancashire (England): 

That portion of the county 
lying east of a line drawn 
from the point where the 
boimdary of Westmorland 
and Lancashire meets the 
sea, southwardly through 
Lancaster (included), 
Preston (included) and 
Wigan (included), to War- 
rington (excluded) Manchester, England 

That portion of the county 
not included in the Man- 
chester consular district — Liverpool. Eneland 

Leicestershire (England) Birmingham, England 

Lincolnshire (England) Manchester, England 

London (England) London, England 

Man, Isle of Liverpool, England 

Merionethshire (Wales) Liverpool, England 

Middlesex (England) London, England 

Midlothian (Edinburgh) (Scot- 
land) Edinljurgh, Scotland 

Monmouthshire (England) Cardiff, Wales 

Montgomeryshire (Wales) Liverpool, England 

Moray (Elgin) (Scotland) Glasgow, Scotland 

Nairn (Scotland) Glasgow, Scotland 

Norfolk (England) London, England 

Northamptonshire, including 
the Soke of Peterborough 

(England)- Birmingham, England 

Northumberland (England) Newcastle-on-Tyne, 

England 

Nottinghamshire (England) Manchester, England 

Orkney (Scotland) Glasgow, Scotland 

Oxfordshire (England) London, England 

Peebles (Scotland) Edinburgh, Scotland 

Pembrokeshire (Wales) Cardiff, Wales 

Perth (Scotland): 

That portion of the County 
Perth east of a line from the 
point where the Counties 
Clackmannan, Perth, and 



Administrative Division Consular District 

GREAT BRITAIN- -Continued 
County 

Perth (Scotland) --Continued 
Stirling meet, northeast to 
Blackford (excluded), north 
toGilmerton (excluded), 
thence along the Sma' Glen 
to Kinloch Rannoch (ex- 
cluded), northeast to Blair 
AthoU (excluded), and north 
to the point where the Coun- 
ties Aberdeen, Inverness, 

and Perth meet Edinburgh, Scotland 

That portion of the County 
Perth not included in the 

Edinburgh consular district- Glasgow, Scotland 
Peterborough, Soke of. See 
Northamptonshire. 

Radnorshire (Wales) Cardiff, Wales 

Renfrew (Scotland) Glasgow, Scotland 

Ross and Cromarty (Scotland) - Glasgow, Scotland 

Roxburgh (Scotland) Edinburgh, Scotland 

Rutlandshire (England) Birmingham, England 

Scilly Isles. See Cornwall. 

Selkirk (Scotland) Edinburgh, Scotland 

Shetland (Scotland) Glasgow, Scotland 

Shropshire (England) Birmingham, England 

Somersetshire (England) Cardiff, Wales 

Staffordshire (England) Birmingham, England 

Stirling (Scotland) Glasgow, Scotland 

Suffolk (England) : ■ 

Suffolk, East London, England 

Suffolk, West London, England 

Surrey (England) London, England 

Sussex (England) London, England 

Sutherland (Scotland) Glasgow, Scotland 

Warwickshire (England) Birmingham, England 

Westlothian (Linlithgow) 

(Scotland) Edinburgh, Scotland 

Westmorland (England) Liverpool, England 

Wight, Isle of (Hampshire, 

England) Southampton, England 

Wigtown (Scotland) Glasgow, Scotland 

Wiltshire (England) Southampton, England 

Worcestershire (England) Birmingham, England 

Yorkshire (England): 

York (city and county bor- 
ough) Bradford, England 

East Riding of Yorkshire — Bradford, England 
North Riding of Yorkshire: 

That portion of the admin- 
istrative county lying east of 
a line drawn from York (ex- 
cluded) northwestwardly to 
Richmond (excluded), and 
thence due north to the York- 
shire boundary Newcastle-on-Tyne, 

England 
That portion of the admin- 
istrative county not included 
in the Newcastle-on-Tyne 

consular district Bradford, England 

West Riding of Yorkshire: 

That portion of West Rid- 
ing that lies south of a line 
drawn from the point com- 
mon to the boundaries Che- 
shire, Derbyshire, and 
Yorkshire eastwardly to 
Penistone (included), 
Barnsley (included), and 
Thorne (excluded), to Goole 

(excluded) Manchester, England 

That portion of the admin- 
istrative county not included 
in the Manchester consular 
district Bradford, England 



ALLOCATION TO CONSULAR DISTRICTS 



149 



e Division 



Consular District 



GREECE 



omos, geni- 
[orm) 

manias) (the 
ia-Acarnania 
AkarnantasJ 
;er includes 
ytania (see 

3mos)> Athens 

s) Athens 

lias) Athens 

lia (Argolidos 
s) , which no 
es the eparkhia 

lea, nomos) Athens 

Athens 

, which includes 

Idra (Hydras)-- Athens 

as) Athens 

I'ou), which in- 
larkhia Viannos, 

Athens 

i), in Crete — Athens 

phallenias) Athens 

Athens 

is) Athens 

laden) Athens 

ands and Castel- 

Athens 

ts) Salonika 

which includes the 

mpia (Olmpi'as)- Athens 

athias) Verroia). 

, nomos. 

as) , which no 

les the eparkhia 

ee Magnesia, 

Athens 

Salonika 

rytanias) , for- 
Tkhi'ainAetolia- 

Athens 

-ihes) , which 
eludes the 
storia (see 

Dmos)-- — Salonika 

imon) Athens 

ditses) , former- 

iia in Trikkala -- Athens 

torias) , former- 

ii'a in Fiorina --- Salonika 

lias) Salonika 

halkidikes) , and 
;nt sinoikismos 
3 (Agion Oros) -- Salonika 

Salonika 

les) Salonika 

anias) , which in- 
the southern part 
Lhi'a Oitylon Oity- 
essenia, nomos)- Athens 
ises) , which no 
ides the eparkhfai 
.Imyros (see 

nomos) Athens 

tsethiou) , which 
icludes the 
lannos (see 

Crete Athens 

roa), except the 

nos Athens 

island Salonika 

agnesias), com- 
former eparkhiai 
os) and Almyros 
of Larissa, and 



Administrative Division Consular District 

GREECE- -Continued 

Province (Nomos, geni- 
tive form) 
Magnesia- -Continued 

the former eparkhui 

Skopelas (Skop^lou) of 

Euboea-— - Athens 

Messenia (Messenia), which 

no longer includes the eparkhia 

Olympia (see Elis, nomos), 

but includes the northern 

part of the eparkhia 

Oitylon, formerly in 

Laconia — Athens 

Pella (P^lles) Salonika 

Phokis (Phoki'dos)- Athens 

Phthiotis (Phthiotidos)-- - Athens 

Preveza (Prevezes) Athens 

Retimo (Rethymnes), in Crete- Athens 
Rodopi (Rodopes), which no^ 

longer includes the eparkhia 

Xanthe (see Xanthe, nomos)- Salonika 
Salonika (Thessaloniki) (Thes- 

salonikes ) , still including 

Emathia (Emathias) Salonika 

Samos (Samou) Athens 

Seres (Serron) Salonika 

Thesprotia (Thesprotias) Athens 

Trikkala (Trikkalon) Athens 

Xanthe (Xinthes), formerly 

an eparkhia of Rodopi Salonika 

Zante (Zakynthou ) Athens 

GUATEMALA 

All of Guatemala Guatemala 

HAITI 
All of the Republic of Haiti Port-au-Prince 

HONDURAS 

Department (or territory) 

Atlintida-- -- San Pedro Sula 

Choluteca Tegucigalpa 

Colon — San Pedro Sula 

Comayagua: 

That portion of the depart- 
ment north of latitude I403O'- San Pedro Sula 

That portion of the depart- 
ment south of latitude 14°30'- Tegucigalpa 

Copan San Pedro Sula 

Cortes San Pedro Sula 

El Parai'so Tegucigalpa 

Gracias San Pedro Sula 

Intibuca Tegucigalpa 

Islas de la Bahi'a (Bay Islands) San Pedro Sula 

La Mosquitia (ter.) San Pedro Sula 

La Paz Tegucigalpa 

Ocotepeque San Pedro Sula 

Olancho Tegucigalpa 

Santa Barbara San Pedro Sula 

Tegucigalpa— Tegucigalpa 

Valle -- -- Tegucigalpa 

Yoro San Pedro Sula 



HONG KONG 



The British colony of 
Hong Kong 



Hong Kong 



il 



HUNGARY 



All of Hungary- 



Budapest 



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Administrative Division 



Consular District 



ICELAND 
All of Iceland Reykjavik 

INDIAi 

Provinces, states, etc. 

Ajmer New Delhi 

Andaman Islands Calcutta 

Assam Calcutta 

Bhopal Bombay 

Bhutan (a border State) Calcutta 

Bihar -— Calcutta 

Bilaspur - -.. New Delhi 

Bombay Bombay 

Cochin Madras 

Cooch Behar Calcutta 

Coorg Madras 

Delhi New Delhi 

French India (including 
Karikal, Mah^, Pondichery, 

and Yanaon) Madras 

Himachal Pradesh New Delhi 

Hyderabad (informally) Bombay 

Jammu and Kashmir (in- 
formally), that part of the 
state of, under de facto con- 
trol of Indian authorities New Delhi 

Kutch Bombay 

Laccadive and Amindive Is- 
lands (including Minicoy) — Madras 

Madhya Bharat Bombay 

Madhya Pradesh Bombay 

Madras Madras 

Manipur Calcutta 

Mysore — Madras 

Nepal (an independent border 

Kingdom) - Calcutta 

Nicobar Islands Calcutta 

Orissa--- Calcutta 

Patiala and East Punjab States 

Union--- New Delhi 

Portuguese India (including 

Goa, Diu, and Damao) Bombay 

Punjab New Delhi 

Rajasthan (including Tonk ex- 
cept Tonk (Sironj)) New Delhi 

Saurashtra (including informal 

jurisdiction over Junagadh) - Bombay 

Sikkim State- Calcutta 

Tonk (Sironj)- Bombay 

Travancore- Cochin Madras 

Tripura Calcutta 

Uttar Pradesh New Delhi 

Vindhya Pradesh Bombay 

West Bengal (including 

Chandernagore and Cooch- 

Behar) Calcutta 



INDOCHINA, ASSOCIATED STATES OF = 



INDONESIA 



All of Indonesia except the 

island of Sumatra, East 

Java, and Madura; and 

also the Portuguese 

colony of Timor Djakarta 

The island of Sumatra Medan 

East Java and Madura Surabaya 



Administrative Division 



Consular District 



IRAN 



County 
The Seventh and Tenth 
Provinces and the Eighth 
Province except that part 
which lies to the Northeast 
of a line drawn along the 
meridian of 59° East 
Greenwich from the northern 
boundary of the Eighth Prov- 
ince to latitude 29° 15' 
north, and thence eastward 
along the parallel of 29° 15' 
north latitude to the bound- 
ary of Pakistan Isfahan 

The Ninth Province and that 
part of the Eighth Province 
that lies to the northeast of 
a line drawn along the meri- 
dian of 59° East Greenwich, 
from the northern boundary 
of the Eighth Province to 
latitude 29°15' north, and 
thence eastward along the 
paraUel of 29015' north lati- 
tude to the boundary of 

Pakistan- Meshed 

The Third and Fourth Prov- 
inces consisting of the 
following districts: Ardebil, 
Bijar, Khoi, Mahabad, 
Maragheh, Rezaieh, and 
Tabriz Tabriz 

The First, Second, Fifth, and 

Sixth Provinces Tehran 



IRAQ 

All of Iraq (Mesopotamia) ex- 
cept the Districts (Liwas) of 
Amara, Muntafiq, and 
Basra 

The Districts (Liwas) of 
Amara, Muntafiq, 
Basra 



Baghdad 



and 



Basra 



IRELAND (EIRE) 

County (province) in 
parentheses 

Carlow (Leinster) Dublin 

Cavan (Ulster) Dublin 

Clare (Mimster) Cork 

Cork (Munster) Cork 

Donegal (Ulster) Dublin 

Dublin (Leinster) Dublin 

Galway (Connaught) Dublin 

Kerry (Munster) Cork 

Kildare (Leinster) Dublin 

Kilkenny (Leinster) Dublin 

Leitrim (Connaught) Dublin 

Leix (Queen's) (Leinster) Dublin 

Limerick (Munster) Cork 

Longford (Leinster) Dublin 

Louth (Leinster) Dublin 

Mayo (Connaught) Dublin 

Meath (Leinster) Dublin 

Monaghan (Ulster) Dublin 

Offaly (King's) (Leinster) Dublin 



.i, 't^^ inquiries requiring correspondence with an official of an Indian state or agency should be addressed to 
the Embassy at New Delhi. 

^ See Cambodia, Laos, and Vietnam. 



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151 



! Division 



Consular District 



^ND (EIRE^— Continued 

3vince) in 
leses 

onnaught) Dublin 

It) Dublin 

ister) Cork 

ister) Cork 

inster) Dublin 

Iter) Dublin 

iter) Dublin 



IRELAND, NORTHERN 

ity 

I U-eland, com- 
ix Ulster coun- 
m, Armagh, 
anagh, London- 
'yrone Belfast 



ITALY 

npartimento) in 

n theses 

genti] (Sicllia) — Palermo 

iemonte) Turin 

,e) Rome 

te) Turin 

Druzzi (Abruzzi 

Rome 

na) Florence 

(Marche) Rome 

.) Turin 

)ania) Naples 

Bari 

3) Venice 

npania) Naples 

bardia) Milan 

a) Florence 

:ia Tridentina)-- Venice 

lardia) Milan 

e) Naples 

;gna) Rome 

Sicilia) Palermo 

Ibruzzi e Molise) Rome 
I. See Enna. 

i) Palermo 

librie) Naples 

i e Molise) Rome 

•dia) Milan 

orie) Naples 

ibardia) Milan 

ite) Turin 

iovanni] (Sicilia)- Palermo 

,ia) Florence 

?ncel (Toscana) - Florence 

.) Naples 

Florence 

line. 

zio) Rome 

ia) Genoa 

Agrigento. 

zia Giulia) Venice 

cana) Florence 

ria) Genoa 

•anto. 

) Naples 

o) Rome 

orn] (Toscana) -- Florence 

la) Florence 

rche) Rome 

ibardia) Milan 

ara (Toscana) — Florence 

lia) Naples 

lia) Palermo 



Administrative Division 



Consular District 



ITALY--Continued 

Province (compartimento) in 
parentheses 

Milano (Lombardia) Milan 

M6dena (Emilia) Florence 

Nkpoli (Campania) Naples 

Novara (Piemonte) Turin 

Nuoro (Sardegna) Rome 

Padova (Veneto) Venice 

Palermo (Sicilia) Palermo 

F>arma (Em\lia) Milan 

Pavia (Lombardia) Milan 

Perugia (Umbria) Rome 

Pesaro e Urbino (Marche) Rome 

Pescara (Abruzzi e Molise) — Rome 

Piacenza (Emilia) Milan 

Pisa (Toscana) Florence 

Pistoia (Toscana) Florence 

Potenza (Lucania) Naples 

Ragusa (Sicilia) Palermo 

Ravenna (Emilia) Florence 

Reggie di Calabria (Calabrie) - Naples 
Reggio nell'Emilia (EmMia) — Florence 

Rieti (L^zio)- Rome 

Roma (lAzioj Rome 

Rovigo (Veneto) Venice 

Salerno (Campania) Naples 

Sassari (Sardegna) Rome 

Savona (Liguria) Genoa 

Siena (Toscana) -- Florence 

Siracusa (Sicilia) Palermo 

Sondrio (Lombardia) Milan 

Spezia, La (Liguria) Genoa 

Taranto [loniol (Puglie) Naples 

Teramo (Abruzzi e Molise) — Rome 

Terni (Umbria) Rome 

Torino [Turin] (Piemonte) Turin 

Tripani (Sicilia) Palermo 

Trento (Venezia Tridentina) — Venice 

Treviso (Veneto) Venice 

Trieste, Free Territory of — Venice (informalljr) 

Udine tFriuli] (Veneto) Venice 

Varese (Lombardia) Milan 

Venezia (Veneto) Venice 

Vercelli (Piemonte) Turin 

Verona (Veneto) -- Venice 

Vicenza (Veneto) -- Venice 

Viterbo (Lazio) Rome 



JAMAICA 
All of the island of Jamaica — Kingston 

JAPAN 

Prefecture (Ken, Fu, 
or Tu) 

Aichi Nagoya 

Akita .Tokyo 

Aomori Tokyo 

Chiba -- Tokyo 

Ehime Kobe 

Fukui Nagoya 

Fukuoka — Fukuoka 

Fukushima Tokyo 

Gifu Nagoya 

Gumma Tokyo 

Hiroshima Kobe 

Hokkaido, Island of Sapporo 

Hyogo Kobe 

Ibaraki — Tokyo 

Ishikawa Nagoya 

Iwate Tokyo 

Kagawa Kobe 

Kagoshima Fukuoka 



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Administrative Division 



Consular District 




JAPAN - -Continued 

Prefecture (Ken, Fu, 
or Tu) 

Kanagawa - Yokohama 

Kitasaku gun in Nagano Tokyo 

Kochi — Kobe 

Kumamoto-- Fukuoka 

Kyoto - Kobe 

Mie- -- Nagoya 

Miyagi Tokyo 

Miyazaki - Fukuoka 

Nagano (with the exception of 

Kitasaku gun) - - Nagoya 

Nagasaki -- Fukuoka 

Mara Kobe 

Niigata - Tokyo 

Oita Fukuoka 

Okayama — - Kobe 

Osaka Kobe 

Ryukyu Islands — - Tokyo 

Saga Fukuoka 

Saitama--- - - Tokyo 

Shiga — Nagoya 

Shimane Kobe 

Shizuoka-- --- Yokohama 

Tochigi Tokyo 

Tokushima Kobe 

Tokyo - Tokyo 

Tottori - Kobe 

Toyama -- Nagoya 

Wakayama Kobe 

Yamagata -- Tokyo 

Yamaguchi -- Fukuoka 

Yamanashi --- Yokohama 



JORDAN 



All of Jordan - Amman 



KOREA 



All of Korea Seoul 



KUWAIT 

Kuwait and the Kuwait-Saudi 

Arabian Neutral Zone Kuwait 



LAOS, KINGDOM OF 
All of Laos Vientiane 

LEBANON 
All of Lebanon Beirut 

LIBERIA 

All of Liberia, and Sierra 

Leone (Br. W. Africa) Monrovia 



Administrative Division Consular District 

LIBYA 

All of Libya except Cyrenaica - Tripoli 
All of Cyrenaica Benghazi 

LIECHTENSTEIN 

The Principality of Liechten- 
stein Zurich, Switzerland 

LUXEMBOURG 

The Grand Duchy of Luxem- 
bourg Luxembourg 

MACAU 



The Portuguese colony of 
Macau 



Hong Kong 



MADAGASCAR 



Madagascar (together with the 
Comoro Islands, the Glori- 
ous Islands, and the islands 
of Nossi Be and Ste. Marie, 
and Kerguelen, Crozet, St. 
Paul, Amsterdam, and 
other island dependencies of 
Madagascar) 



Tananarive, Mada- 
gascar 



MADEIRA 
All of Madeira Funchal 

MALAYA^ 

Federation of Malaya. ^ 
Colony of Singapore. ' 

MALTA 
All of Malta - VaUetta 



MEXICO 



State (or Territory) 
Aguascalientes 



San Luis Potosi, 
Luis Potosi 



San 



Baja California (Lower Cali- 
fornia) (ter.): 

That part of Baja Califor- 
nia north of latitude 28° and 
south and west of a line 
drawn from the intersection 
of the international boundary 
and the meridian of 116° 
west longitude due south to 
the parallel of 32° north lat- 



' "Malaya" comprises the Federation of Malaya ano the Colony of Singapore. Borneo, British, is 
listed separately. 

2See Federation of Malaya. 
-"See Singapore. 



ALLOCATION TO CONSULAR DISTRICTS 



153 



Consular District 



:eXICO- -Continued 

ritory) 

jower Cali- 
Continued 

ice to a point 
)re of the Gulf 
t latitude 30° 



Tijuana, Baja Cali- 
fornia 



Baja Callfor- 
!ast of a line 
e intersection 
ional boundary 
an of 116° 

due south to 

32° north lat- 
ice to a point 
ore of the Gulf 
It latitude 30° 

- Mexican, Baja Cali- 
fornia 
; Baja Califor- 
)0 north lati- 

Guaymas, Sonora 

- --- Mexico, D. F. 

Veracruz, Veracruz 



n of the State 
a line drawn 
ira boundary 
rough Madera 
towns excluded), 
astwardly 
including, San 

3 Bio Grande -- Ciudad Judrez, Chi- 
huahua 

n of the State 
n the Ciudad 
lar district Chihuahua, Chihuahua 



m of the State 
id east of aline 
he Chihuahua 
t along the paral- 
■th latitude to a 
' north of Tanque 
lence southeast- 
;forma (excluded) 
) Cienegas (in- 
thence by a 
through a point 
Monclova to the 

joundary Piedras Negras, 

Coahuila 



m of the State 
le north, west, 
a line drawn 
!V0 Leon bound- 
ily through a 
nth of Monclova 
ing Cuatro 
ence southwardly 
iing Parras, 
eastwardly to a 
Zacatecas 
ist west of 
and thence 
catecas bound- 
lint common 
Noevo Leon, 
as 



Administrative Division 



Consular District 



Monterrey, Nuevo 
Leon 



MEXICO- -Continued 

State (or Territory) 
Coahuila: - -Continued 

That portion of the State 

bounded on the north and east 

by a line drawn from the 

Chihuahua boundary, east 

along the parallel of 28° 

north latitude to a point 

directly north of Tanque 

(excluded), thence south- 
easterly to La Reforma 

(included) and to Cuatro 

Cienegas (excluded), thence 

southwardly to Parras 

(excluded), and thence south- 

eastwardly to a point on the 

Zacatecas boundary, just 

west of Lavaderos Torreon, Coahuila 

Colima Guadalajara, Jalisco 

Distrito Federal Me'xico, D. F. 

Durango: 

That part of the State lying 
west of a line drawn from 
the [joint on the Zacatecas- 
Durango boundary where it 
is intercepted by the Tropic 
of Cancer, thence drawn 
due west to the meridian of 
105° west longitude, thence 
to St. Gregorio (excluded) 
and to Guanacevi (excluded) 
and thence due northwest to 
the Durango-Chihuahua 

boundary Mazatlan 

That part of the State lying 
east of a line drawn from the 
point on the Zacatecas-Du- 
rango boundary where it is 
intercepted by the Tropic of 
Cancer, thence drawn due 
west to the meridian of 105° 
west longitude, thence to 
St. Gregorio (included) and 
to Guanacevi (included) and 
thence due northwest to the 
Durango-Chihuahua bound- 
ary Torreon, Coahuila 

Guanajuato San Luis Potosi', San 

Luis Potosi 

Guerrero -— Mexico, D. F. 

Hidalgo Mexico, D. F. 

Jalisco: 

That portion of the State 
lying south of 22° north 
latitude and that portion 
lying north of 22o north 
latitude which is west of the 
meridian 103O30' west 

longitude Guadalajara, Jalisco 

That portion of the State 
lying north of 22° north 
latitude and east of the 
meridian of 103°30' 

longitude San Luis Potosi, San 

Luis Potosi 
Lower California. See Baja 
California. 

Mexico Mexico, D. F. 

Michoacan Mexico, D. F. 

Morelos Mexico, D. F. 

Nayarit Mazatlin, Sinaloa 



fUKtlUIN StKVlUli Llbl: JANUAHY 1, lyS^ 



Administrative Division 



Consular District 



MEXICO- -Continued 
State (or Territory) 
Nuevo Leon: 

The State of Nuevo Leon, 
except the portion that lies 
north and northwest of a 
line drawn across the State, 
through Golondrinas and 
Paras, leaving Golondrinas 
within and Paras without, the 
Monterrey consular district, 
and except that part of the 
State that lies to the northeast 
of a line drawn from El 
Chapul (in the State of 
Tamaulipas) westwardly to 
Laguna de Indies and to China 
(both excluded), thence to 
Agualeguas (included), and 
thence to Ciudad Mier (in 
the State of 



Tamaulipas) 



Monterrey, Nuevo 
Leon 



That portion of the State 

that lies north and northwest 

of a line drawn across the 

State through Golondrinas 

(excluded) and Paris 

(included) Nuevo Laredo, Ta- 
maulipas 
That part of the State that 

lies to the northeast of a 

line drawn from El Chapul 

(in the State of Tamaulipas) 

westwardly to Laguna de 

Indios and to China (both 

excluded), thence to Aguale- 
guas (included) and thence 

to Ciudad Mier (in the State 

of Tamaulipas) Revnosa, Tamaulipas 

Oaxaca Mexico, D. F. 

f>uebla Mexico, D.F. 

Oueretaro Mexico, D.F. 

Quintana Roo Merida, Yucatan 

San Luis Potosi': 

That portion of the State 

lying west of a line drawn 

due north and south through , 

but excluding, the town of 

Tamazopo (approximately 

in longitude 99025' west of 

Greenwich) - San Luis Potosi, San 

Luis Potosi 

That portion of the State 
not included in the San Luis 

Potosi consular district Tampico, Tamaulipas 

Sinaloa Mazatlan, Sinaloa 

Sonora: 

That portion of the State 
lying south of 29° north 

latitude -- Guaymas, Sonora 

That portion of the State 
lying west of 11 3o west 

longitude Mexicaii, Baj a Cali- 
fornia 

That part of the State 
bounded on the west and 
south by a line drawn from 
the international boundary 
at 110° west longitude, due 
south to the Naco-Cananea 
railway, thence along that 
railway to Cananea (the 
railway and Cananea in- 
cluded), thence in the foUow- 



Agua Prieta, Sonora 



Administrative Division Consular District 

MEXICO- -Continued 

State (or Territory) 

Sonora: - -Continued 

ing directions which are true, 

south to the latitude of 

Mututicachi, east to the 

meridian of 110° west longi- 
tude, south to the parallel 

of 290 north latitude, and 

east to the Sonora-Chihua- 

hua boundary 

That part of the State 

bounded on the east, south, 

and west by a line drawn 

from the international 

boundary line at llQOwest 

longitude, due south to the 

Naco-Cananea railway, 

thence along that railway to 

Cananea (the railway and 

Cananea excluded), thence 

in the following directions 

which are true, south to 

the latitude of Mututicachi, 

east to the meridian of 

llOo west longitude, south 

to the parallel of 29o north 

latitude, west to the meridian 

of 1130 west longitude, and 

thence north to the interna- 
tional boundary Nogales, Sonora 

Tabasco Veracruz, Veracruz 

Tamaulipas: 

That portion of the State 

that lies north and north- 
west of a line drawn from 

the international boundary 

through Ciudad Mier (ex- 
cluded) to Agualeguas (in 

the State of Nuevo Leon) — 



Nuevo Laredo, 
maulipas 



Ta- 



That portion of the State 
bounded on the east by a 
line drawn from the inter- 
national boundary at 97O40' 
west longitude in a south- 
westerly direction to El 
Chapul (included), and 
thence to Laguna de Indios 
(in the State of Nuevo Le6n), 
and bounded on the west by 
a line drawn from the in- 
ternational boundary through 
Ciudad Mier (included) to 
Agualeguas (in the State of 
Nuevo Le6n) 



Reynosa, Tamaulipas 



That portion of the State 
lying north of latitude 240 
north, except the portion 
that lies west and north- 
west of a line drawn from 
a point at latitude 24o north, 
longitude 990 ^ggj ^f Green- 
wich, due north to the bound- 
ary of Nuevo Leon, and except 
the portion that lies north 
and northwest of a line 
drawn from the international 
boundary at 9704O' west 
longitude in a southwesterly 
direction to El Chapul (ex- 
cluded) and thence to Laguna 
de Indios (in the State of 

Nuevo Leon) --- Matamoros, Tamau- 
lipas 



ALLOCATION TO CONSULAR DISTRICTS 



155 



Division Consular District 

MEXICO- -Continued 

'erritory) 
antinued 
in of the State 
24° north 



in of the State 
; and northwest 
m from a point 
o north, longi- 
: of Greenwich, 
the boundary of 



Tampico, Tamauli- 
pas 



Monterrey, Nuevo 
Leon 
Mexico, D.F. 

)f Veracruz, ex- 
lying northwest- 
tio Cazones; and 
rabasco Veracruz, Veracru . 

)f the State 
jstward of the 

Tampico, Tamaulipas 

Merida, Yucatan 

1 of the State 
t 220 north 

Guadalajara, Jalisco 

)n of the State 
a line drawn 
i south through 

uded) Monterrey, Nuevo 

Leon 

n of the State 

the Tropic of 
north of 22° ^ 

San Luis Potosi, San 

Luis Potosi 



m of the State 
■ the Tropic of 
west of a line 
i south through 
luded) 



Torreon, Coahuila 



MONACO 

;y of Monaco — Nice 

MOROCCO 
lie in Morocco - Casablanca 
lal zone of 
Spanish 
)cco, and 
Spain in 
, (principally 
elilla) Tangier 

NETHERLANDS 

ivince 

Amsterdam 

Amsterdam 

Amsterdam 

Amsterdam 

Rotterdam 

; [North 3ra- 

Rotterdam 

CNorth Hol- 
Amsterdam 



Administrative Division Consular District 

NETHERLANDS- - Continued 



Province 

Overijssel Amsterdam 

Utrecht Amsterdam 

Zeeland - - Rotterdam 

Zuid-HoUand [South Holland] - Rotterdam 



NEW CALEDONIA 



All of New Caledonia and 
dependencies (including the 
W allis Archipelago; the 
Loyalty Islands; the Huon 
Islands, Futuna and Alofi) 
and Austral Islands (Tubuai); 
Fiji Islands; Gambler Islands; 
The Gilbert and Ellice Is- 
lands Colony; Marquesas Is- 
lands; New Hebrides; Society 
Islands (including tles-sous- 
le-Vent); Solomon Islands 
Protectorate (British); Tonga, 
Kingdom of; Tuamotu Archi- 
pelago (Paumotu Archi- 
pelago) --- 



Noumea 



NEW ZEALAND 

Provincial district 

Auckland Auckland 

Canterbury Wellington 

Hawke's Bay Wellington 

Marlborough Wellington 

Nelson Wellington 

Otago, including Stewart Is- 
land --- Wellington 

Taranaki Wellington 

Wellington Wellington 

Westland --- - Wellington 



NICARAGUA 
All of Nicaragua Managua 

NORWAY 

Province (Fylke) 

Akershus Oslo 

Aust-Agder Oslo 

Buskerud Oslo 

Finnmark Oslo 

Hedmark --- Oslo 

Hordaland Bergen 

Jan Mayen (island) Oslo 

M0re: 

That portion of the Province 
known as SunnmiSre Bergen 

That portion of the Province 

known as Nordm^re Oslo 

Nordland Oslo 

Nord-Triindelag Oslo 

Opland Oslo 

Ostfold Oslo 

Rogaland --- Bergen 

Sogn eg Fjordane Bergen 

Sor-Trondelag Oslo 

Svalbard [Spitsbergen] Oslo 

Vest Agder Oslo 

Vestfold Oslo 

Telemark Oslo 

Troms Oslo 



- 52 



11 



156 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 1952 



Administrative Division 



Consular District 



PACIFIC ISLANDS ^ 

Islands, colonies, etc. 

Alofi Noumea, New Cale- 
donia 

Auckland Islands Wellington, N. Z. 

Austral Islands (Tubuai) Noumea, New Cale- 
donia 

Chatham Islands Wellington, N. Z. 

Col6n Archipelago. See Gala- 
pagos Islands. 

Cook Islands Wellington, N. Z. 

Easter Island (Isla de Pascua) Valparaiso, Chile 

Fiji Islands Noumea, New Cale- 
donia 

Futuna Noumea, New Cale- 
donia 

Galapagos Islands (Archi- 

pielago de Colon) Guayaquil, Ecuador 

Gambier Islands Noumea, New Cale- 
donia 

The Gilbert and EUice Islands 

Colony Noumea, New Cale- 
donia 

Huon Islands Noumea, New Cale- 
donia 

Iles-sous-le-Vent. See Society 
Islands. 

Juan Fernandez Islands Valparaiso, Chile 

Kermadec Islands^ Wellington, N. Z. 

Leeward Islands (Iles-sous-le- 
Vent). See Society Islands. 

Loyalty Islands Noumea, New Cale- 
donia 

Marquesas Islands Noumea, New Cale- 
donia 

Nauru (Trust Territory, 

Australian administration) - Brisbane, Australia 

New Caledonia Noumea, New Cale- 
donia 

New Guinea (Trust Terri- 
tory, Australian ad- 
ministration) Brisbane, Australia 

New Hebrides Noumea, New Cale- 
donia 

Niue Island Wellington, N. Z. 

Norfolk Island Brisbane, Australia 

Papua, Territory of Brisbane, Australia 

Pascua, Isla de. See Easter 
Island. 

Paumotu Archipelago. See 
Tuamotu Archipelago. 

Pitcairn Island Wellington, N. Z. 

Samoa, Western (Trust Terri- 
tory, N. Z. administration) - Wellington, N. Z. 

Society Islands (including 

fles-sous-le-Vent Noumea, New Cale- 
donia 

Solomon Islands Protectorate 

(Br.) Noumea, New Cale- 
donia 

Solomon Islands (of the Trust 
Territory of New Guinea, 
Australian administration) --Brisbane, Australia 

Stewart Island (N.Z.) -- - Wellington, N. Z. 

Tokelau. See Union Islands. 

Tonga, Kingdom of Noumea, New Cale- 
donia 

Tuamotu Archipelago (Pau- 
motu Archipelago) Noumea, New Cale- 

Tubuai Archipelago. See 
Austral Islands. 



Administrative Division Consular District 

PACIFIC ISLANDS--Continued 

Islands, colonies, etc. 

Union Islands (Tokelau) Wellington, N. Z. 

V allis Archipelago Noumea, New Cale- 
donia 

PAKISTAN 

Provinces, states, etc. 

Bahawalpur State Lahore 

Baluchistan harachi 

Baluchistan States Karachi 

East Pakistan, All of Dacca 

Jammu and Kashmir (in- 
formally), That part of the 
state of, not under de facto 
control of Indian authorities. Lahore 
Karachi, The Federal Area of Karachi 

Khairpur State Karachi 

North Vest Frontier Province 

and Frontier States Lahore 

Punjab Province Lahore 

Sind Province Karachi 

PALESTINE 

The City of Jerusalem and 
Arab Palestine (excluding the 
Gaza Strip) Jerusalem 

PARAGUAY 

All of Paraguay Asuncion 

PERU 

All of Peru Lima 

PfflLIPPINES, REPUBLIC OF THE 

Islands and island groups 

Balabac -- Manila 

Bohol Cebu 

Calamian group Manila 

Cebu Cebu 

Cuyo group Manila 

Leyte -- Cebu 

Luzon Manila 

Masbate --- Manila 

Mindanao Cebu 

Mindoro Manila 

Negros - Cebu 

Palawan Manila 

Panay Cebu 

Romblon Manila 

Samar Cebu 

Sulu Archipelago Cebu 

Tablas Manila 



POLAND 
All of Poland Warsaw 

PORTUGAL 

Administrative districts 

Aveiro — - Oporto 

Beja Lisbon 



^For convenience of reference and economy of space the islands, island groups, ana colonies in the Pacific 
which are served by American consular offices, are entered unaer the heading "Pacific Islands" rather than 
separately under the names of the several political entities concerned. 



ALLOCATION TO CONSULAR DISTRICTS 



157 



; Division Consular District 

PORTUGAL--Continued 

ative districts 

Oporto 

Oporto 

o Lisbon 

Oporto 

Lisbon 

,) Lisbon 

Oporto 

Lisbon 

n) Lisbon 

Lisbon 

Oporto 

Lisbon 

Lisbon 

elo - Oporto 

Oporto 

Oporto 



RUMANIA 
ia Bucharest 

\UDI ARABIA, KINGDOM OF 
\rabia Jidda 

SINGAPORE 

3f Singapore 

the Cocos or 

lands and 

; Island in the 

.an) Singapore 



Administrative Division 



Consular District 



SPAIN 

Province 

Bilbao 

Valencia 

Valencia 

Malaga 

Madrid 

Seville 

ands -- Barcelona 

Barcelona 

Bilbao 

Seville 

pt Ceuta) -- Seville 

Valencia 

iz Tangier 

I Madrid 

Seville 

- Vigo 

Madrid 

Barcelona 

Malaga 

1 Madrid 

Bilbao 

Seville 

Barcelona 

Malaga 

..- Bilbao 

Barcelona 

Bilbao 

Vigo 

Madrid 

cept Melilla) Malaga 

alaga Tangier 

Valencia 



SPAIN- -Continued 
Province 

Navarra " ^^'^'^0 

Orense ^*S0 

Oviedo - Bi'^'ao 

Palencia B^^'ao 

Palmas, Las. See Canary Is- 
lands, p. 144. 

Pontevedra Vigo 

Salamanca Madrid 

Santa Cruz de Tenerife. See 
Canary Islands, p. 14 4. 

Santander - Bilbao 

Segovia - Madrid 

Sevilla - — - Seville 

Soria Madrid 

Tarragona Barcelona 

Xeruel Valencia 

Toledo Madrid 

Valencia Valencia 

Valladolid - - - Madrid 

Vizcaya (Biscay) Bilbao 

Zamora ^^SO 

Zaragoza Barcelona 

SURINAM (NETHERLANDS GUIANA) 
All of Surinam - Paramaribo, Surinam 

SWEDEN 

Province (Lan) 

Alvsborg Goteborg 

Blekinge " Goteborg 

Gavleborg - - Stockholm 

Goteborg och Bohus Goteborg 

Gotland Stockholm 

Halland — Goteborg 

Jamtland Stockholm 

Jonkoping - Goteborg 

Kalmar — Goteborg 

Kopparberg Stockholm 

Kristianstad Goteborg 

Kronoberg Goteborg 

Malmohus Goteborg 

Norrbotten Stockholm 

brebro (except the town of 

Hallefors) Stockholm 

Hallefors Goteborg 

Ostergotland Stockholm 

Skaraborg -- Goteborg 

Sodermanland Stockholm 

Stockholm Stockholm 

Uppsala Stockholm 

Varmland Goteborg 

Vasterbotten - - Stockholm 

Vasternorrland — Stockholm 

Vastmanland Stockholm 



SWITZERLAND 

Canton 

A argau ( Argovie ) Zurich 

Appenzell, comprising Outer 

Rhodes and Inner Rhodes --- Ziirich 
Basel, comprising Baselland 
(Bale-Campagne) and Basel- 

stadt (Bale-Ville) Basel 

Bern (Berne) Bern 

Fribourg (Freiburg) Bern 

Geneva (Geneve, Genf ) Geneva 

Glarus (Claris) Zurich 

Graubiinden (Orisons) Zurich 

Luzern (Lucerne ) Ziirich 



Administrative Division 



Consular District 



SWITZERLAND--Continued 

Canton 

Neuchatel (Neuenburg) Bern 

St. Galien (St. Gall ) Ziirich 

Schaffhausen (Schaff house ) Zurich 

Schwyz Zurich 

Solothurn (Soleure) Basel 

Ticino (Tessin) Zurich 

Thurgau (Thurgovie) Zurich 

Unterwalden, comprising Nid- 
walden ( Unterwald-le-Bas) 
and Oberwalden (Unterwald- 

le-Haut) — Ziirich 

Uri Zurich 

Vaud (Waadt) Geneva 

Valais (Wallis) Geneva 

Zug (Zoug) Ziirich 

Zurich (Zurich) Ziirich 



SYMA 



All of Syria 



THAILAND 



Damascus 



All of Thailand with the exception 
of the changwads (provinces) 
under the consular jurisdic- 
tion of the Consulate at 
Chiengmai. (See below) Bangkok 



Changwads (Provinces) 

Chiengmai Chiengmai 

Chiengrai Chiengmai 

Lampang ; Chiengmai 

Lamphun Chiengmai 

Phitsanulok Chiengmai 

Phrae Chiengmai 

Mae Hong Son Chiengmai 

Nan Chiengmai 

Sukhothai Chiengmai 

Tak (north of the city of 

Myawadi) Chiengmai 

Uttaradit Chiengmai 



TIMOR 



The Portuguese colony of 
Timor 



Djakarta 



TURKEY 



Vilayet 
Adana (sometimes Seyhan) — Izmir 
Adrianople. See Edirne. 

Afyon Karahisar Izmir 

Agri (capital: Karakose) ^ Istanbul 

Amasya Istanbul 

Ankara (Angora) Istanbul 

Antalya Izmir 

Aydin Izmir 

Balikesir Istanbul 

Bilecik Istanbul 

Bingol (capital: Capak9ur)^ Istanbul 

Bitlis ^ - Istanbul 

Bolu Istanbul 

Burdur Izmir 



Administrative Division 



Consular District 



TURKEY- -Continued 
Vilayet 

Bursa (Brusa) Istanbul 

Canakkale (Dardanelles) (which 

includes the islands of 

Imbros and Tenedos) Istanbul 

Cankiri Istanbul 

Coruh (capital: Artvin) Istanbul 

Corum Istanbul 

Denizli Izmir 

Diyarbekir^ Istanbul 

Edirne' (Adrianople) Istanbul 

ElSziz 1 Istanbul 

Erzincan ^ Istanbul 

Erzurum ^ Istanbul 

Eskijehir Istanbul 

Gaziantep Izmir 

Giresun Istanbul 

Giimiisane Istanbul 

Hakkari (capital: Colemerik) - Izmir 
Hatay (capital: Antakya (An- 

tioch)) - Izmir 

Igel (capital: Mersin) Izmir 

Isparta Izmir 

Istanbul (Constantinople) Istanbul 

Izmir (Smyrna) Izmir 

Kars '■ -•- Istanbul 

Kastamonu Istanbul 

Kayseri Izmir 

Kirklareli Istanbul 

Kir$ehir Istanbul 

Kocaeli (capital: Izmit) Istanbul 

Konya Izmir 

Kiitahya Izmir 

Malatya Izmir 

Manisa Izmir 

Mara§ Izmir 

Ma. Jin Izmir 

Mugla - — - Izmir 

Mu§ ^ Istanbul 

Nigde Izmir 

Ordu -- - Istanbul 

Rize Istanbul 

Samsun Istanbul 

Seyhan. See Adana. 

Siirt — Izmir 

Sinop Istanbul 

Sivas Istanbul 

Smyrna. See Izmir. 

Tekirdag (Rodosto) Istanbul 

Tokat Istanbul 

Trabzon (Trebizond) Istanbul 

Tunceli ^ Istanbul 

Urfa Izmir 

Van 1— - - Istanbul 

Yozgat — Istanbul 

Zonguldak Istanbul 



UNION OF SOUTH AFRICA 

Province 
Cape of Good Hope: 

That portion of the I>rovince 
not included in the Port Eliza- 
beth district Capetown 

That part of the Province 
of the Cape of Good Hope 
that lies eastward of a line 
drawn from the point where 
the meridian of 25o east 
longitude intersects the 
southern boundary of the 



'The following vilayets comprise a zone east of the Euphrates which the Turkish Government excludes from 
the jurisdiction of all foreign consulates in Turkey, Agri, Bingol, BiUis, Diyarbekir, Eltziz, Erzincan, 
Erzurum, Kars, Mus, Tunceli, and Van. 



ALLOCATION TO CONSULAR DISTRICTS 



159 



e Division Consular District 

OF SOUTH AFRICA- -Continued 



iope:--Continued 
• State due to 
Litude, thence 
24° east longi- 
ence due south 

Port Elizabeth 

Durban 

tate Johannesburg, Trans- 
vaal 
Johannesburg 



IF SOVIET SOCIAUST REPUBLICS 
et Union Moscow 



URUGUAY 



Montevideo 



VENEZUELA 



ir territory) 
:.) 



o (ter.) 
ral 



Barinas. 



Caracas 

Caracas 

Caracas 

Caracas 

Caracas 

Caracas 

Caracas 

Caracas 

Caracas 

Caracas 

Maracaibo 

Caracas 

• Caracas 

• Maracaibo 

■ Caracas 

• Caracas 

■ Caracas 

• Caracas 

• Caracas 

- Maracaibo 

- Maracaibo 

- Caracas 

- Maracaibo 



WEST INDIES ^ 

Island 
Virgin Islands, 

Barbados, B. W. I. 

!ward Islands, B. 

Barbados, B. W. I. 

ward Islands, B. 

• - Barbados, 3. W. I. 

Curasao, N. W. I. 

Nassau, N. P., Ba- 
hamas 

W. I.) - Barbados, B. W. I. 

>ward Islands, B. 

.- Barbados, B. W. I. 

Iward Islands, B. 

Port-of-Spain, Trini- 
dad, B. W. I. 



L$ao) 
ids -■ 



Administrative Division Consular District 

WEST INDIES- -Continued 

Island 

Bonaire (Cura9ao) --- Curasao, N. W. I. 

Caicos Islands, Jamaica Kingston, Jamaica 

Cannouan (Windward Islands, 

B W I ) - - Port-of-Spain, Trini- 
dad, B. W. I. 
Carriacou (Windward Islands, 

B w I ) Port-of-Spain, Trini- 
dad, B. W. I. 
Cayman Islands (B. W. I.) — - Kingston, Jamaica 
Cuba. See Cuba, P. 132. 

Curagao (Curasao) Curasao, N. W. I. 

Dominica (Windward Islands, 

B w I ) Port-of-Spaln, Trini- 
dad, B. W. I. 

Dominican Republic — - Ciudad Trujlllo, D. R. 

French West Indies Martinique 

Grenada (Windward Islands, 

B w I ) Port-of-Spain, Trini- 
dad, B. W. I. 
Grenadines, The (Windward 

Islands, B. W. I.) - — Port-of-Spaln, Trini- 
dad, B. W. I. 

Haiti Port - au - Prince, 

Haiti 
Hlspanlola. See Dominican 
Republic and Haiti, 

PP- 132 and 135. 

Jamaica Kingston, Jamaica 

Jost van Dykes (Br. Virgin 

Islands, B. W. I.) --- Barbados, B. W. I. 

Mayreau (Windward Islands, 

B w I ) Port-of-Spaln, Trini- 
dad, B. W. I. 
Montserrat (Leeward Islands, 

B. w. I.) Barbados, B. W. I. 

Mustique (Windward Islands, 

B w I ) Port-of-Spain, Trini- 
dad, B. W. I. 

Nevis (Leeward Islands, B. W. 

I) Barbados, B. W. I. 

Peter (Br. Virgin Islands, B. 

W. I.) Barbados, B. W. I. 

Redonda (Leeward Islands, B. 

W. I.) Barbados, B. W. I. 

Saba (Curasao) - Curasao, N. W. I. 

St. Christopher (St. Kltts) 

(Leeward Islands, B. W. I.) Barbados, B. W. I. 

St. Eustatlus (Curajao) Curafao, N. W. I. 

St. Lucia (Windward Islands, 

B w I ) Port-of-Spaln, Trini- 
dad, B. W. I. 

St. Martin: 

The southern portion, a 
part of the Netherlands pos- 
session Curafao -- --- Curasao, N. W. I. 

The northern portion Martinique, F. W. I. 

St. Vincent (Windward Islands, 

B w I ) --- Port-of-Spaln, Trini- 
dad, B. W. I. 

Salt (Br. Virgin Islands, B. 

\f/ J-) Barbados, B. W. I. 

Tobago (B. W. I.) — — Port-of-Spain, Trini- 
dad, B. W. I. 
Tortola (Br. Virgin Islands, B. 

W. I.) Barbados, B. W. I. 

Trinidad (B. W. I.) Port-of-Spaln, Trini- 
dad, B. W. I. 



lenience of reference and economy of space the Islands, Island groups, and colonies in Oie West 
h are served by American consular offices, are entered under the heading "West Indies rather 
ely under the names of the several political entitles concerned. 
; 1 consulate on this Island. 



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FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 1952 



Administrative Division Consular District 

WEST INDIES- -Continued 
Island 

Turks Island, Jamaica Kingston, Jamaica 

Union (Windward Islands, B. 

W I ) Port-of-Spain, Trini- 
dad, B. W. I. 

Virgin Islands, British (B. W. 

I.) Barbados, B. W. 1. 

Virgin Gorda (Br. Virgin Is- 
lands, B. W. I.) Barbados, B. W. I. 



Administrative Division Consular District 

YUGOSLAVIA 

People's Republic 

Bosnia and Hercegovina Zagreb 

Croatia Zagreb 

Macedonia Belgrade 

Montenegro Belgrade 

Serbia (including the autono- 
mous province of Vojvodina 
(Voivodina) and the autono- 
mous region of Kosovo and 

Metohija) Belgrade 

Slovenia Zagreb 



4 



TARIFF OF U. S. FOREIGN SERVICE FEES' 

following Tariff of UnUed States Foreign Service Fees prescribed by the President 
luthority of section 1745, Revised Statutes, as amended (22 U S.C 127 ), shall be 
d by diplomatic and consular officers and all persons connected with embassies 
ns or consulates for official services. All charges for such services must be In 
accord^ce with this tariff, and be collected in the coin of the Umted States or at its 
entativ^value in exchange (22 U.S.C. 128^). For each and every fee where the repre- 
ve vXe in exchange is collected instead of the coin of the United States, there sha 1 
acted a sufficient amount of foreign currency to enable the officer to purchase as of 
rof coUeSn a sight draft in the'amount of the fee as P--"''-.'!,^;;!^^,,^-^ f'or any 
to the Treasurer of the United States. No fee or compensation will be collected for any 

Lrpre^s^nSd^in tWs tirif shall be charged or collected by officers for off icial serv- 
Imerican vessels or seamen (22 U. S. C. 89^). Undocumented vessels owned by 
can Citizens and vessels documented under the laws of the PhiUppme slands are „ot 
t from the payment of the fees prescribed herein. Consular agents will make the fees 
ibedTn this tariff for services to vessels and seamen a basis of collection from the 

'e7s^must°be%\Td''!radvance and before the fee stamps are canceled except in case of 
^ce out of office or of commissions where the amount cannot be determined until he 
risperformed. In the latter cases the amount of the fees shall be carefully estimated 
these cases only, the estimated cost of the service shall be deposited with the officer 
the service is performed, subject to refundment of any balance remaining. 
,py of this tariff shall be posted in a conspicuous place in diplomatic and consular 
i (22 U. S. C. 101^). 



Nature of service 



Fee 



INVOICE SERVICES 



icaUon of invoice in such number of copies as will meet the requirements of the regu- 
,ns and instructions and provide the shipper with one copy (in addition to original), in- 
ing any additional declaraUon or certificate not otherwise provided for which is required 
aw or regulations for use in connection with the entry of the wares or the forwarding ^^ 

le same in bond (see item No. 30) 

ication of invoice of returned American goods -- -"- -■-■ 

icates and declarations as above described, when issued for a shipment not covered by 
insular invoice, including declaration of foreign shipper of articles exported for ex- 
tion and return (Form No. 204) and immigrant's oath regarding teams and ^ehicles^^^^ 
in connection with quarantine regulations 

'certifki'a'tes for food and drug products or insecticides (Forms Nos. 197 and 217) — 



$2.50 
1.00 



1.00 

No fee 
1.00 



icate to extra copies of invoices, each C""t •"',. „<■ 

icate of disinfection of goods to be shipped to United States in such number of copies as 
meet the requirements of the regulations and instructions and provide the shipper with 
copy for his own use 

PASSPORT SERVICES 

ition of application for passport (no exceptions) 

ination of passport application executed before a foreign official — """1'"^^ 

ination of passport application accompanied by a certificate signed by the aPPUcant and^ 

witnesses 

of passport 

' vp Got ions " ~ 

' (a) Officers or employees of the United States traveling on official business, or mem-^ 
bers of their immediate families "11-1 

(b) Seamen ~ """ " ., ^ 

(c) Widows, children, parents, brothers, and sisters of American soldiers, sailors, 
or marines buried abroad, whose journey is for the purpose of visiting graves of^^^ 
such soldiers, sailors, or marines 

idment or verification of an American passport """" 

wal of an American passport 

''s-TmeTsd), (b), and (c) above respecting issue of passports if bearer of passport has 
status held by him at time of issue of passport. 

iition of application for registration 

of card or certificate of identity and registration " ■"" 

ution of affidavit in regard to American birth in connection with application fo'"_^egi_stJ_a_- 

n or for passport " 

certified copy of executed form for repatriation of native-born Airerican women 
jer the Nationality Act of October 14, 1940 (54 Stat. 1146; 8 U. S. C. 717 (b)) - 

ashed by Executive Order 7968 of Sept. 3, 1938, and amended "V Executive Orders 8297 of 
19, 9303 of Feb. 11, 1943, 9407 of Dec. 17, 1943, 9507 of Dec. 20, 1944, 9591 of July 21, 

767 of Aug. 9, 1946. , „ oo it o /- 

citations to the United States Code on this page are, in the 1946 edition, as follows: 22 U.S.C. 
S.C. 1202; 22 U.S.C. 1186; and 22 U.S.C. 1197. 



2.50 



1.00 
1.00 

1.00 
9.00 



No fee 
No fee 



No fee 

No fee 

5.00 



No fee 
1.00 

No fee 

1.00 



161 



Item 
No. 




10 
11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 
18 

19 
20 
21 
22 
23 



24 



25 



Nature of service 



VISA SERVICES FOR ALIENS 

Execution of application for immigration visa 

Immigration visa ■ 

Execution of application for passport visa, except where the fee has been reciprocally re- 
duced or waived under the authority of the act of February 25, 1925 (43 Stat. 976). (The 

term "passport visa" refers to the visa of a passport or other travel document) 

Passport visa, or visa of affidavit in lieu thereof, except where the fee has been reciprocally 

reduced or waived under the authority of the act of February 25, 1925 (43 Stat. 976) 

Exception-- 

Application for or the visa of the passport for any officer of any foreign government, 
or members of his immediate family, its armed forces, or of any State, district, 

or municipality thereof 

Limited entry certificate: 

Application for limited entry certificate 

Limited entry certificate 

Transit certificate: 

Application for transit certificate 

Transit certificate 

Visa of alien crew list 

Supplemental visa of alien crew list 

SERVICES TO VESSELS AND SEAMEN 

Canceled by Executive Order 9591 of July 21, 1945. 

For receiving and delivering ship's register and papers, $1 for each 100 tons or fraction 
thereof, registered measurement (net), of the vessel for which the service is performed, 
if under 1, 000 tons; but for American vessels running regularly by weekly or monthly 
trips, or otherwise, to or between foreign ports, this tonnage fee will not be charged for 
more than four trips in a year; and tonnage fees shall not be exacted for any vessel touch- 
ing at or near ports in Canada on her regular voyage from one port to another within the 
United States, unless some official service required by Jaw shall be performed (see sec. 
V-22). 

And for every additional 100 tons net or fraction thereof 

Shipping or discharging seamen, including the certificate thereof attached to crew list and 
shipping articles and given to seamen 

Authentication of copies of protests or other necessary documents for vessels or seamen 
not otherwise provided for 

Preparation and acknowledgment for vessels or seamen of any oath or declaration for which 
a form is given in the Foreign Service Regulations, or a similar necessary service not 
otherwise provided for. See item No. 7 for visa of alien crew lists 

Preparation and execution for vessels or seamen of any certificate for which a form is given 
in the Foreign Service Regulations, or similar necessary service not otherwise provided 



for 



Orders or letters for vessels or seamen for which forms are given in the Foreign Service 

Regulations, or other similar necessary service not otherwise provided for 

Recording, when necessary, for vessels or seamen any document covered by the provisions 

of the Foreign Service Regulations, for every 100 words or fraction thereof 

Noting marine protest 

Extending marine protest 

If it exceeds 200 words, for every additional 100 words 

Protest of master against charterers or freighters 

Clearance whert issued by the consul, as at free ports 

Attending an appraisement of vessel's goods or effects, for each day's attendance 

Attending sale of vessel's goods, for each day's attendance during which the sale continues - 
Attendance at a shipwreck, or for the purpose of assisting a ship in distress, or of saving 
wrecked goods or property, over and above the traveling expenses, whenever the consul's 
interposition is required by the parties interested, for each day 



MISCELLANEOUS NOTARIAL AND OTHER SERVICES 

Administering an oath and certificate thereof 

Exceptions-- 
Administering the oath of allegiance under the Nationality Act of October 14, 1940, as 
amended by the act of April 2, 1942, to a person who lost his citizenship by reason of 
military service with a country then at war with a country with which the United States 

was at war during the second World War (56 Stat. 198; 8 U.S.C. Supp. IV, 723) 

For administering the oath of allegiance under the Nationality Act of October 14, 1940, to 
a native-born American woman who lost her citizenship solely by marriage to an alien 

and whose marriage Is terminated (54 Stat. 1146; 8 U.S.C. 717 (b)) 

Administering any and all oaths required to be made by pensioners and their witnesses in 
the execution of their pension vouchers, or by persons presenting claims for pensions or 
increase of pensions, or claims for insurance or insurance allowances paid by Federal or 
a State Government, or allotments, or certifying to the competency of a local official be- 
fore whom said papers were executed, or for other services in relation thereto 



:l 



TARIFF OF UNITED STATES FOREIGN SERVICE FEES 



163 



Nature of service 



MISCELLANEOUS NOTARIAL AND OTHER SERVICES-Continued 

stering oaths or taking acknowledgments of officials or employees of the United States 
■rnment, or of any corporation in which the United States or its representative shall 
the entire outstanding capital stock, in connection with their official business or ac- 
ts 

istering oaths or taking acknowledgments, or authenticating the signatures of foreign 
ials, in connection with kinsmen's petitions for wages and effects of deceased seamen 

e American merchant marine 

vledgment of a deed or power of attorney, or similar service, including one or more 

atures, with certificate thereof, for each copy - "-" 

vledgments and authenticaUons connected with the assignment and transfer of United 
!S bonds or other United States Government financial obligations or of powers of at- 

ey therefor or to collect interest thereon " 

al and other services rendered officials of foreign governments who render gratuitously 
procal courtesies to officers (including military and naval officers) of the Government 

le United States 

ring to official character of a foreign notary or other official 

iception-- 

Authentications under authority of the United States Quarantine Regulations, in the 
form prescribed by the Department of State, certifying to official character of of- 
ficials who sign foreign deratization certificates and deratization exemption certifi- 
cates (see item No. 8) """" 

king depositions, executing commissions or letters rogatory, where the record of 

imony including caption and certificate does not exceed 500 words (excluding punctua- 



Fee 



No fee 

No fee 
$2.00 

No fee 



No fee 
2.00 



No fee 



I 

ar each additional 100 words or fraction thereof 

he foregoing fee shall cover the administration of the oath and all services of the con- 
sul as commissioner, but shall not include services of clerk, stenographer (dictation 
and typing) or typist, which shall be additional at the rate prescribed herein for copy- 

ing. 

lating or interpreting, for every 100 words of translation or fraction thereof, or for 
rpreter per hour or fraction thereof 

iregoing fee shall be collected only when it is necessary that a member of a consular 
f be detailed as translator or interpreter in the execution of a commission to take testi- 

ly- 

xc6Dtion — 
This item is not applicable to criminal cases under the act of Jime 20, 1936 (49 Stat. 

1561, 1564). 
3 (carbon copies to be charged for at the same rate as originals. This includes the 
ng of official forms where requested and where such service is not Included in any 
>r item of this tariff). 

or every 100 words or fraction thereof ' " 

ertifying to the correctness of a copy of, or extract from, a document, official or pn- 

1 ««_„._ — — — — — — — ——— — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — "■—""""""■■"•*"*""""" """"""""""" 

ach copy certified is to be considered an original, and a fee charged for the certifica- 
tion. 

xception-- . 
For the certification of a document, or copy thereof, the original of which is author- 
ized to be furnished without charge ""■■" 

lonal fee for all services contemplated by fees numbered 24, 28, 31, 32, 34, and 35, 

■n rendered elsewhere than at the consular office at the request of the interested parUes, 

each hour or fraction thereof " 

rTcoiinecnon with any service rendered outside of the consular office at the request of 
private individuals, the exact amount of the expenses actually and necessarily incur- 
red by the person rendering the service shall be collected from the persons for whom 
the service is performed in addition to the fee or fees prescribed therefor, but no 
amount in excess of the fee or fees prescribed and such actual and necessary expenses 
shall be charged or accepted, 
-ding unofficial documents in consulate upon request: 

: every 100 words or fraction thereof 

ind all services indicated in the Tariff of Fees performed for the official use of the 
/ernment of the United States; any and all notarial services, such as the administration 
aaths or the taking of acknowledgments, in connection with the execution of forms or 
er documents issued by or to be presented to any department or agency of the Govern- 
nt of the United States, the gratis performance of which is not otherwise provided for 
the Tariff of Fees; and any and all notarial services performed for members of the armed 
ces of the United States or for any civilian employees of the Government of the United 

tes 

md all services in connection with the execution of tax returns. Federal, State, Terri- 
ial, municipal, or insular 

eled by Executive Order 9507 of December 20, 1944. 

;ertifying to the correctness of copies of certificates of American origin, manufacture, 
inspection, where such services are performed upon written orders of the Secretary s^ 
ite for the purpose of advancing the export trade of the United States (see item No. 1) -- 



10.00 
.50 



1.00 



.50 
2.00 

No fee 
1.00 



,50 



No fee 



No fee 



No fee 



\bU 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 1952 



Item 
No. 



42 



43 



44 



45 
46 



Nature of service 



Fee 



47 



MISCELLANEOUS NOTARIAL AND OTHER SERVICES- -Continued 

Presenting a bill of exchange or other negotiable instrument for acceptance, payment, or 

protest, for each hour or fraction thereof outside of the consular office 

Certifying to protest and noting of a bill of exchange or other negotiable instrument and 

giving notice thereof to drawer and indorsers when requested to do so 

Any and all services performed for American citizens while outside the United States in 
preparation of ballots to be used in any primary, general, or other public elections in the 
United States, its territories, or possessions, whether Federal, State, Territorial, county, 

town, or municipal 

Certificate of Witness to Marriage (Form No. 87), in duplicate 

For taking into possession the personal estate of any citizen who shall die within the limits 
of a consular district, inventorying, selling, and finally disposing of, according to law, the 

balance due thereon for each $100 of market value or fraction thereof 

Exception-- 

No fee shall be charged on securities not negotiable by the consular officer; and evi- 
dences of debt not due and payable in the country where the decedent died. No charge 
shall be made for placing the official seal upon the personal property or effects of 
such deceased citizen or for breaking or removing such seals. 
For each certificate of protection, semsar. or certificate of employment issued at Tangier - 



$1.00 
2.00 



No fee 
1.00 



2.00 



2.00 



_;/ ^ 



INDEX OF PERSONS 



in G 

;e 

I A 

ill W - 

am P 

ur S - 

ge M 

irtC — 

;r 

sQ — 

rtie 

odger C 

nuel 

leodore C — 
lod Bishop — 

Martin 

Ralph H 

;arret G. , Jr - 

;tin --- 

e L 

am A 

■les W. , Jr --- 

libald 

or C, Jr 

r J. C 

irles C, Jr - 
u-les Wesley 

Adn M 

Wesley, Jr 

111 

;hard H 

bert W 

eo C -- 

re 

Keith E 

ert Lester 

Rachel 

Isie Aileen 

;rt Weston --- 

lourne 

;hael H. B --■ 
lliam C., Jr • 
. Rudolph 

cien D 

Itephen E 

ihn Gordon 

hard P 

filliam K 

, H. Gardner 

, Thomas W 

Richard 

ugust F 

, Cecil Viggo 
rancisco M 

, Leon 

Harold F 

, John W., Jr 

, Robert 

•, Thomas Ley 
s, Alexander I 

Ramon S 

ritz A. M 

Hard 

Alfred P 

■thur B 

•thur Potter - 

mver I 

jris H 

eanor W 

rancis O 

eorge V 

ildred E 



Page 

54 
4 
100 
88 
107 
84 
68 
122 
59 
80 
30 
78 
29 
59 
73 
47 
16 
89 
101 
25 
39 
101 
66 
86 
24 
22 
36 
83 
18 
94 
61 
108 
63 
92 
17 
3 
44 
71 
91 
90 
121 
5 
64 
36 
81 
74 
123 
80 
21 
108 
48 
127 
16 
9 
41 
120 
30 
108 
18 
66 
15 
107 
101 
22 
101 
11 
32 
77 
83 
101 
100 
31 



Page 



Patten D 

Paul H 

Richard F 

Robert M 

Roy Lee 

Rutillus H 

Thomas Gardner 

William G 

James Wallcer - 

John M 

Mildred B 



Allen, 

Allen, 

Allen, 

Allen, 

Allen, 

Allen, 

Allen, 

Allen, 

Alley, 

Allison, 

AUport, 

Alsberg, George M 

Alsterlund, Norah 

Altaffer, Leland C 

Altaffer, Maurice W 

Altbaier, Curtis Henry 

Althen, John H --- 

Amateis, Roland P 

Amerman, Arnold 

Ames, Viola C 

Amory, James F 

Amott, John Crider 

Ancrum, Calhoun, Jr 

Anderberg, Edward, Jr 
Andersen, Henry Testman 
Margaret E 

Charles A 

Charles William 



Andersen, 

Anderson, 

Anderson, 

Anderson, 

Anderson, 

Anderson, 

Anderson, 

Anderson, 

Anderson, 

Anderson, 

Anderson, 

Anderson, 

Anderson, 

Anderson, 

Anderson, 

Anderson, 

Anderson, 

Anderson, 

Anderson, 

Anderson, 

Anderson, 

Anderson, 

Anderson, 

Anderson, 

Anderson, 

Anderson, 

Anderson, 

Anderson, 

Andrew, Jack C 

Andrews, George D 

Andrews, Joseph B. , 

Andrews, Nicholas G - 

Andrews, Richard B 

Andrus, Burton C 

Angell, Keith E 

Angers, Donald Joseph 
Anglemyer, Mary 
Angotti, Joseph A 
Anner, Conrad Wilhelm 
Anschuetz, Norbert L 

Anspach, Ernst 

Anthon, Carl G 

Anthoni, Maurice H - 

Anton, Eleanore S 

Anton, Nicholas J 

Apple, Charles E --- 
Applewhite, Edgar J 



Daniel V 
Dorothy May 
Edick Al, Jr 
Edward 
Edward Cecil 
Einar Thure 
Erwin O 
Eugenie 
France, Jr 
Harry L 

Hilda M 

James F 

Lydia D --- 

Mary H 

Nels 

Nils G 

Orville C 

Oscar G 

Robert 

Robert N 

Ruth S 

Stewart G 

Vincent O 

W. Stratton, 

William O 



Jr 



Jr 



33 



6 
129 
100 
37 
128 
111 
98 
7 
12 
108 
31 
114 
76 
90 
77 
113 
4 

79 
128 
36 
101 
7 
35 
108 
15 
72 
78 
80 
91 
22 
56 
101 
80 
92 
118 
16 
100 
44 
101 
1 
90 
38 
,127 
41 
101 
42 
94 
6,79 
61 
14 
54 
101 
101 
50 
24 
113 
42 
63 
9 
112 
48 
94 
36 
94 
65 
53 
43 
114 
116 
115 
84 
29 



165 



lOO 



FOREIUN SEKVIUK LIST: JANUAKY 1, 130^ 



Appling, Hugh G 

Arbuthnot, Sadie B 

Arel, Leo A 

Arey, William Griffin, Jr - 
Armenia, Joseph Anthony - 

Armijo, Patrick Henry 

Arniitage, John A 

Armour, Norman, Jr 

Armstrong, Emory F 

Armstrong, Frederic S., Jr 

Armstrong, Hepburn T 

Armstrong, Jane P 

Armstrong, Oscar V 

Armstrong, Richard N 

Arnberg, Bertel 

Arndt, Edward John 

Arnesen, Ragnar, L. , Jr 

Arnold, Edwin P 

Arnold, Henry F 

Arnold, Robert C 

Arnold, Robert R 

Arrigona, James S 

Artamonoff, George L 

Artemis, Paul J 

Arth, Maurice P 

Arthur, Theodore S 

Ashcanase, Abe S 

Asher, John P 

Ashford, Howard J. , Jr 

Ashworth, Robert L 

Askew, Laurln B 

Askins, Charles, Jr 

Atherton, Alfred L. , Jr 

Atkins, George R 

Atkinson, Ellis, Jr 

Atkinson, George Mercer - 

Atkinson, Glenn R 

Atkinson, Kenneth B 

Atwood, George L 

Auburn, James E 

Auerbach, Joseph 

Auman, William R 

Ausland, John Campbell — 
Austin, Alvin Perrington 

Austin, William G 

Avati, Helen W 

Avent, Margaret M 

Avery, Gloria L 

Awad, William M 

Axelrod, Philip 

Aycock, J. F 

Aycock, Leroy C 

Aylward, Robert A 

Baber, Powhatan M 

Bach, Morton 

Bache, Gerald Michael 

Bachmann, Lawrence P 

Backe, Sverre M 

Backer, Allen A 

Backer, Harry G. , Jr 

Bacon, John George 

Bacon, Leonard Lee 

Bacon, Robert 

Bady, Jack H 

Bagley, Tenant Harrington 
Bagley, Worth Harrington 

Bahlmann, William F 

Bahn, Eugene Hamilton 

Bailey, E. Tomlin 

Bailey, Eldon L 

Bailey, Helen M 

Bailey, John W. , Jr 

Bailey, Marion Daniel 

Bailey, Raymond M 

Bailey,' Robert G 

Bailey, William B 

Baird, Frank A 



Page 

61 

42 

125 

86 

99 

84 

101 

22 

35 

101 

123 

101 

64 

57 

48 

34 

124 

62 

101 

77 

118 

115 

128 

44 

117 

23 

5 

121 

101 

85 

87 

91 

27 

97 

119 

81 

119 

8 

16 

126 

56 

117 

101 

88 

78 

116 

82 

122 

121 

66 

68 

99 

10 

90 

101 
77 
31 
46 
45 

123 
61 
24 
23 
81 
3 

100 
45 
54 

107 
20 
75 
59 
69 
50 

101 
23 

111 



Page 



Bajenow, Nicolas 

Baker, Arthur J 

Baker, Burton A 

Baker, Frances H 

Baker, Herbert Waldon -- 

Baker, John A., Jr 

Baker, John E 

Baker, John E 

Baker, Loyal R 

Baker, Philip D 

Bakey, Charles R 

Bakker, Cornelis J 

Balazs, William Edward ■ 

Baldwin, Charles C 

Baldwin, Charles F 

Baldwin, Curtis J 

Baldwin, LaVerne 

Baldwin, Marion A 

Baldy, Francis Hamilton • 

Ball, Harris H --■ 

Ball, Robert P 

Balla, Michael P 

Ballance, Webster Eugene 
Ballantyne, Robert Jadwln 
Ballentine, Douglass K 

Ballew, John A 

Balliet, Ellin M 

Baltazzi, Harry Warner 

Bane, David M 

Banke, Bernard C 

Banker, Anna G 

Banquer, Herbert B 

Barall, Milton 

Barat, Leon J 

Barbaro, Joseph Raphael 

Barber, John H 

Barber, Nathaniel W 

Barber, Willard F 

Barbosa, Susan H 

Barbour, Walworth 

Barcroft, Frederick J --■ 

Bardos, Arthur A 

Bargas, St. John Anthony 

Barghahn, Joseph J 

Barghoorn, Frederick C 
Barham, Richard Wendell 

Barjansky, Michael 

Barker, Dorothy M 

Barker, Freda 

Barker, George S 

Barker, James Robert 

Barnard, Robert J 

Barnes, Curtis Waldo 
Barnes, Harry G. , Jr 

Barnes, Kenneth M 

Barnes, N. Spencer 

Barnes, William 

Barnett, Arthur D 

Barnett, James Miller — 

Barnett, Kenneth M 

Barnett, Robert M 

Barnett, Vincent M. , Jr 
Barnsdale, William J — 

Barr, Richard M 

Barracks, James B 

Barrett, David D 

Barrett, John C 

Barrett, John Lafayette 

Barrett, Linton L 

Barrett, Margaret M 

Barrett, Montgomery B 

Barrett, Raymond J 

Barrow, John Ralph 

Barrows, Gwendolyn T 

Barrows, Leland 

Barry, John Stuart 

Bartch, Carl Edward — 
Bartels, George W 



INDEX OF PERSONS 



R., Jr 

,'in J 

, Curtis W 

deric P 

imas F 

iseph 

lid Richmond -- 

■rt D 

ph T -- 

F., Jr 

dF 

rion Houser — 

exis S 

ter M., Jr 

Raymond 

nily H 

in R 

im M 

n L ■ 

Vlbert P 

i Francis 

;b G - — 

iam O 

s U 

n 

hn P 

lam H 

irgaret K 

ms 

derick C. , Jr 

bD 

lester Earl 

F — 

ileen R 

Seymour W 

le Randell 

William E 

jbert M 

iUard L 

vvyn 

beth D 

-ude A. L 

5 Charles 

1 W 

ymond John — 

tlliam R 

Charles J 

rohnW 

neth Charles - 

Stewart 

ihn L 

Scott L 

leric H 

;obert H 

mrad 

aylor G 

mes O 

les P 

rd J 

ge L --- 

yH 

■s D 

O 

am A 

ndrew J 

Sidney A 

Uiam 

lencer Solon, 3d 
, William E 

ussell 

ward S 

Louis K 

:iarence W 

lelen H 

lugh S 

oseph Dilts 



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121 
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99 
115 
45 
65 
1 
29 
77 
49 
57 
41 
15 
81 
101 
22 
24 
119 
122 
88 
60 
33 
95 
84 
22 
101 
82 
64 
14 
39 
100 
35 
63 
51 
52 
121 
58 
101 
15 
128 
126 
83 
27 
101 
75 
12 
73 
63 
126 
80 
24 
55 
113 
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53 
69 
62 
97 
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Bennett, Josiah W 

Bennett, Louis Lowell 

Bennett, Walter W 

Benning, Charles H 

Benninghoff, H. Merrell 

Benoit, Leroy J 

Benoit-SmuUyan, Emile 

Benson, Barry T 

Benson, Mark Turner 

Bentley, John J 

Bentley, Norman J 

Benton, Russell W — 

Benz, John S 

Berg, Birger 

Berg, Sherwood Olman 

Berger, David C 

Berger, Frederick 

Berger, Samuel D 

Bergesen, All E 

Bergfield, Philip Broscha 

Bergson, Anthony H 

Bergus, Donald C 

Berkley, George A 

Berlin, Lawrence H 

Berman, Albert H 

Bernard, Donald W 

Bernard, Jules E 

Bernard, Sophie H 

Bernbaum, Maurice M 

Berney, Lois M 

Bernstein, Joel 

Bernstein, Meyer 

Berry, Burton Y 

Berry, Francis E 

Berry, Maurice A 

Berry, Ralph Edward 

Berry, Robert M 

Berteling, John Burke 

Berthold, Wayne Louis 

Bertram, Rudolf F — 

Berz, Lorant B 

Bethel, Paul D 

Betteley, Roy D. R 

Betts, Dale K 

Betts, John MacEwenn 

Betz, Albert L 

Bevilacqua, Charles Kenneth 

Bevis, Kenneth M 

Beyer, Ferdinand William -- 

Beyer, Roland K 

Beyerly, Harold S 

Beylard, Charles B 

Bezjian, Joseph Jacob 

Bianco, Francesco M 

Bickel, Alexander M 

Biddle, Nicholas Duke 

Bidwell, Bruce W 

Biebers, Carl, Jr 

Bieck, Robert B 

Biel, Ulrich Edward 

Biggane, Helen 

Biggs, Arthur P 

Bigler, Harold L 

Bigos, Elizabeth H 

Billings, Victor L 

Billman, James R 

Bingham, George R 

Bingham, Vida 

Bingham, William L 

Binkley, Arthur L 

Binkley, Max A 

Birch, John A 

Bird, Heber R 

Birdsall, Paul 

Birge, Walter W. , Jr 

Birgfeld, Clarence E 

Birkeland, Carl 

Birkeland, Paul M 



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13 
43 
96 
53 

71 
90 
119 
80 
101 
63 
10 
26 
118 
48 
100 
65 
115 
101 
10 
88 
39 
78 
10 
15 
33 
,114 
89 
50 
101 
75 
113 
45 
101 
88 
100 
52 
101 
13 
82 
33 
5 
50 
117 
23 
66 
13 
7 
6 
82 
11 
68 
24 
22 
29 
40 
91 
83 
101 
91 
56 
90 
98 
19 
114 
40 
76 
80 
116 
79,82 
28 
30 
96 
62 
20 
24 
14 
92 
84 



168 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 1952 



Birlauf, Genevieve J 

Birnkrant, Arthur A 

Bisbee, Royal D. , Jr 

Bisgood, Anthony 

Bishop, Barry Lee 

Bishop, Joseph W 

Bishop, Max Waldo 

Bishop, Philip W 

Bitting, Winfield W 

Black, Florence M 

Black, Harry Neil 

Black, John W 

Black, Myron L 

Black, Robert S 

Blackburn, Fred K 

Blackiston, SlatorC, Jr 

Blackman, Charles F 

Blackmun, Martin G 

Blair, Walter Scofield 

Blaisdell, Donald C 

Blake, Gilson G 

Blake, James J 

Blake, M. Williams 

Blake, Ralph J -- 

Blake, Robert Orris 

Blakslee, Samuel W 

Blanchard, Lee B 

Blanchard, Louis F 

Blanchard, Wendell 

Blanchette, Frank W 

Blanck^, W. Wendell 

Bland, Edwin A., Jr 

Bland, Thomas Franklin -- 

Blankinship, Byron E 

Blasier, Stewart Cole 

Blattberg, William 

Blaufarb, Douglas 

Blee, David H 

BleecUer, David J 

Bleistein, Fred B 

Blevins, Merrill M 

Blewett, Margaret M 

Blight, Edward M 

Bliss, Don C 

Bliss, Robert R., Sr 

Blitz, William 

Blocker, Leo Bernard 

Blocker, V. Harwood — 

Blodgett, John Q 

Blood, Archer K 

Bloodworth, Thomas S., Jr 

Bloom, Boni Victor 

Bloom, Hyman 

Bloomer, Joseph A., Jr 
Sloomfield, Alexander — 

Blue, William L 

Blum, Paul C 

Blum, Robert 

Bode, John 

Bode, Karl F -- 

Bodger, Walter Charles 

Bodine, Frank Tracy 

Boehringer, Carl H 

Boening, Vincent R 

Boerner, Alfred V 

Boernstein, Ralph A 

Bogardus, George F 

Bogart, Philips 

Bogdan, Joseph George 

Bogorad, George S 

Bohan, Merwin L 

Bohlen, Charles E 

Bohne, Frederick A 

Boisseau, Fitz P 

Boley Herman V 

BoUerud, Jack 

Bolster, Horace G 

Bolton, Kenyon C 



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43 
69 
128 
80 
39 
90 
123 
12 
31 
82 
38 
12 
17 
82 
68 
31 
65 
77 
93 
101 
6 
24 
108 
96 
112 
21 
81 
6,79 
35 
100 
96 
21 
68 
100 
117 
65 
85 
65 
43 
101 
52 
61 
10 
30 
39 
76 
80 
63 
66 
60 
53 
64 
79,82 
5 
101 
108 
111 
43 
28 
73 
67 
108 
46 
30 
62 
11 
3 
89 
122 
101 
101 
11 
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119 
11 
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21 



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Bonbright, James C. H --■ 

Bond, Charles Verne 

Bond, Eleanor Glover 

Bond, Niles W 

Bone, Robert C, Jr 

Bonesteel, Charles H. , 3d 

Bonnet, Ellis A 

Bonsai, Philip W 

Boock, Solomon 

Boone, Herbert 

Boonstra, Clarence A 

Boor, Ivan G 

Boorman, Howard L 

Booth, Charles W 

Booth, Margaret E 

Booth, Reed A 

Borell, Charles B - 

Borissevitch, Alexander 

Borum, Neal D 

Boston, Edward J 

Bostwick, Dudley Chase 

Boswell, William O 

Boswell, William Pershing 
Botsford, Clarence A — 

Bouch, Elizabeth C 

Boulware, James H 

Bourgerie, Elmer H 

Bourne, William C 

Bourneuf, Alice E 

Boutte, Guy P 

Bovey, John A., Jr 

Bowe, Martins., Jr 

Bower, Clayton H 

Bowers, Claude G 

Bowers, James E 

Bowers, Joseph G 

Bowie, John MacGregor 

Bowie, Robert R 

Bowie, Thomas D 

Bowles, Chester 

Bowling, John W 

Bowman, Heath 

Bowman, Howard A 

Bowman, Walter E 

Boxer, John H 

Boyd, James W 

Boyd, Leslie 

Boylan, Robert J 

Boyle, James Edward — 

Boyle, Kenneth R 

Braafladt, James T. O 
Bracken, Katherine W 

Braddock, Daniel M 

Bradford, Amory H 

Bradford, John P 

Bradford, Leonard G 

Braflford, Saxton E 

Bradlee, Benjamin C 
Bradley, Eric Thompson 

Bradley, Frank D 

Bradley, Holbrook 

Bradshaw, James W 

Brady, John B 

Brady, Leslie Snowden 
Brady, Thomas Anthony 

Brady, William A 

Bragan, DeWitt 

Braggiotti, D. Chadwick 

Bragonier, Reginald 

Brame, Eugene Gilbert --■ 

Bramhall, Ervin H 

Bramson, Bernard Allen 

Branch, Goodman S 

Brand, Robert A 

Brandin, Robert M 

Brandon, Howard 

Brandt, Ellis N 

Brandt, Vincent S. R --- 



INDEX OF PERSONS 



■les Wesley 

Franklin 

er H 

ir E ---r 

Karl F - 

E 

; Harper 

in P 

Id F - — • 

mce T 

liard Lee 

arles H 

:d Edwin 

lerie K 

Edgar 

■, Jacques R 

Clifford, Jr 

hard C 

,'ayne K 

les V 

n 

1 L 

sr F 

iam D 

?r C 

?rbert D 

Dbert C 

illiam L 

1 G 

rd Warner 

jrbert C 

Charles 

; O 

iam T 

lond 

per Yeates 

ra C 

larry Dale 

Waurice J 

Afilliam D 

im Vincent 

n A., 3d 

rry L 

)hn Richard 

;din 

;hur Oakley 

irence C 

ivin R 

:k David 

nes R 

ster J 

ude E -- 

ert Warren Leute 

:3eorge W 

[erman B 

chard C 

•on S 

liel 

/id 

rothy T 

lerson Innis 

lerson Milton 

mpton E 

rvey W 

len 

ward W 

Ties E., Jr 

j\es W 

m Cudd 

tin L 

seph 

irn C 

wis D 



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88 
61 
112 
112 
35 
33 
52 
80 
30 
96 
101 
101 
101 
29 
91 
63 
31 
52 
94 
59 
46 
75 
93 
128 
50 
65 
94 
93 
65 
84 
98 
116 
79 
46 
87 
16 
9 
27 
17 
2 
71 
52 
101 
14 
88 
3 
123 
87 
16 



Brown, M. Gordon 

Brown, M. Harvey 

Brown, Marguerite A --- 
Brown, Marion Eli7.abeth 
Brown, Ralph Arthur --- 

Brown, Richard K 

Robert A 

Robert Livingston 
Robert Lyle 

Robert R 

Robert Y 

Samuel C 

Stephen C 

Thomas Kite --■ 
Vincent William 

Walter J 

Willard O 

W Uiam A. , Jr 

William H 

William Thomas, 
Alberts 



9 
128 
47 
111 
89 
43 
98 
41 
3 
66 
94 
95 
114 
101 
8 
50 
37 
33 
116 
88 
91 
114 
101 
21 
128 
21 
10 



Jr 



Brown, 

Brown, 

Brown, 

Brown, 

Brown, 

Brown, 

Brown, 

Brown, 

Brown, 

Brown, 

Brown, 

Brown, 

Brown, 

Brown, 

Browne, 

Browne, Mallory 

Browne, Sidney H 

Browning, Max E 

Brubaker, Thomas F — 

Bruce, David K. E 

Bruce, John R 

Bruins, John H 

Brumbaugh, Helen H --- 

Bruner, Glen W 

Brungart, Robert R 

Brunner, Robert Otis 

Bruns, William H 

Brunton, Lionel 

Bryan, Belton O'Neal 

Bryan, Douglas V 

Bryan, Frank M 

Bryan, Jack Yeaman --- 

Bryan, Joseph Leon 

Bryant, Douglas W 

Bryant, Edward Wallace 

Bryant, Robert J 

Bryning, Lora C 

Buchanan, Earl 

Buchanan, Mary Routh - 
Buchanan, William A 

Buchholz, Ruth L 

Buckingham, Bryant 

Buell, Robert L 

Buell, William Ackerman 
Buell, William Charles 
Buerschinger, Wallace Peter 

Buffalo, Harvey A 

Buffum, William B 

Buford, Hogan F 

BuUard, Donald A - 

Bulman, William V 

Bunker, Ellsworth 

Burati, Valery 
Burdett, William C 

J. Ned Holmes 
Blandford C 
Edward West 
Harrison W 
Rowland 
Clifford K 

James 

Michael 

Thomas Edmund 
Timothy Joseph 
BurKhardt, Frederick H 
Burkholder, Marvin L 
Burn, North Clive 

Burnet, Fran^- N 

Edgar J 

Findley, Jr --- 
John H 



Jr 



Jr 



Burford, 

Burgess, 

Burgess, 

Burgess, 

Burk, S. 

Burke, 

Burke, 

Burke, 

Burke, 

Burke, 



Burns, 
Burns, 
Burns, 



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14 
111 
69 
66 
29 
30 
42 
87 
108 
115 
65 
56 
101 
32 
115 
78 
71 
50 
11 
13 
99 
59 
83 
115 
74 
20 
72 
78 
37 
108 
30 
122 
109 
40 
65 
45 
36 
87 
117 
60 
63 
86 
10 
46 
72 
77 
101 
42 
62 
63 
20 
97 
17 
51 
12 
75 
45 
1 
127 
73 
55 
112 
97 
101 
37 
56 
126 
34 
65 
76 
30 
22 
2 
89 
7 
3 
67 



I/O 



FOKKIUN StHVlLt L.1S1: JAINUAKY 1, 133Z 



Page 

Burns, Kirk L 119 

Burns, Paul - 89 

Burns, Ralph Arthur 30 

Burrows, Charles R 101 

Burrows, Walter V 45 

Bursley, Herbert S 107 

Burson, Susan Marie 54 

Burt, Joseph F 101 

Burton, Robert 128 

Burton, Robert A 63 

Bush, Frederick E 93 

Bush, Guy Louis 15 

Bushnell, Gerald S -- 35 

Bushner, RoUand H 94 

Bushwaller, William J 9 

Buskey, Paul G 85 

Busser, William F 60 

Butler, Charles Thomas 55 

Butler, Frank P 96 

Butler, James Willard 29 

Butrick, Richard P 101 

Buttenwieser, Benjamin J 25 

Butterfield, Ralph W 113 

Butterworth, W. Walton 92 

Buttes, Arsene W 101 

Buttles, Bruce 100 

Button, Jack B 73 

Buzbee, Hubert H. , Jr -- 2 

Byington, Homer M. , Jr 101 

Byington, James Gregory 63 

Byrd, Pratt 39 

Byrd, Richard W - 2 

Byrd, William H 65 

Byrne, Horace Franklin 72 

Byrne, James M 101 

Byrne, Patricia M 66 

Byrns, Kenneth A 101 

Bywater, John A 76 

Cabot, John M 19 

Cacciatore, Giacomo 75 

Cade, Ruby Eloise 86 

Cady, John G 117 

Calfery, Jefferson 17 

Cahn, Rudolf E 8 

Cain, Bruce C 101 

Cain, Ruth Jane 71 

Calahan, Robert H 23 

Calder, A. Bland 107 

Calder, Donald B 96 

Calder, F. Willard 101 

Calderhead, William D 67 

Caldwell, Charles A 88 

Caldwell, George W. , Jr --- 16 

Caldwell, James T 72 

Caldwell, Max Ray 1 

Caldwell, Robert Granville 1 

Caldwell, Robert W 73 

Caldwell, Thomas A. , Jr 124 

Caldwell, William B 86 

Caldwell, William R - 119 

Calhoun, John A 101 

Calkins, Howard W 45 

Callahan, Alfred L 88 

Callahan, George Wallace 108 

Callahan, Helen Theresa 123 

Callahan, James E 11 

Callahan, Jesse W 54 

Callahan, John A 14,17,99 

Callahan, Thomas H 36 

Callanan, Leo J 109 

Callender, John R 57 

Calvert, Cecil E 120 

Cameron, Turner C, Jr 100 

Camp, Floyd Charles 100 

Campbell, Alan L, Jr - 70 

Campbell, Donald B 80 



Campbell, James Henry 

Campbell, John C 

Campbell, John W 

Campbell, Laughlin Austin -- 

Campbell, Robert L 

Campbell, Stephen J 

Campbell, Stuart B. , Jr 

Campbell, Victor E 

Campbell, William A 

Campen, Thomas S 

Campi, Helen L 

Canaga, Bruce Livingston, Jr 

Candlin, Robert K 

Canfield, William D 

Cannon, Cavendish W 

Cannon, Claude Marcus — 

Cannon, Henry B 

Cannon, Marie Willis 

Cannon, Ruth M 

Cansler, Norman Louis 

Canter, Jacob 

Cantlon, Clifton Eugene — 

Canup, William C 

Capell, John Francis 

Capps, Hugh O. , Jr 

Caprio, Gene F 

Carew, John P 

Carey, Robert V 

Carl, George C 

Carley, Henry Royal 

Carlson, Delmar R 

Carlson, George 

Carlson, Harold 

Carlson, Herbert W 

Carlson, Roger P 

Carlson, Roy Perry Merritt 

Carlson, Stuart C 

Carnes, Cecil 

Carney, Stephen McClure — 

Carolan, Thomas J 

Carp, Bertha 

Carpenter, Gardner C 

Carpenter, Stanley Sherman 
Carpenter, William T. , Jr 
Carr, Edward Quintin, Jr 

Carr, Helen M 

Carr, Paul Bennett 

Carr, Robert M 

Carr, William Leo 

Carrigan, James 

Carrigan, John Willard 

Carrington, George B 

Carroll, John William 

Carroll, Loren 

Carroll, Roland 

Carroll, Thomas Patrick 

Carroll, Thomas W 

Carsey, William A 

Carson, Charles C 

Carter, Albert E 

Carter, James R 

Carter, Joseph 

Carter, Martha E 

Carter, Thomas T 

Carter, William H 

Carthage, Sally 

Cartwright, Vivian Allien N 

Carver, Thomas Henry 

Cash, Frank E., Jr 

Cassilly, Thomas A 

Cassin, Vernon 

Cassity, John G 

Cassoday, Eldon J 

Castillo, Jay 

Castleman, Samuel T 

Castro, Manuel C 

Caswell, Gordon Leonard 



INDEX OF PERSONS 



irdN - - 

ne L 

jrrence F 

i L — 

rles T --- 

tries, Jr 

•ederick 

ichael A 

)bert J 

m J 

hony J 

itonio 

;rt 

■C --- 

Ifred C 

tiilip H. , Jr 

>rt P 

:harles D 

nbrose E 

nes G 

i M --- 

;ric L 

S 

J, 

J] 

im A 

well 

ristian G 

erett G 

orge Harvey 

rlen M 

ymond Earl 

lodore 

man 

hester R 

tanley R 

itus S 

I F 

rtC 

is 

•R 

rt Willard 

en M 

ir P - 

larles W 

.rie-Therese 

e, David 

luelJ. , Jr - 15 

mas E 

an Joseph 

lUis B 

lerman G 

Uiam A 

Mary T 

C 

hie W 

tives 

scott 

orris B 

i, Wallace 

'alter F 

tin Paul 

Joseph S 

Stanley S --- 

1, Dale M 

L, Keld 

1, Reginald Bernard 

I, William H 

David E 

Courtlandt 

Joseph F 

[arold T 



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94 
37 
50 
10 
16 
70 
116 
122 
33 
100 
11 
76 
29 
81 
7 
11 
38 
23 
45 
32 
111 
60 
88 
116 
5 
83 
101 
50 
108 
82 
31 
87 
113 
35 
6 
31 
96 
77 
36 
101 
62 
87 
125 
101 
83 
102 
74 
116 
116 
35 
19,67, 
68,84 
76 
57 
123 
32 
125 
75 
87 
21 
64 
19 
70 
74 
53 
89 
121 
28 
38 
99 
92 
102 
73 
112 
63 
24 
24 



Christie, Trevor L 

Christopher, Robert A 

Chubbuck, Dorothy 

Church, Ellen H — 

Churchill, George T 

Chylinski, Thaddeus H 

Cist, Sarah A 

Cizauskas, Albert C 

Clampitt, Audis B 

Clark, Clyde L 

Clark, David M 

Clark, Doris I 

Clark, Dowsley 

Clark, DuWayne G 

Clark, Edward W 

Clark, Eugene Evans 

Clark, Gilbert Edward 

Clark, Harlan B 

Clark, Jack W 

Clark, James K 

Clark, Lew B 

Clark, Lewis 

Clark, Neale E 

Clark, Paul G 

Clark, Ralph G 

Clark, Robert A 

Clark, S. Wilson 

Clark, Stanley 

Clark, Thomas C 

Clark, Wallace B --- - 

Clark, William 

Clarke, Christian H., Jr -- 

Clarke, Hans Thacher 

Clarke, Ralph Sperry 

Clarke, Wallace 

Clarkin, Thomas R 

Clattenburg, Albert E. , Jr 

Clausen, Clarence A 

Clem, Harold J 

Clemens, George R 

Clement, Harry 

Cleveland, Carlton W 

Earle A 

Robert G 

Roy F. , Jr 

Stanley M 

Thomas Sherman 



Cleveland, 
Cleveland, 
Cleveland, 
Cleveland, 
Cleveland, 
Cliffe, Robert A 
Clifton, Robert W 
Cline, Ray Steiner 
Clock, Charles Philip 
Cloney, Gordon J 
Clore, Jim Martin -- 
Clough, Ralph N 
Clubb, Oliver Edmund 

Cluff, John M 

Clymer, John Fletcher 
Coale, James Johnson 
Cobb, Carroll E 
Cobb, William B. , Jr 
Cochran, Blake 
Cochran, H. Merle 
Cochran, William P. , 

Codi, Michael A 

Cody, Morrill 

Coe, Everett 

Coe, Robert D 

Coerr, Wymberley DeR 

Coffey, John P 

Coffey, John William 
Cogswell, Julius G 
Cohan, Avery B 

Cohen, Alex A 

Cohn, Fred J 

Colbert, Marvin B 
Colby, William Egan 
Colclough, Otho T 



Jr 



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121 
70 
102 
60 
46 
23 
116 
71 
HI 
93 
102 
44 
120 
15 
102 
61 
102 
102 
72 
2,84 
107 
102 
84 
123 
63 
21 
102 
117 
112 
15 
41 
1 
59 
62 
80 
11 
11 
92 
47 
112 
122 
82 
35 
20 
64 
22 
86 
91 
3 
59 
83 
102 
83 
63 
102 
1 
26 
27 
8"6 
7 
65 
71 
102 
30 
20 
68 
102 
102 
87 
60 
29 
93, 109 
14 
41 
41 
92 
16 



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Page 

Cole, Felix — - -- 102 

Cole, James L 72 

Cole, RoyW. , Jr 92 

Cole, Thomas J 24 

Cole, William D 74 

Cole, William E., Jr - 102 

Colebrook, Mulford A 11 

Coleman, Edwin S 98 

Coleman, Marion Skeen 43 

Coleman, Thomas L 117 

Coles, Flournoy H. , Jr --- 128 

Colie, Stuart E 33 

CoUaday, Montgomery H 102 

Collins, Atwood, 2d 107 

Collins, Dennis A 114 

Collins, Frank C 89 

Collins, Glenn D 82 

Collins, Hugh T -- 88 

Collins, John F ' 36 

Collins, Ralph S 97 

Collins, V. Lansing, Jr 102 

Collins, Virginia 102 

Collins, Willis Bryant, Jr - 22 

Colman, George T 9 

Colquitt, Adrian B 11 

Coltharp, Myrtis 75 

Colton, Ernest J -- 33 

Comfort, Howard 93 

Comings, Robert J 37 

Comiskey, Stephen A 63 

Compton, Arthur A 3 

Condon, Reynolds 100 

Condon, Waide M 69 

Conduras, Nicholas E 54 

Congress, Joseph 44 

Conklin, William D -- 67 

Conkright, William A 107 

Conley, James P 37 

Conley, Philip J - 76 

Coaloii, Edward J 13 

Conlon, Leo C. F 121 

Conlon, Richard Paul 77 

Conlon, Thomas F 102 

Connell, Lawrence M 50 

Coanell, Richard M 1 

Connelly, Bernard C 96 

Connelly, James R 93 

Conner, Louise 33 

Connett, William B. , Jr 64 

Conover, Carroll F 18 

Conover, Harry 21 

Conrad, Chester M 85 

Conrad, William E. F 17 

Conroy, Isabel Gladys 1 

Conroy, John J - 108 

Constan, Peter - 102 

Conway, John A 35 

Cook, Charlotte B - 119 

Cool:, Howard M -- 27 

Coo';, James A 72 

Cook, Malcom G -- 117 

Cook, Mary Jane 93 

Cook, Raymond Russel 26 

Cook, Wesley Warren 117 

Cooke, Anne Bleecker 88 

Coon, CarletonS., Jr 55 

Cooper, Harold H 59 

Cooper, Henry N 128 

Cooper, John L 127 

Cooper, Richard W 25 

Cooper, Robert Ward — 20 

Coors, Dallas M -- 102 

Cootes, Merritt N - 109 

Copans, Simon J 21 

Cope, A. John, Jr 102 

Copeland, George H 83 

Copeland, John I 68 



Copeland, Miles A., Jr 

Coray, Francis M 

Corcoran, Arthur B 

Corcoran, Thomas J 

Cordell, Edward W 

Cordner, Frank 

Core, Jesse R. , 3d 

Corfitzen, William E 

Corkran, Herbert, Jr 

Corneal, Frederick G 

Cornelis, Frank Henry 

Cornell, Wallace Gordon 

Correll, John F 

Corrigan, Gordon F 

Corrigan, Robert F 

Corry, Andrew Vincent 9, 

Cortada, James N 

Cortner, Clarence Edward 

Cory, Thomas J 

Costanzo, Henry J 

Costanzo, Joseph B 

Coster, Harry Jan 

Coster, Henry L 

Cote, Roland W 

Cottam, Howard R 

Gotten, Philip G --- 

Cotterman, Myron Lee 

Cottrell, Sterling J 

Coulson, Cutler J 

Count, Gloria H 

Counts, Robert E. L 

Courand, Claude 

Courtenaye, Richard H 

Courtney, Raymond F 

Courtney, William F 

Coverley, Harvey M 

Coville, Cabot 

Covington, William E. , Jr 77, 

Cowan, Robert T 

Coward, James S 

Cowden, Joseph M 

Cowles, Leon L 

Cowles, Miles A 

Cox, Austin Bradner 

Cox, Charles W 

Cox, Elmer 

Cox, Emily C 

Cox, Gardner F., Jr 

Cox, Hubert Charles 

Coxe, Maryette A 

Coyle, John J 

Craig, Andrew D 

Craig, John C 

Craig, John T 

Craig, Mary Margaret 

Craig, Richard James 

Craig, Thomas R., Jr 

Grain, Earl T 

Cramer, Ernest J 

Cramer, Marvin W^rd 

Crandall, Gilbert A 

Crane, James D 

Crane, Ray H 

Cranford, James R 

Crauder, Robert 

Crawford, CUiude L_ 

Crawford, Franklin'joseph 

Crawford, J. Forrest 73 

Crawford, John E 

Crawford, Malcolm n 

Cra\vford, William A 

Crawford, William R. , Jr 

Creel, Robert C 

Creighton, John 

Crespi, Leo P 

Crites, Marion V 



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102 

120 

11 

99 

36 

127 

70 

122 

23 

56 

26 

62 

65 

27 

26 

12,69, 

83,85 

102 

70 

102 

123 

102 

40 

80 

114 

74 

102 

99 

8 

94 

115 

120 

107 

17 

60 

117 

51 

11 

79,94 

45 

10 

121 

91 

93 

83 

73 

36 

23 

32 

89 

96 

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borne 

■dS., -id 

ih Parkes 

?dy M 

im J 

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Kennedy --- 

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lane M 

;h Allan 

ml T — 

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ilton C 

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Frederick J 

H. Francis, Jr 

fames C 

John Edward 

Robert H 

Robert Joseph 

Robert R 

William Joseph 

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73 
86 
81 
78 
4 
90 
95 
37 
54 
100 
15 
113 
73 
36 
127 
11 
63 
21 
70 
31 
92 
111 
108 
116 
116 
85 
80 
102 
61 
75 
97 
127 
127 
14 
31 
29 
78 
34 
93 
21 
109 
72 
4 
25 
79,94 
43 
17 
80 
124 
37 
46 
93 
127 
12 
4 
89 
61 



73 

40 

51 

107 

85 

36 

98 

25 

77 

102 

52 

23 

5 

126 

69 

62 

54 

92 



Daniells, Peter K 

Daniels, Anne 

Daniels, Paul C 

Daniels, William G 
Danielsen, Hallward A 
Danielson, James D 
Danilowicz, Edward J 
Danisch, John A — 
Darce, Virginia C — 
Darragh, Jack Bender 
Daschbach, John H 

Daudon, Rene J 

Davenport, Philip M 
Davidson, Frank P 
Davidson, James R 
DavJes, Donald M 
Davies, John, Jr 
Davies, Richard T 
Davies, Rodger P 
Davies, Stanley E 
Davies, Thomas H 
Davis, Anna Marie 
Davis, Chester E 
Davis, Dominus 

Davis, Edwin L 

Davis, Ernest Keith 
Davis, Henry Lowell 

Davis, John J 

Melton S 
Monnett B 
Nathaniel 
Richard C 
Richard H 
Robert D 
Roy L. , Jr 
Roy T. , Jr - 
Tom Lucian 
William 
Alexander J 
Robert Gates 



Davis, 
Davis, 
Davis, 
Davis, 
Davis, 
Davis, 
Davis, 
Davis, 
Davis, 
Davis, 
Davit, 
Dawes, 

Dawson, Owen L 

Day, Arthur R 

Day, Clifton H 

Day, Eugene W 

Day, Henry B 

Day, Robert Schenck 
Daymont, Laurence J 

Days, Rudolph 

Dayton, Kenneth 

Dayton, M. Leon 

Deak, Francis 

Deakyne, Harry Hartop 

Dean, David 

Emily Muriel 

James W 

Jesse D 

John Gunther 

Jonathan 

Robert William ■ 
Warren LaForest 
Morris 



Dean, 

Dean, 

Dean, 

Dean, 

Dean, 

Dean, 

Dean, 

Deane, 

Deans, Elizabeth 

Dearborn, Hamilton Q 

De Armas, Louis H 

de Baca, Horace C 

DeBardeleben, Daniel 

de Barneville, Maurice F 

DeBevoise, Eli W 

deBordeaux, Vivian O --- 

d'Eca, Raul 

Dechert, W. Cornell --■ 

Dechetelat, Enzo 

Decker, William M 

Deegan, Gordon L 

Deering, Tam 

Deerwester, Charles H 



55 



14 



117 
42 
17 
56 
38 
6 
115 
35 
38 
2 
38 
26 
12 
118 
76 
102 
102 
97 
102 
45 
10 
74 
15 
128 
82 
72 
86 
96 
114 
74 
76 
7 
102 
97 
56 
1 
40 
126 
82 
47 
102 
44 
125 
5 
9 
97 
93 
102 
25 
122 
102 
5 
64 
95 
97 
74 
116 
55 
50 
60 
112 
50 
59 
13 
98 
59 
93 
39 
99 
102 
111 
118 
71 
44 
4 
19,66, 
68,84 



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Page 

Deflandre, Dorothy Moore 6,79 

Degan, John J., Jr 63 

Degenhardt, Joseph A 21 

DeGrace, William B - -- 22 

Dehlsen, James Angelo 80 

Deibel, Paul Walter 47 

Deike, Mildred V 11 

Deimel, Henry L. , Jr 69 

De Keyserlingk, Klaus A 29 

Dekreon, Joseph J 29 

de Lambert, Richard M 13 

Delaney, Robert Finley 75 

De Leiris, Gilles 122 

Delgado-Arias, D. Eugene 80 

de Lima, David A 7 

De Lisio, Frank A 22 

Delitala, Claudlo 42 

Delmonico, Gabriel D 55 

Delp, Dewain L 125 

Delree, Andree F 6 

DeMarco, Michael A 14 

Dembo, Morris 96 

Dembski, Edward J 37 

Demetriou, George J 99 

Deming, Olcott H 108 

Dempsey, John M 117 

Dempsey, Wallace G 40 

Denbo, Robert Wayne 2,84 

Denby-Wilkes, Charles, Jr 118 

De Neufville, Lawrence 111 

Dengler, Herbert F 46 

Denison, Carol H 32 

Denney, Clark 43 

Dennis, Alfred P 76 

Dennis, Earl Monroe, Jr 16 

Dennis, John M 63 

DePalma, Joseph P. , Jr 95 

Deren, Bernard F 72 

Derrick, Marvin A 17 

Derry, Charles H - 102 

Desautel, Fred J 123 

Deshotels, Isom 126 

Desmond, Richard C 24 

de Souza, Waldemar P 9 

Desser, Abraham A 102 

Detwiler, Harry Lee 53 

Deuss, Edward L 33 

Deutsch, Martin 70 

Deutschman, Paul E 114 

Devine, Frank James 98 

Devine, John E 102 

Devlin, Donald C - 124 

Dexter, Albert J - 122 

Dexter, John B 63 

Deyman, Philbert 100 

de Zengotita, Juan 60 

Diamond, Jay George 17 

Dibble, Philo 18 

Dibrell, Edwin R 119 

Dibrell, James Anthony 8 

Dick, Harrison L 19 

Dickens, Fred William 7 

Dickerson, Charles E., Jr 7 

Dickerson, George E 36 

Dickins, Randolph, Jr 22 

Dickinson, Dwight 107 

Dickman, Francois M 14 

Dickmeyer, John Thomas 88 

Dickson, Donnell 46 

Didlo, Raymond O 54 

Di Domenico, Peter 75 

Diebold, Peter B 52 

Dieter, Henning B 40 

Dietrich, Ethel B - 111 

Dietrich, Werner G 53 

Dietz, George J 107 

Dietz, William E 49 



Diffley, Peter J 

Diggle, Arthur Vernon 

Diggs, Roberta B 

Dilley. Charles A 

Dilley, Sara Margaret 

Dillon, Thomas P 

Dimeo, Beatrice M 

Dimmer, John P. , Jr 

Disher, Leo S. , Jr 

Disney, Stanley A 

Dix, Adele 

Dix, Charles Albert 

Dixon, John W 

Dizard, Wilson P. , Jr 

Doane, Leone 

Dobrenchuk, Stephen A 

Dobyns, Edward Perrin 

Dockterman, Dorothy 

Dockterman, Minnie 

Dodds, Alan H 

Dodge, Henry W 

Dodge, John Doane 

Dodson, Joseph Curtis 

Doerflinger, William M 

Doering, William F 

Doggett, Clinton L 

Dokken, Nyal C 

Dolan, Donald Weston — 

d'Olive, Gene C 

Dolling, Elsie C --- 

Don, Stuart W 

Donald, Richard H 

Donihi, Robert M 

Donnell, JohnC, Jr 

Donnelly, Edward Francis 

Donnelly, Walter J 

Donner, Joseph W 

Donohue, Gerard A 

Donohue, Rosella A 

Donovan, Andrew E. , 2d 

Donovan, Eileen R 

Donovan, George F 

Donovan, Howard 

Donovan, John W 

Donovan, Thomas A 

Doran, Lawrence 

Doran, Lawrence W 

Dorman, Edgar Anthony 

Dorman, John 

Dorr, Hayes Ashton 

Dorr, Robert J 

Dorr, Russell H 

Dorros, Leon G 

Dorsay, Elmer S 

Dorsz, Edmund J 

Dougherty, John S 

Dougherty, Joseph L 

Dougherty, Warren G 

Douglas, A. Hugh, Jr 

Douglas, Paul W 

Douty, Kenneth 

Dow, Edward A., Jr 

Dow, Hugh D 

Dow, Roger J. W 

Dowd, Robert Arthur 

Dowland, Robert E 

Dowling, Walter C 

Downs, Alfred E 

Downs, Donald P 

Doyle, Albert M 25,1 

Doyle, Harry J 

Doyle, JohnF., Jr 

Doyle, Walter B 

Doyle, William Hurley 

Doyle, William Lewis 

Drake, Leland R 

Drake, Russell P 



INDEX OF PERSONS 



175 



ick Gaylord 

H — — 

/ John 

rt B - 

rrie Elizabeth 

Kenneth 

enry 

nd F 

rd V 

3 T -- 

Don J 

a A -- 

jrett F 

B 

Edward 

sse A 

s H 

e 

IR 

Howard 

Donald 

as J. . Jr 

f J 

m R 

Jiddle --- 

ohn 

lict J 

r Lansing 

E — 

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ter G 

Id Carl 

thy D 

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ler 

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, W 

)mas John 

J 

jn F 

ridge 

sle 

Lucile 

1 Albert 

/I ■ 

:e Allison 

id S — — 

ul F - - — - 

■ence K 

Sheridan 

am Edward 

Elizabeth 

Uiam L., Jr 

nH., Jr 

•t R 

bertW 

el D 

chill C 

rt c 

Helen 

idore 

hn A 

Id D 

rge W 

Charles F 

Ollie Gertrude 

Jdward T 



Page 

125 
61 
5 
1 
85 
43 
77 
77 
73 
114 
102 
82 
4 
69 
38 
68 
15 
50 
24 
18 
79 
36 
75 
99 
109 
16 
91 
20 
80 
107 
63 
80 
51 
78 
17,99 
24 
93 
115 
85 
27 
74 
45 
70 
99 
55 
60 
113 
32 
116 
102 
41 
82 
86 
60 
96 
54 
92 
113 
tl 
Ifc 
87 

32 
94 
93 
14 
77 



28 
8 

40 

38 
117 
102 
9 
114 
108 

40 



Edwards, Charles W 

Edwards, Einar 

Edwards, Horace Y 

Edwards, Irwin Griffith 

Edwards, John Quincy 

Edwin, Edward Maurice 

Egan, William John C 

Egerman, Mary Leone 

Egerton, Katherine A. H 

Egger, Franz F 

Eggleston, John W ''"' 

Egnation, James Frank 

Ehrlich, Sherwyn L 

Ehrman, Robert William 

Eicher, Joseph A 

Eichholz, Robert B 

Eichhorn, Frederick J., 3d 

Eide, RichardB 

Eilers, Xavier W 

Eilts, Hermann F 

Einstein, Henry - 

Eisenberg, Robert 

Ekern, Halvor O 

Ekstrand, W. T 

Ekstrom, Arne H 

Elbot, Hugh George 

Elbrick, C. Burke 

Eldridge, Luella 

Eldridge, Richard 

Elegant, Herman 

Eliot, Theodore L. , Jr 

Elliot, Ethel 

Elliot, James A 

Elliott, Herbert B 

Elliott, Virgil M 

Ellis, Frank J. T 

Ellis, Hazel T 

Ellis, Jane 

Ellis, Lewis N 

Ellis, Overton G. , Jr 

Ellis, Perry 

Ellis, Virginia 

Ellsworth, George A 

Elmore, Vincent M., Jr 

Elrod, Warrick E. , Jr 

Elsbernd, Lawrence Bernard 

Eltlng, Howard, Jr 

Elwood, Robert Bailey 

Ely, Richard R 

Emerick, Charles M 

Emerlck, Lee George 

Emerson, James P 

Emmerson, John K 

Emmons, Arthur B. , 3d 

Emmons, Baird E 

Ender, Herbert 

Enderton, Herbert B 

Engdahl, Elizabeth Lee 

Engesser, William R 

England, Frank 

Engle, James Bruce 

Englesby, Thomas Harold 

English, Clifton P 

English, Mildred E ' 

Ennis, David S 

Epifanio, Mary C 

Eppes, Marion Henry 

Epstein, Lenore A 

Epstine, Eugene J 

Erb, Theodore Henry 

Erdoes, Frank Francis 

Erdreich, Emll 

Erlccson, Emily Alice 

Erickson, Carl J., Jr "- 

Ericson, Richard A., Jr 

Ericsson, H. Lloyd 

Erion, George L 

Erner, Charles L 



Page 

96 
33 
45 
97 
96 
54 
43 
33 
60 
49 
,79,94 
28 
29 
70 
29 
74 
64 
85 
11 
63 
42 
59 
4 
128 
113 
26 
59 
125 
20 
27 
12 
33 
71 
67 
16 
90 
18 
95 
62 
84 
102 
11 
61 
15 
50 
81 
102 
102 
87 
48 
48 
128 
102 
102 
102 
89 
17 
72 
28 
5 
76 
15 
3 
32 
52 
25 
66 
118 
29 
16 
26 
33 
74 
9 
108 
41 
47 
117 



Ernst, David H 

Ernst, Philip 

Erstein, Richard 

Erwin, John D 

Erwin, Wallace Moore 

Eshleman, Milton H 

Eskildsen, Clarence R 

Eslinger, Ernest L 

Espy, James 

Esquivel, Gilbert F 

Esterline, John Hanly 

Esies, Thomas S 

Esieves, Vernon R 

Ethridge, Robert, Jr 

Etzkorn, Paul J 

Evans, Asa L 

Evans, David L 

Evans , Edwin Ben 

Evans, Gillespie S 

Evans, James G 

Evans, John G 

Evans, John H 

Evans, Joseph R 

Evans, Joseph Simpson, Jr -• 

Evans, William Ashby 

Eveland, Wilbur C.,Jr 

Everett, Robert James 

Eversole, Henry O., Jr 

Ewlng, Gordon A 

Ewing, Richard T 

Exnicios, Marshall O 

Eyler, Helen Louise 

Eyster, Ralph K 

Fagerholm, Gustav 

Faherty, Robert 

Fahs, Ned C 

Fair, Eugene Robert 

Fairweather, Jane 

Faison, Lane S. , Jr 

Fales, Herbert P 

Falk, Kurt --- 

Falkner, Charles W 

Fallin, Ferdinand J 

Falzone, Michael A 

Farinholt, Larkin R 

Farmer, Garland Roscoe, Jr 

Farmer, Herbert F 

Farnsworth, Frederick E 

Farrell, Michael A 

Farrell, Samuel J 

Farrens, Don Sherman 

Farringer, Dale E 

Farrior, John M 

Farris, Stephen C 

Fasteau, Irving Jack 

Favell, Thomas R 

Feehan, Gordon F 

Feirk, Donald H 

Feiler, Eric 

Feinstein, Harry 

Feld, Nicholas 

Feldman, Arthur W 

Fellman, Harold W 

Fellows, Lawrence P 

Fendig, Philip Franklin — 

Feaimore, Edward C 

Ferber, David I 

Ferguson, C. Vaughan, Jr - 

Ferguson, Charles B 

Ferguson, Marjorie F — 
Fernandez, Fernanda J — 
Ferrell, Hubert Forrest — 

Ferrin, Charles S 

Ferris, Walton C 

Feuerhelm, Verna M 

Fidel, E. Allen 

Field, Oliver T 



n 



Page 

70 

65 

66 

68 

83 

36 

127 

65 

2 

86 

70 

102 

114 

120 

122 

66 

J, 19 

84 

102 

70 

71,119 

82 

93 

119 

2,87 

73 

23 

120 

32 

13 

77 

42 

126 

38 

114 
12 
53 
70 
30 
28 

129 
36 
56 
77 
59 

102 

89 

10 

3 

122 
51 
98 
94 
76 
21 
91 
49 
52 
46 
66 

102 
16 
32 
^A 

108 
75 

102 

102 

18 

76 

2,87 

122 

81 

107 

114 

75 

28 



Fielden, Bert S 

Fields, Curtis P., Jr 

Finch, Charles C 

Fine, Sidney N 

Finger, Seymour M 

Finkle, Dan F 

Finley, Carl M 

Finley, Harold D 

Finn, Richard B 

Finn, William G 

Finne, Florence H 

Finnell, James 

Fiore, Caesar F 

Fippin, William H 

First, Woodrow Wilson 

Firth, Frank 

Fischer, Helene E. W 

Fischer, Richard Victor 

Fishburne, John I 

Fisher, Alan 

Fisher, Dorsey Gassaway — 

Fisher, Frederic Russell 

Fisher, John W 

Fisher, Wayne W 

Fisher, William D 

Fisk, Ernest H 

Fitch, Richard Edwin 

Fite, Harry H 

Fitzer, William S 

Fitzgerald, John F 

Fitzpatrick, Edward D 

Fitzpatrick, James T 

Fitzwilliam, Morgans 

Flaata, Harold 

Flach, Edna T - 

Flack, Joseph 

Flaherty, Edmund M 

Flaherty, Joseph E 

Flake, Wilson C 

Flanagan, Peter J 

Flanagan, Thomas 

Flanegin, Robert Leland 

Flatau, Jack A 

Fleck, Benjamin A 

Flegal, Austin F. , Jr 

Fleischer, George 

Fleischer, Jack M 

Fleischner, Donald R 

Fleisher, Wilfrid 

Fleming, Col 

Fleming, Andrew C 

Fleming, Philip B 

Fleming, Robert I 

Flershem, Robert G 

Fletcher, Samuel J 

Flexer, Fayette J 

FUnet, Arne T 

Flinn, Dennis A 

Flinner, Charles F 

Flint, James C 

Flohr, Earle G 

Flood, Douglas 

Flood, Francis A 

Flott, Frederick W., Jr — 
Flott, Frederick William, Jr 
Flournoy, William E., Jr — 

Flower, James H 

Fluckey, Eugene Bennett 

Flynn, John T 

Flynn, Leo A 

Flynn, Thomas Joseph — 

Fodor, Marcel W 

Foerster, Adolph W 

Fogarty, Edelen 

Foley, Arthur D 

Foley, Edward R 

Foley, Gerard Steven — 
Foley, Marion C 



raOEX OF PERSONS 
Page 



incis 49 

- 34 

11 

80 

50 

23 

51 

Jr — 50 

29 

- 117 

- 83 

27 

85 

Jr 69 

Jr 3 

125 

15 

79 

86 

123 

111 

103 

83 

- 111 

30 

103 

--- 40 

18,64, 

73,78 

34 

7,83 

72 

— - 6 

91 

30 

- 46 

75 

75 

10 

54 

10 

18 

24 

11 

49 

9 

53 

82 

28 

11 

113 

67 

22 

73 

56 

77 

74 

27 

..-•--. 117 

99 

74 

87 

74 

2 

30 

3 

59 

74 

123 

51 

3 

63 

— 96 

80 

40 

77 

117 



Froistad, Wilmer M 
Fromer, Julian P 

Frost, Lyle G 

Frye, Albert Myrton 
Frye, Theodore R 
Fuchs, Clarence A — 

Fuess, John C 

Fulcher, Delmas — 
Fulghum, Carl Whitney 
Fuller, Alexander S. C 
Fuller, Ambrose — 
Fuller, Horace W 
Fuller, Leon Webber - 
Fuller, Theodore A 
Fuller, William P. , Jr 

Fullmer, Jacob 

Furst, Walter C 



Gabbert, Jack B 

Gaberman, Harry -- — 

Gahagen, Robert D 

Gahn, Lawrence A 

Gaiduk, Ronald A 

Gaines, Stanley H 

Galambos, T. Andrew 

Galassi, Mario Curry 

Galbraith, Francis J 

Galbraith, Willard 

Galbfalth, William Jackson 

Galling, Walter A 

Gallman, Waldemar J 

Gallo, Louis A 

Galloway, Robert E 

Galloway, William J 

Gamache, Albert C 

Gamon, David L 

Gamson, Arthur L 

Gannett, Michael R 

Gans, Juanita Shaw 

Gans, Martha Ann 

Ganse, Leonard Joseph 

Gantenbein, James W 

Grntt, Paul A --- -— 

Gardiner, George B. , Jr 

Gardiner, John P 

Gardiner, Nona L 

Gardner, Edwin L 

Gardner, Fentress 

Gardner, Francis Hartt 

Gardner, Margaret K 

Gardner, Walter David 

Garlock, William J 
Garnett, Christopher B. , Jr 

Garrett, Glenn E 

Garrett, Julian Anthony 

Garrett, Zinn Bedford 

Garrison, Arthur M 

Garrison, Edward Rhey 

Gartner, Murray 

Garver, Carl P 

Garvey, James A 

Garvey, Leo W 

Garwood, Edgar E., Jr 

Gary, Willis J -- 

Gaspard, Jerome T 

Gasser, Francis R 

Gaston, Arthur D 

Gatch, JohnN., Jr 

Gates, Edward C 

Gates, Frank James 

Gates, Walter B 

Gatewood, Richard D 

Gatsos, John Peter 

Gaudin, Daniel, Jr 

Gaul, Edward R 

Gauntlett, John Harris 
Gausmann, William C 



177 

Page 

43 

91 
76 
48 
69 
27 
103 
128 
41 
103 
41 
65 
25 
62 
80 
47 
30 



84 
39 
98 
88 
36 
53 
7 
96 
103 
103 
85 
53 
96 
22 
124 
60 
85 
74 
88 
103 
30 
37 
47 
90 
127 
28 
108 
85 
43 
51 
11 
60 
94 
47 
43 
33 
86 
51 
51 
49 
114 
100 
97 
82 
43 
90 
83 
85 
12 
63 
100 
49 
8 
19 
121 
73 
8 
90 
J13 



Gauthier, Jeanne M 

Gavin, Thomas A 

Gavin, Thomas Edward 

Gavrisheff, Ellen 

Gayer, John H 

Gayne, Homer George 

Geber, Anthony 

Gebuhr, Carl L 

Geerken, Forrest K 

Gehrels, Franz 

Geib, Horace V — 

Geier, Paul E 

Geist, Justus John 

Gelston, Robert B 

Gendelman, Oscar P — 

Gensemer, Jack Paul 

Gentner, Leo Francis — 

George, John S 

George, Phil B. , Jr 

George, Philip 

George, Scott 

George, William C 

Geppert, Richard D 

Gerber, Margaret A 

Geren, Paul F 

Gerhard, Frederick W. , Jr 

Gerhardt, Harrison 

Gerlach, Edgar Martin 

Gernert, Paul James 

Gerrity, Charles M 

Gert, Gerard M 

Gertz, Jack A 

Gervasi, Frank H 

Getsinger, Norman Wilson 

Getz, John I 

Gibbons, Robert J 

Gibbs, Russell L 

Giblin, William H. C 

Gibson, Raleigh A 

Gibson, Ramon M 

Gibson, William G 

Gibson, William M 

Gidden, Culver E 

Gidney, Charles C, Jr 
Giers, Henry Webster — 

Giesecke, Albert A 

Giesecke, Fritz H 

Gifford, Walter S 

Gikas, Thomas 

Gilbert, Charles 

Gilbert, Milton 

Gilchrist, Huntington — 

Gill, Louis L 

Gillen, James F. J 

Gillespie, Frank W — 

Gilley, Riley Clayton 
Gillis, Allan H 
Gilmore, Donald Young 
Gilmore, Eugene A., Jr 

Gilsinn, David L 

Gilstrap, Sam P 

Girolamo, Thomas D — 

Giroux, Jean M 

Gist, Justie E 

Gist, Russell H 
Githens, Melbourne L 

Given, Eric 

Glaesner, Philip J. W — 

Glass, Robert J 

Glass, Walter H 

Glassford, Margaret Phelps 

Glazer, Seymour H 

Glazier, Ezekiel L 

Gleason, Ralph 

Gleeck, Lewis E., Jr — 
Gleichman, Hanns E — 
Glenn, Norah E 



Page 

14 
36 
77 
9 
43 
67 
42 
92 

103 
30 
71 
75 
41 
57 

115 

100 
59 
79 

115 

127 
74 
16 
90 
5 
94 
62 
25 
39 
39 
86 
26 
64 

122 
18 
99 
69 
91 

116 
86 
39 
70 

103 
81 
72 
29 
87 
4 
59 
37 

103 

112 

117 

122 
27 
2,84 
49 
88 
24 

103 

98 

27 

8 

116 
74 

121 

26 

4 

8 

103 
56 

100 
89 
27 

126 

103 
42 
66 



Gleysteen, Culver 

Glore, Harry Francis 

Glover, Robert Gordon 

Gluck, Max 

Gnade, Richard E 

Godfredsen, Svend Aage — 

Godfrey, George H 

Godfrey, Richard A 

Godley, G. McMurtrie 

Godley, Harry Gabriel 

Godson, Joseph 

Goedhard, Neil 

Goehring, William H 

Goen, Neil M 

Goeser, John H 

Goetcheus, Robert A 

Goetz, Paul 

Goinga, Cornells J. H 

Goiran, Roger 

Golay, John Ford 

Goldenberg, Leon 

Goldman, Loren Lee 

Goldsmith, Curt S 

Goldsmith, Howard C 

Goldstandt, Carol Sands 

Goldstein, Gerald . 

Goldstein, Harold 

Goldstein, Hyman 

Goldy, Daniel L 

GoU, Christian John 

Gomes, Lloyd H 

Gomez, Ana M 

Gomez, Rudolph H 

Gonzalez, Raymond E 

Gooch, Winslow L 

Goodman, Henry A 

Goodman, Herbert I 

Goodman, Leo M 

Goodman, Mac 

Goodnight, James A 

Goodpasture, Ann L 

Goodridge, Benjamin F 

Goodwin, Ellis M 

Goodwin, Irma Bryant 

Goodwin, Richard John Grove 

Goodyear, John 

Goplen, Orville Harris 

Gordhamer, John W 

Gordon, Allen D 

Gordon, Bartley P 

Gordon, Edna C 

Gordon, Francis X 

Gordon, Herbert 

Gorman, James Francis 

Gorrell, Juan L 

Gossard, Harry C 

Gosser, William R 

Gossett, John G 

Gottlieb, Lester Jack 

Gough, John D 

Gough, Leo Aloysius 

Gould, Bernell F 

Gould, David Fraser 

Gould, Harry G 

Gould, James W 

Gould, John 

Goulden, James J 

Gowen, Franklin C 

Grabiel, Ruth R 

Grady, James F 

Graf, Jack 

Graham, Harold W 

Graham, Helen V 

Graham, Pierre R 

Graham, Robert B. , Jr 

Graham, Zelma S 

Graling, Francis J 



INDEX OF PERSONS 



)ld M 

derick M 

man H. , Jr 

lolas 

E - 

L - 

Archie 

y 

X M 

jC 

George 

Tie C 

la 

ge M 

jel E 

am P. E 

I'ayne 

ice U 

B - 

ti A. L - --- 

rD --- 

S - - - 

eW -- 

•eB 7, 

S - — 

; Floyd 

lall 

d — 

t L 

■y Mae 

uart 

im J 

.Ivord John 

lonse A 

les Robert 

=ph N., Jr 

imes L 

alfordR., Jr 

lian C 

onard Roy 

Jilbert C 

a „ « — — — — 

am E 

sha I 

arold 

es 

lliam Wendall 

iton 

ert Francis 

ed Lawrence 

Earl 

)bert 

homas E 

Pies P 

Harry 

Raymond Allen 

gr H 

Albert W. J 

nklin N 

inC, Jr -- 

Philip 

Tt W 

:tor 

, William J 

rhomas A 

1, Ernesto S 

!odore E 

Morton P 

ustin A 

car H 

1 L - - 

rnard A 

1, Manfred 

!ne 



Page 

60 
79 
123 
66 
121 
46 
25 
63 
18 
21 
27 
38 
88 
11 
113 
47 
20 
82 
4 
18,19 
115 
99 
107 
11 
23,79,93 
42 
54 
92 
21 
127 
10 
4 
126 
14, 19,66, 
68,81,84 
81 
80 
103 
40 
95 
9 
60 
65 
123 
96 
33 
86 
21 
99 
91 
23 
109 
33 
103 
52 
51 
124 
26 
4 
40 
108 
54 
18 
6 
97 
107 
67 
67 
7 
34 
32 



1 

103 

12 

42 

128 



Guiiiey, John E. , Jr 

Guinn, Paul S 

GuUion, Edmund A 

Gunter, John W 

Gunther, Trude 

Gurney, F. Taylor 

Gurney, Samuel C. , Jr 

Gurow, George 

Guse, Martha A 

Gustin, James R 

Guthrie, Robert L 

Gutierrez, Ernest B 

Guzzardi, Walter Peter, Jr 
Gwynn, Robert P 



Haahr, James C 

Haaker, Elsie C 

Haarstad, James R 

Haas, MarlLn F 

Haas, Ward J 

Habberton, John 

Habib, Philip C 

Habicht, Hermann R 

Hackett, Joe 

Hadary, Gideon 

Haddix, Paul V 

Haddow, J. Paxton 
Hadraba, Theodore J -- 
Haerlng, George J 
Haeusserman, Ernst H - 

Hagan, John Logan 

Hagan, Richard C 
Hagberg, Gordon P — 
Hager, Alice Rogers --- 
Haggerty, John J 
Hagstette, Edgar John C. 

Hahn, Bradley' 

Hajjar, Fred 

Hale, Oron J 

Hale, Robert F 

Hale, William H 

Halferty, Guy 

Hall, Aura Claire 

Hall, Carlos C 

Hall, Claude H. , Jr --■ 
Hall, Donald Brennen --■ 

Hall, Donald H 

Hall, Glenn F 

Hall, Harold E 

Hall, John R 

Hall, Lawrence J 

Hall, Leonard R 

Hall, Margaret Esther - 

Hall, Opal --- -- 

Hall, Pierson M 

Hall, Ralph Herbert -- 

Hall, Sylvester A 

Hall, Theo Elmer 

Hall, Thomas R 

Hall, Warren G 

Hallahan, Thomas J -- 

Haliam, Malcolm P -- 

Halleran, Martha C -- 

Halliday, Robert Jay -- 

Halsema, James Julius 

Hamer, Burlin B 

Hamilton, Fillmore F 

Hamiltonj 

Hamilton, 

Hamilton, 

Hamilton, 

Hamilton, 

Hamlette, 



Jr 



John L 

Maxwell M — 

McHenry, Jr 

Richard T 

Robert Frank — 

Harry L 

Hamlin, John N 

Hammir, Conrad Harold --- 
Hammond, Henry Schweitzer 
Hammond, Leigh Mead 



179 

Page 

69 
114 

99 

59 

32 

72 

74 
126 
103 

95 

41 

81 

71 

80 

46 
37 
31 
124 
60 
125 
84 
35 
47 
125 
45 
8 
95 
107 
4 
8 
39 
70 
6 
100 
34 
78 
20 
47. 
65 
3 
64 
56 
12 
23 
53 
77 
18 
2 
103 
125 
62 
98 
4 
55 
94 
61 
35 
109 
5 
62 
62 
44 
17 
64 
97 
46 
72 
103 
87 
49 
112 
19 
17 
28 
8 
25 



lOV^ 



Hammons, Jackson Thomas 

Hancock, Robert A 

Hand, John J 

Handley, William J 

Hanes, JohnW., Jr 

Haney, Albert R 

Haney, Robert C 

Haney, Roland F 

Hanley, J. Daniel 

Hanley, Paul T 

Hanna, Roy Ira 

Hanna, Willard Anderson — 

Hannah, Norman B 

Hannaman, Forrest S — 

Hanney, Andrew E 

Hannon, Stuart L 

Hansen, John Melvin 

Hansen, Carl Roger 

Hansen, Harold D 

Hansinger, Michael J — 

Hansmeier, Martin P — 

Hanson, Charles M. , Jr --- 

Hanson, Edward B 

Haraldson, Wesley Clifford - 

Harbcn, William N 

Harberson, Cecil R 

Harbison, Eleanor R 

Harbison, John E 

Harbordt, Edwin M 

Harcourt, Gustave 

Hardage, William H 

Hardie, Roberts 

Harding, Alfred 

Harding, Justin W 

Harding, Robert William --■ 

Hardy, Nicholas 

Hardy, William, Jr 

Hare, Donald E 

Hare, Raymond A 

Hargrove, John E 

Haring, John H 

Haring, Philip E 

Harkins, Charles H 

Harkness, Albert, Jr 

Harlan, John G. , Jr 

Harlan, Robert H 

Harmon, William R 

Harndeii, Peter G 

Harnit, Jessie L 

Harper, Edward M 

Harper, Howard Franklin - 

Harper, Joel W. C 

Harper, Lawrence M 

Harper, Talbot Edward — 
Harrell, Raymond Lee — 

Harriman, JohnW 

Harrington, Davis O 

Harrington, Julian F 

Harrington, William S 

Harris, Charles M 

Harris, Donald M 

Harris, Eugene V 

Harris, Fred Joseph 

Harris, George M 

Harris, John Robert 

Harris, Lee V 

Harris, Michael S 

Harris, Russell L 

Harris, Walter William, Jr 

Harris, William E 

Harris, William P 

Harrison, David S 

Harrison, Helen Louise — 
Harrison, Landreth M 

Harrison, Randolph 

Harshbarger, Elmer T 
Hart, Alexander A. , Jr 



Page 



4 

69 

15 
103 

44 

12 

22 

50 
100 

76 

77 

71 

94 

39 

11 

51 

88 

49 

85 

72 
124 

93 

18 
109 

35 

122 

103 

121 

18 

27 

75 
127 

63 

41 

11 

103 

117 

12 

,100 

65 
7 

24 

125 
98 

117 
79 
82 

113 

23 

5 

121 

120 
88 
62 
15 

111 
24 
87 
76 

120 
51 
70 
41 

126 
54 
99 
28 
76 
64 

128 

38 

4 

117 
20 

103 
96 

119 



90 



Hart, Boies C, Jr 

Hart, Earl L 

Hart, Parker T 

Hart, Peter H - - 

Hart, Walton C 

Hart, William B 

Hart, William Irving 

Hart, William M 

Hartel, Alexander 

Harting, Harry L 

Hartman, Arthur A 

Harvey, Constance R 

Harvey, Elbert B 

Haseltine, Marshall 

Haselton, Norris S 

Haskins, Enrique D'Hamel 

Hastings, Arthur C., Jr 

Hatch, Andrew C 

Hatcher, Pierce E 

Hathcock, James S 

Haughton, Clifton B 

Hauser, Frederick H. , Jr 

Havlik, Hubert F 

Hawes, Philip R 

Hawes, Wesley F 

Hawk, Margaret I 

Hawkins, Everett D 

Hawkins, Richard H., Jr 

Hawkins, William N 

Hawley, Franklin 

Hawley, John Chadwick 

Hawthorne, Carl O 

Hayden, Lyle J 

Hayes, Samuel P. , Jr 

Hayes, Stanley T 

Hays, George A 

Hays, George P 

Hays, Margaret P 

Hazen, William R 

Heacock, Roger L 

Headrick, William C -- 

Healy, John D 

Healy, Raymond D 

Heare, Gertrude E 

Hearn, Elizabeth K 

Heater, Russell C 

Heath, Donald R 10 

Heath, Joseph F 

Heavey, Robert Whitcomb 

Hecht, Malcolm, Jr 

Hedges, John L 

Heffelman, Frank L 

Hefling, Robert J 73 

Hefti, Rudolph W -- 

Heidemann, John Roger 

Heikenen, Harry W 

Heikes, George C 

Heiland, Hallye A 

Heilbrunn, Robert H 

Heiler, Bernard F 

Heiliger, Eaward 

Heimark, Jacob Vincent 

Heiner, Gordon G. , 3d 

Heinriche, Waldo H 

Heissel, Clarence J 

Hejno, Francis J 

Heller, Philip A 

Helm, Herschel H. , Jr 

Helseth, William A - --- 

Heltberg, Arnlioth G 

Hemenway, Russell D 

Hemmingsen, Bernice M 

Hemsing, Albert E -- 

Henderson, Blair E 

Henderson, Charles M 

Henderson, Douglas 

Henderson, Gregory 



Page 

103 
3,117 
103 
30 
36 
1 
39 
6 
32 
128 
118 
65 
124 
21 
103 
23 
111 
53 
82 
28 
75 
99 
111 
97 
38 
42 
127 
87 
116 
108 
76 
11 
111 
126 
62 
88 
25 
103 
1 
7 
52 
37 
54 
8 
61 
2 
,78,99 
112 
77 
118 
129 
44 
, 79, 94 
109 
63 
■ 46 
119 
91 
40 
44 
80 
98 
38 
11 
18 
56 
29 
22 
56 
23 
122 
75 
114 
62 

5>: 

93 

44 



INDEX OF PERSONS 



mes E 

rtn W 

y W 

jrris K 
berl EUicott 
ibert S 
leron S 

es P 

rman E 

les G 

tW 

■11 w 

rold L 

H., 2d 

; D., Jr --- 

liam 

ohn 

V 

rd W 

Arnold 

1 J 

J 

ohn T 

lul G. A --■ 

Roy R 

lard M 

ideus A. , Jr 

lyce R 

iier W 

all J 

ie R 

CIS W 

fn Weeks -- 
William O 

i P 

Florian 

las J. , Jr -- 

yG 

inverse 

rlotta 

han H 

[ewton J 

yK 

s E. , Jr --- 

>bert W 

nry L 

ienger 

!rrit J. W 
ohn Dewey 
, Stanley 

nas A 

ton V 

■les E 

bert N 

Ibert L 

indolph 

I 

jeth S 

f/ 

lavid 

as B 

Reed 

ick A — 

L 

Clarkson -- 

-dG 

1 

J Ora 

alvln, Jr 

ranklin 

dA 

B - 

W 

Martin J 
njamin C 

lian A 

'le C 



Page 

103 
108 
71 
70 
82 
91 
76 
111 
117 
123 
70 
54 
51 
103 
52 
14 
25 
32 
8 
18 
109 
42 
120 
29 
12 
108 
38 
86 
20 
41 
1 
98 
69 
46 
4 
21 
22 
13 
22 
39 
37 
85 
111 
85 
27 
45 
26 
70 
103 
67 
107 
87 
75 
43 
27 
103 
128 
118 
112 
48 
47 
79 
93 
87 
18 
24 
45 
9 
67 
18 
124 
22 
120 
103 
44 
53 
94 



Hincke, John I 

Hinke, Frederick W 

Hinkle, Edwara H 

Hinkle, Eugene M 

Hinkle, Robert L. , Jr 

Hinton, Deane R --- 

Hintz, William E 

Hitch, Emmet F -■ 

Hoard, Roberts 

Hobson, Richard E 

Hochstetter, Leo 

Hockstetler, ■ Robert J 
Hoctor, Thomas F 

Hodet, Thomas R 

Hodge, Charles L 

Hodge, Max E 

Hodges, Thomas K — 
Hodgson, James T., Jr 

Hodson, Donald 

Hoeveler, John W — 
Hoffacker, Lewis — 

Hoffman, Arthur S — 

Hoffman, Harry R 

Hoffman, Kenneth L — 

Hoffman, Kurt 

Hoffman, Rose E 

Hoffman, William J — 
Hoffmann, Erich W. A 
Hoffmann, Walter W --- 
Hoffmann, William S --- 
Hogg, Malcolm W 

Hogue, Wilbur O 

Hohenthal, Theodore J 

Holben, Ralph E 

Holbrook, Lucius R. , Jr 
Holcomb, Franklin P - 
Holcombe, Priscilla -- 

Holder, Oscar C 

Holderman, William F 
Holdridge, John H 
Holiday, Herman Joe 
Hollander, Shepard J 
Hollands, Harold F 
HoUoway, Jerome K. , 
HoUoway, O. Willard 
Hollyer, David Lloyd 

Holm, Arvid G 

Holman, Ned P. , Jr 
Edward W 
Ferdinand H. 
Frank L 
Julius' C 
Leo L 



Jr 



Jr 



Holmes, 
Holmes, 
Holmes, 
Holmes, 
Holstein, 

Holt, Beatrice 

Holt, John B 

Holt, Water Coler 

Hotter, Ralph Kenneth 
Holtzclaw, Katharine 

Holzwarth, Ralph 

Hood, William J 

Hooker, Gertrude S 

Herbert M 

Peter, Jr 

John P 

Marcus L 

Orton W 

Arthur Haddon, Jr 

John A 

Robert 



Hooker, 

Hooper, 

Hoover, 

Hoover, 

Hoover, 

Hopkins, 

Hopkins, 

Hopkins, 

Hopman, Abraham N 

Horan, Donald C 

Horan, Michael R 

Horgan, Rv^t't'rs B 

Horn, Adolf B. , Jr 

Horn, Dagobert 

Horn, Peter Harry 

Horn, Samuel S 



181 

Page 

72 

11 

98 

103 

112 

103 

30 

120 

103 

87 

128 

125 

50 

8 

59 
103. 
112 
12 
38 
118 
72 
33 
116 
66 
34 
75 
55 
44 
62 
37 
119 
78 
74 
114 
13 
74 
55 
103 
55 
94 
129 
123 
112 
44 
22 
67 
85 
86 
74 
28 
52 
59 
48 
64 
67 
89 
85 
29 
115 
4 
75 
18 
27 
103 
51 
9 
72 
7 
115 
6 
71 
126 
103 
103 
29 
62 
42 



Hornby, William Harry 

Horner, Dwight B 

Horner, John Evarts 
Horr, Edward Ainsworth 

Horr, Wayne L 

Horsey, CXiterbridge 

Horton, John Ryder 

Horton, Michael 

Houbelt, John T 

Houck, Fred H 

Hough, Curtis E 

Houghteling, James L. , Jr 

Houghton, Robert B 

Houk, Walter P 

House, Edwin Bonner 
Houston, Robert B. , Jr 

Hovde, William J 

Hovey, Burton M. , Jr 

Howard, George C 

Howard, Hazel 

Howard, John W 

Howard, Ruth C 

Howe, C. H. Walter 

Howe, Clarence S 

Howe, George L 

Howe, Stanley M 

Howell, Gillie C 

Howell, J. Carney 

Howell, James A 

Howison, John M 

Hoylen, Paul Joseph 

Hoyt, David D 

Hoyt, Henry A 

Hrones, John G 

Hubbard, Fred Edson 

Hubbard, Phil H 

Hubbard, Wharton D 

Huber, Gizella I 

Huber, Naomi 

Hubert, Giles A 

Huddleston, John F 

Hudson, Harry S 

Hudson, Homer Bernard 

Hudson, Joel C 

Hudson, Print 

Hudson, William P 

Huestis, Richard S 

Huff, Thomas Daniel 

Huffman, Gerald H 

Huffman, Robert C 

Huggins, George Allen 
Hughes, Eric Milton 

Hughes, Jack W 

Hughes, Morris N 

Hughes, Paul R 

Hughes, Richard M 

Hugunin, Elbert 

Hukee, Vernon V 

Hulbert, James A 

Hulen, Clarence M 

Hulen, Elmer C 

Hulick, Charles E. , Jr 
Hull, Gordon Ferris, Jr 
HuUey, Benjamin M 

Hulse, Allen D 

Hulse, Frederick G 

Hulten, Charles Morris 

Humes, Elizabeth 

Humphrey, Daisy 

Humphries, Donald H 

Humpstone, John H 

Hunerwadel, Otto K 

Uungerford, Harris R 

Hunsaker, Lee M 

Hunt, E. Howard, Jr 

Hunt, Frederick D 

Hunt, Mary E 



Page 

124 
52 
1 
71 
67 
74 
88 

118 
13 
60 
68 

118 
61 
15 
18 
5 
81 
1,87 
87 
66 

123 
23 
72 
89 
93 
90 
91 
65 
6 

103 

100 
36 
15 
21 
65 
62 

100 
3 
53 
70 
62 
88 
92 
76 
65 

103 
77 

103 

123 
64 

112 
26 
9 
69 
85 
67 
47 
11 
22 
48 
66 
42 
93 
59 
76 
39 
20 
75 
78 
73 

112 

126 

2 

9 

80 

103 
3 



Hunt, Ralph H 

Hunter, Clarence E 

Hunter, James A 

Huntley, William H. , Jr 
Hurdlebring, August 
Hurley, James Edmond 
Hurst, Edward Hunter 

Hurst, Vincent R 

Hurwitch, Robert A 

Husman, Donald L 

Husserl, Gerhart 

Hussey, William B 

Huston, Cloyce K 

Huston, John Kea 

Hutchinson, Owen R 

Hutchison, John N 

Button, Paul C 

Hutton, Robert Ryland 

Huyler, Coulter D. , Jr 

Hyland, Frances D 

Hyle, Dorothea F 

Hyman, Borrie Irwin 

Hyman, Julia 

Hyslop, George K 

Hyson, Charles D 

lams, John D 

Idle, Dunning 

Imbrey, Howard 

Imhof, Johannes V 

Imrie, Helen Jean 

IngersoU, John J 

Ingle, Edward M 

Ingraham, Edward C. , Jr 

Ireland, Philip W 

Ireland, Thomas William 

Ireton, Mary Alice 

Irving, Robert A 

Irwin, H. Franklin, Jr 
Isenberg, Walter C. , Jr 

Isenstead, Erich W 

Isham, Heyward 

Ives, J. Winsor 

Izquierdo, Eladio M 

Jaastad, Margaret T 

Jackson, Charles R 

Jackson, J. David 

Jackson, Mary O 

Jackson, Paul 

Jackson, Richard J 

Jackson, Robert 

Jackson, W. Allan 

Jacobs, Alan B 

Jacobs, J. Roland 

Jacobs, Joseph E 

Jacobs, Marjorie Kent 
Jacobsen, William A 

Jacobson, Alfred 

Jacobson, Herbert L 
Jacobus, Madalaine A 

Jacoby, Claude 

Jacoby, Rolf 

Jacques, Joseph E 

Jacques, Sidney B 

Jacyno, Joseph R 

Jaeckel, Theodore R 

Jago, John William 

Jallouk, Emil F 

James, Alan G 

James, John Sexton, Jr 

Jandrey, Fred W 

Jandy, Edward C 

Janke, John J 

Janney, Samuel M. , Jr 

Jantzen, Robert J 

Janz, Robert 



INDEX OF PERSONS 



183 



Thompson 
Walter A --- 

Id D 

R 

ire K 

'illiam, Jr 

an J 

d LeS 
las, Jr 
Hayes, Jr 

iton 

A 

en B 

ir E., Jr 

i W 

rge R 

mas J — 
1 

M 

ma M 

hn W 

nD 

an M 

iC 

rd S - -- 

ly M 

N 

erick L 

illiam R 

J 

:ander C 

O 

n E 

lia F 

•les E 

n Gardner 

; A 

>ne H 

ion Delmore - 
ion LeRoy 

well 

;chel V 

es York — ' — 
garet Mary -- 

garet V 

ie E 

nD 

^erle 

lard A 

lard E 

lard G 

ert C. , Jr 

ert R 

ert S 

ert W 

mas B 

mas D 

\lexis 

[a 

liam Fred 
liam M. , Jr -- 

:hie W 

irles McClean 

nes R 

ryS 

lliam G. , Jr ■ 

irry W 

ick R 

H 

itjof 

ce T 

■ly M 

topher Lloyd - 
an C 



Page 

2 

13 
21 
81 
43 
44 
82 
96 
8 
13 
59 
81 
47 
119 
93 
53 
18 
37 
22 
85 
84 
61 
99 
45 
24 
60 
103 
118 
81 
11 
76 
65 
66 
103 
5 
92 
88 
76 
100 
19 
11 
66 
127 
103 
7 
41 
4 
103 
30 
21 
85 
81 
63 
16 
9 
120 
87 
44 
98 
25 
103 
6 
39 
50 
121 
60 
13 
66 
85 
100 
15 
33 
55 
22 
31 
8 
47 



Jones, Curtis F 

Jones, Dallas L. , Jr 

Jones, Dewey T 

Jones, Edward Sydney 

Jones, Flora E 

Jones, George Lewis, Jr - 

Jones, GeralJ G 

Jones, Gordon C 

Jones, Howard D 

Jones, Howard P 

Jones, J. Jefferson, 3d -- 
Jones, James Burdean 

Jones, John Wesley 

Jones, Leonard F 

Jones, Malcolm D 

Jones, Munro P 

Jones, Nual Herbert 

Jflnes, Owen T 

Jones, Ralph A 

Jones, Richard E 

Jones, Sybillia D 

Jones, William C, 3d 

Jones, William F 

Jones, William G 

Jonn, Elsa 

Jonnes, Lloyd, Jr 

Jordan, Russell B 

Jorgensen, Chris Walter - 

Jorgensen, Henry I 

Jorgensen, Wesley E 

Jose, Dorothy Isabel 

Joseph, Frederick 

Josif, Harold Creorge 

Jova, Eugene E 

Jova, Joseph J 

Joyce, Edward Joseph 

Joyce, James V 

Joyce, Jean 

Joyce, Robert P 

Judd, Abbott 

Judd, Thomas M 

Juhasz, Emile W 

Junior, Lewis D 

Kadderly, Wallace L 

Kaghan, Theodore 

Kahmann, William M 

Kalassay, Karl W 

Kalinski, Felix A 

Kallman, Hans Albert 
Kaminski, Marion John 

Kane, Edward B 

Kane, John M 

Kane, William 

Kannenberg, M. Hollis 

Kaplan, Harold 

Kapner, Stanley Harold - 

Kappel, John W 

Kapy, Erkki I - 

Karamessines, Thomas H 

Kardas, Edward P 

Karmany, William H 
Karr, Charles L. , Jr -- 

Karro, Jacob I 

Karst, Eugene Francis 
Karsteter, William R 

Kasper, Herman R 

Kastien, Emil P 

Katz, Abraham 

Kaufmann, Thomas D 
Kavanagh, Lawrence W - 

Kavanaugh, John M 

Kaye, Homer Cash 

Kazanjian, Reginald S 

Kearney, Ralph M 

Kearney, Richard D 

Kearney, Sofia P 

Keatley, William J 



Page 

79 

84 

128 

41,56 

23 

103 

92 

20 

7 

13 
103 
33 
91 
96 
90 
45 
6 
74 
94 
35 
86 
81 
40 
46,67 
92 
124 
81 
33 
74 
65 
77 
71 
70 
15 
82 
48 
95 
69 
103 
55 
66 
68 
64 
113 
30 
12 
66 
91 
34 
6 
114 
56 
14 
5 
118 
114 
84 
92 
65 
14 
76 
119 
39 
1 
33 
91 
123 
81 
115 
66 
11 
69 
90 
99 
59 
76 
97 



Keck, Lynn Carter 

Kee, James 

Keefe, William F 

Keeler, Erwin P 

Keeley, James Hugh, Jr --- 

Keen, William George 

Kehm, Harold D 

Keim, James Franlilin 

Keith, Gerald 

Keldch, Emil A 

Kelleher, Grant W 

Keller, Arthur E 

Kelley, Edward Rowland 

Kelley, Margaret Ruth 

Kelley, Nell Y 

Kellogg, Mary A 

Kells, Clarence H 

Kelly, F. Patrick 

Kelly, H. John 

Kelly, Justin M 

Kelly, Richard N 

Kelly, Thomas A 

Kelly, William B 

Kelly, Woodrow Wilson — 

Kelsey, Easton T 

Kelsey, Warren A 

Kemler, Frank 

Kempainen, Leona L 

Kempton, James H 

Kendig, Bertha M 

Kendrick, Joseph T., Jr 

Kendzie, Cass A 

Kenefick, Thomas P 

Kenestrick, Millard L 

Kennan, George F 

Kennard, Claude L 

Kennedy, John W 

Kennedy, Robert Bruce — 
Kennedy, Robert Drake — 

Kennelly, Edward C 

Kenney, George Richard 

fenney, Roland Walker 

Kenny, Harold F 

Kent, Arthur H 

Kent, Charles D 

Kepler, Alexander R 

Kepner, James Weaver 

Keppel, Frederic)-' P 

Keppel, John 

Kerchen, Robert 

Kerekes, Gabriel T 

Kerin, Richard Anthony, Jr 

Kerr, Peyton 

Kerr, Stuart B 

Kerrigan, William Morrison 

Kerst, Kenneth Alan 

Kerwin, Robert R 

Kessinger, Howard E 

Kessler, Hugh D 

Kessler, Ralph R 

Ketcham, Elizabeth 

Ketcham, John B 

Ketcham, William T. , Jr 

Ketchum, Addison R 

Key, David McK 

Kobort, Leon 

Kidd, Coburn 

Kidder, Harolds., Jr 

Kidder, John A 

Kidder, Randolph A 

Kidder, Stanley R 

Kiefer, Alexander F 

Kier, Avery Raymond 

Kierman, Frank A. , Jr 

Kiernan, DeWitt V 

Kiernan, Earl F 

Kilbon, Ralph K 



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49 
98 
44 
74 

103 
48 
73 
52 
95 

107 
39 
13 
26 
76 
85 
38 

120 
59 
60 
40 

113 
10 
71 
74 
90 
44 
36 
14 
98 
15 
35 

107 

121 
93 

107 

122 
37 
90 
89 

120 

109 
13 
82 

121 

121 

103 
77 

120 
77 

126 

116 
73 

108 
86 
85 
97 
96 
61 
76 
35 

100 
12 
61 

127 

9 

5 

3 

48 

32 

103 
64 
29 
62 
63 
37 
40 

124 



Kilbrith, Donald W 
Kilcoin, William L — 

Kiley, James E 

Kilgore, Jack T 

Kille, Charles M 

Killea, William D 

Killefer, Tom 

Killen, George William 
Killgore, Andrew I — 
Kimball, John Clark 

Kime, Duane L 

Kimental, Max Maxime 
Kimmel, Addie H — 

Kimmel, Roy Irwin — 
Kimrey, Chester H 

King, Allen Y 

King, Bayard 

K'ing, Eugene H 

King, Floyd Wilbur 
King, Frank Lamar 

King, Gordon D 

King, James E. , Jr 

King, Nat B 

King, Philip R - 

King, Robert Douglas 
King, Spencer M — 

King, William B 

Kingsley, Thomas D 
Kinnaird, Jean M — 

Kiraly, Emery R 

Kirby, M. Louise 

Kirby, Richard M 

Kirby, Richard N 

Kirk, Alan G 

Kirk, William W 

Kirkham, Norman C 
Kirl;patrick, W. Wallace 
Kirkpatrick, William M 

Kirley, Louis L 

Kirwan, Alice S 

Klaric, John S. , Jr 

Klebe, Henrietta 

Klein, David 

'^leine, Herman 

Kleinhans, Richard E 

Klemme, Marvin 

Klieber, Max 

Klieforth, Leslie A — 

Kline, Steven 

Kling, William 

Klinker, Rudolph T — 
Klotz, Edwin Randolph 

Knapp, Betsy 

Knapp, J. Burke — 

Kneeland, Walter E --- 
Knez, Eugene Irving 

Knight, Foster 

Knight, Howard R — 
Knight, Ridgway B — 
Knight, William E., 2d 
Knoblauch, Ernest A — 

Knoll, Jerry 

Knopp, Jerome M — 

Knowles, John F 

Knox, M. Gordon — 

Knox, Charles F. , Jr -- 
Knutzen, Gladys M — 

Kocher, Eric 

Koczak, Stephen A 

Koenig, Albert 

Kogan, Benjamin A 

Kohler, Foy D 

Kokatnur, Urmila V — 
Kolarek, Joseph C — 
Kolb, Raymond E — 

Kolbjornsen, John M — 
Kolinski, Charles J — 



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Page 

42 

67 
122 

18 
113 

93 

21 

80 

40 

50 

49 

99 

67 

20 

43 

43 

33 

38 

93 

3 

7 

5 

67 

81 

109 
55 
14 
91 
69 

104 

113 

104 
67 

100 
90 

127 
93 
96 
36 
96 
19 
87 
39 
12 
61 
95 
99 
8 
3 
77 
79,93 

118 
8 
108 
29 
48 
98 
90 
73 
17 
104 
104 
108 
46 
74 
18 
66 
39 
77 
50 
43 
90 
42 
7 
50 
45 



Lampe, Ernst M 

Lamprecht, Reinhard W 

Lampson, Edward T 

Lancaster, Bruce M 

Lancaster, Nathaniel, Jr 

Lancian, Thomas C 

Land, Ernst G 

Landerman, H. Lee 

Landgren, Kenneth Arthur 
Landry, Adelard Francois 

Landry, Lionel 

Landry, Pierre J 

Landsiedel, Robert R 
Lane, Francis Adams 
Lane, Frank Bertram 

Lane, James Alan 

Lane, RufusH., Jr 

Lane, Samuel Owen 

Lane, Thomas A 

Lanford, Homer Weathers 

Lang, Archie S 

Lang, James Graeme 
Lange, Elizabeth K — •■ 

Langendorf, Ernst 

Langer, Rudolph M 

Lanius, Charles H 

Lanius, John Henry 

Lanius, Paul B. , Jr 

Lankenau, Richard F 

Lannan.George D 

Lanou, Frank Rousseau 

Lansdale, Richard H 

Lansford, Willis David 

Lapham, Roger D 

Lapka, Anthony 

Lappin, Archibald, Jr 

Larimore, Donald E 

Larkin, Frederick 

R. Clyde 

Gilbert E 

Harold Anders 

Inez Evelyn 

Lloyd K 

Thomas B 

G. Wallace 



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Larkin, 

Larsen, 

Larsen, 

Larson, 

Larson, 

Larson, 

LaRue, 

La Sage, Phillip I 

Lascoe, Raymond 

Laskowski, Gilbert I - 

Lasky, Melvin J 

Lastauskas, Joseph D 

LaTendresse, Henri E 

Latimer, Frederick P. 

Lau, Robert M. S 

Laukhuff, Perry 

Laurell, George D 

Laurendine, Chase E 

Lauve, Anita C 

Lawler, Edward J 

Lawley, William R. , Jr --• 

Lawrence, Edward W 

Lawrence, Henry J 

Lawrence, John Taylor 
Lawrence, Myron Brockway 

Lawrence, Wallace 

Laws, Henry M 

Lawson, Edward B 

John Harless 

Stanley R 

William 

James S 

Elvira Long 

Houston 

Robert F 

Leach, Jack W 

Leach, Maurice D. , Jr 

Leach, Richard S 

Leadbetter, Dorothy A 



Lawson, 

Lawson, 

Lawson, 

Lawton, 

Lawyer, 

Lay, S. 

Layton, 



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40 
7 
45 
45 
83 
39 
53 
121 
88 
100 
9 
117 
35 
63 
25 
119 
20 
68 
74 
21 
49 
97 
40 
47 
40 
121 
26 
6 
14 
125 
111 
39 
69 
119 
104 
116 
22 
104 
21 
67 
34 
104 
111,123 
104 
86 
70 
52 
55 
31 
116 
96 
95 
77 
104 
92 
35 
104 
11 
9 
26 
69 
48 
9 
39 
123 
69, 122 
64 
72 
128 
83 
104 
39 
62 
63 
78 
69 
38 






Leakey, Frank N 

Leary, John C 

Leatherman, Frederick D 

Lebaron, Mason S 

LeBert, Eugene, Jr 

LeBourgeois, Julien Johnson 

Le Bovit, Harry 

LeBreton, David, Jr 

Lebus, William Frank, Jr 

LeClair, Leopold J 

Leddy, Raymond G 

Lee, Armistead M 

Lee, Guy A 

Lee, Hardy Campbell — 

Lee, Henry, Jr 

Lee, James L 

Lee, Ray E 

Leeming, Joseph 

Legge, Christopher A — 

Leggett, Herbert B 

Lehmann, Wolfgang 

Lehrs, John A 

Leichter, Henry O 

Leigh, Edward M 

Leiserson, Mark W 

Lek, Ludewyk 

LeMay, Geraldlne 

Lemmo, Charles A 

Lenihan, Daniel G 

Lennon, Jack Henry 

Lentz, Lucy R 

Lenz, George, Jr 

Leonard, Gertrude W — 
Leonard, James F. , Jr — 

Leonard, Patricia J 

Leonard, Pauline K 

Leonard, Richard G 

Leonhardy, Terrance G — 

Leonhart, William 

Lequar, John J 

Lesser, Daniel 

Lester, Allen H 

Lettunich, Mateo 

Leveau, Carl 

Levenson, Seymour 

Leverich, Henry P 

Levey, Martin 

Levick, Kenneth S 

Levin, Nathan A 

Levine, David C 

Levine, Lillie 

Levorson, Alton G 

Levy, Rene Norbert 

Lewis, Bernard W 

Lewis, Charles Saul 

Lewis, Chester Biswel 

Lewis, Daniel H 

Lewis, Donald A 

Lewis, Harrison 

Lewis, John Henry 

Lewis, Leslie Llewellyn 

Lewis, Orville M 

Lewis, Ralph . 

Lewis, Thomas J 

L'Heureux, Herve J 

Libich, Jan F 

Liccardo, Joseph 

Lieban, Ralph Gustav 

Lieberman, Leonard S 

Lightfoot, William I 

Lightner, E. Allan, Jr 

Lilien, Charles E 

Lillig, Arthur C 

Linch, Earl Russell 

Linch, Samuel H 

Lind, Lewis Markt 

Lindahl, Eric G 



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87 
23 
15 
41 
61 
82 
16 
24 

104 
21 
98 

104 
27 
39 

104 

73 

85 

1 

43 

108 

3 

93 

34 

60 

123 
93 
2 
44 
37 
35 
46 
83 
14 

104 
25 
42 
28 
91 

108 

41 

4 

16 

43 

128 
66 

104 
38 

115 

43 

4 

22 

125 
29 
37 
30 
51 
70 
16 

104 
99 
79 
79 
48 
18 

104 

113 

122 

52 

4 

126 
77 
99 
46 
88 
30 
69 

46 



Lindahl, George Raymond, Jr 

Lindaman, Francis C 

Lindberg, Edward V 

Linde, Ernest -- 

Linde, Kenneth W 

Lindeman, John B 

Linden, Fabian 

Linden, Walter M 

Lindquist, Merton V 

Lindsay, Philip M 

Lindsey, James B 

Lindstrom, Herman 

Lineaweaver, F. Ridgway 

Linebaugh, J. David 

Lineham, John R ■,- 

Linehan, Leo Michael 

Lininger, John B 

Link, Curt J 

Link, Joseph F. , Jr 

Linn, Robert H 

Linsenmayer, Leonard R 

Lint, Henry Clay 

Linthicum, Thomas 

Linthicum, Walter J 

Linwood, Norman J 

Lipman, James O 

Lipp, Marguerite R 

Lippe, Irvin S 

Lippincott, Aubrey E 

Lisle, Raymond Everett 

Lister, Ernest A 

Lister, George T 

Lister, Louis 

Litsey, Weldon 

Littel, Harrington 

Littel, Wallace W 

Littell, Franklin H 

Little, Charles J 

Lloyd, Charles gdward 

Lloyd, Rupert A 

Lobel, Robert 

Lobenstine, James C 

Lochner, Robert Hoyer 

Locke, Edwin Allen, Jr 

Lockett, Thomas H 

Lockhart, Robert Green 

Lockling, William B 

Lodwick, William G 

Loehr, Andrew L 

Loehr, Walter Q 

Loewenstein, Karl J 

Loewenthal, Werner 

Loewy, Albert 

Lofgren, Agnes M 

Lofton, Harry M 

Loftus, Victor H 

Logan, Anne M 

Logue, Ruth 

Lohmann, Philip Daniel 

Long, Edward T 

Long, Guy Oliver 

Long, Richard M 

Longstreet, Victor M 

Loomis, Frederick Kent 

Looram, Matthew J. , Jr 

Lord, John H 

Lord, Russell R 

Loren, Allan 

Loriaux, Frantz G 

Lothrop, Harriet Harling 

Loubert, Ronald E 

Loupe, Sylvain R 

Lovegrove, William A 

Lovelace, Robert Dennis 

Lovell, Alfred H., Jr 

Lovell, Leander Bell 

Lovell, Ruth A 

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Page 

54 

54 

116 

61 

89 

10,95 

118 

55 

62 

13 

6,79 

9 

14 

104 

82 

115 

74 

89 

47 

19 

73 

62 

17 

115 

44 

64 

87 

54 

112 

116 

118 

46 

79 

116 

73 

48 

78 

112 

43 

54 

23 

41 

13 

34 

78 

108 

116 
20 
104 
60 
98 
119 
104 
23 
47 
35 
96 
24 
104 
5 
86 
120 
93 
44 
104 
127 
99 
64 
1 
93 
86 
2,84 
104 
65 
93 
17 
128 



MacPherson, Gardner B 

MacQuaicI, Robert John 

MacVeagh, Lincoln 

Madamba, Jorge A 

Madden, Anne C 

Madden, Daniel M 

Madden, Paul Eugene 

Maddox, William P 

Madonne, John H 

Maestrone, Frank E 

Maffitt, Edward P 

Mag, Edward Arnold 

Magee, Alice 

Magee, William G 

Magill, Robert N 

Magistretti, William L 

Magliozzi, Francis N 

Mahder, Carl R 

Mahoney, Haynes R. , Jr 

Mahoney, Michael H. F 

Mahoney, William J 

Maiden, Robert Wesley 

Maiden, Stephen W 

Mair, Hugh 

Maish, James, Jr 

Mak, Dayton S - 

Makepeace, LeRoy 

Malcolm, Harry A 

Maleady, Thomas J 

Mallett, Guy, Jr 

Mallon, John C 

Mallon, Patrick 

Mallory, Lester DeWitt 

Malone, James M 

Manbey, David J. S 

Manchester, Alan R 

Manchester, Benjamin Brown, 

Mandell, Joseph Morse 

Mandil, Robert H - -- 

Manell, Abram E 

Maness, George Hubert 

Maney, Edward S 

Mangerich, Harry -- -- 

Mangold, Frederick R 

Manhard, Philip W 

Manhoff, Martin J 

Manley, Timothy M 

Mann, Charles 

Mann, Donald R 

Mann, George A 

Mann, John Wilmot 

Mann, Thomas C 

Manning, Margaret E 

Mansfield, Donald C 

Manshardt, Clifford ■ 

Manske, Frank Edward 

Mansour, Farris 

Mapother, John Rubel 

Marcello, Dominic J 

Marcus, Ruth G 

Marcy, Oliver M 

Marelius, Donald C 

Maresch, Frederick 

Marick, Gilbert F - -- 

Mark, David E 

Mark, Louis, Jr 

Markwell, Rachel 

Marmorek, Franz 

Marr, Louis Bertrand 

Marr, Robert M 

Marrero, Angel R 

Marsh, Elmer A 

Marsh, Harry W -- 

Marsh, Robert Henry 

Marshall, Charles A 

Marshall, Irene D 

Marshall, Preston Fairfax 
Marshall, Robert L. , Jr --- 



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89 
127 
60 
117 
41 
89 
82 
56 
104 
4 
81 
5 
84 
97 
16* 
28 
32 
52 
68 
76 
34 
51 
12 
79 
69 
116 
7 
114 
55 
51 
1 
117 
45 
8 
85 
42 
96 
21 
9 
107 
126 
21 
77 
97 
108 
129 
15 
70 
59 
104 
38 
104 
69 
117 
41 
46 
123 
116 
104 
14 
98 
121 
104 
43 
121 
26 
66 
113 
1 
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127 
65 
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66 
119 
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Marshall, William Jefferson 76 

Marston, Freeman Emery 6 

Marston, Marba Presby 115 

Martay, Oscar 44 

Martens, Robert J 76 

Marti, Jacob 29 

Martin, Austin R 49 

Martin, Cecilia B 113 

Martin, Charles N 128 

Martin, Doyle V 92 

Martin, Edgar Thomas 29 

Martin, Edwin W 104 

Martin, Elvira P - 75 

Martin, Graham Anderson 20 

Martin, Harry L 111 

Martin, James V. , Jr 108 

%Iartin, Jane D 65 

Martin, Richard L 25 

Martin, Robert J 119 

Martin, Ruth Marion 18 

Martin, T. R 104 

Martin, Thaddeus C 93 

Martindale, Kenneth W 50 

Martindale, Robert C 1 

Martinson, Evgene C 84 

Martus, Marjorie Rose 124 

Martyn, James J 115 

Marvin, David K 60 

Marvin, Donald M 120 

Marvin, John H 15 

Marye, Tench Tilgham 41 

Maschmeyer, Edward W 89 

Masey, Jack 70 

Mason, John B 25 

Mason, Mildred Hall 88 

Mason, Ned G 121 

Mason, Robert J - - 15,17,68 

Mason, Wayne 92 

Massey, Parke D. , Jr 76 

Masten, Floyd E 34 

Masters, Edward E 39 

Masters, Walter M 22 

Masure, Ralf H 9 

Matheny, James C 104 

Mather, William B 8 

Mathews, Elbert G 96 

Mathews, Frank 54 

Mathewsen, Maj. Gen 43 

Matlick, Benjamin M. , Jr 23 

Matlock, Clifford C 59 

Matson, John Edward 104 

Matthews, Francis P 73 

Matthews, Glenwood Berton 88 

Matthews, H. Freeman 104 

Matthews, James F. L. S 77 

Mattison, Gordon H 17 

Mauricides, Harry 94 

Mautner, Karl F 43 

Mautner, Robert J 3 

Maxson, Rhea Frances 33 

May, James A 74 

May, John Joseph 48 

Mayer, David 123 

Mayer, Ernest deW 11 

Mayer, Francis L 28 

Mayer, Frederick 88 

Mayer, Gerald M 20 

Mayes, Martin 47 

Mayfield, Ben H 3,117 

Miiyfield, Charles Thomas 88 

Maynard, David M 104 

Maynard, John P 122 

Mazzeo, Louis B 65 

Mazzocco, David E 122 

Mazzocco, William J 113 

McAdam, Theodore J 15,19,67, 

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McArthur, Walter C 

McAuliffe, Eugene V 

McBride, Robert H 

McCabe, Evelyn E 

McCabe, Thomas R 

McCaffery, Richards., Jr 

McCall, Donald F 

McCalmont, James D 

McCargar, James G 

McCarthy, Daniel L 

McCarthy, John A 

McCarthy, John R 

McCarthy, Richard M 

McCarty, Glenn R., Jr 

McCauley, De Forest 

McCauley, V/orth Byrd 

McClanahan, Lucile 

McClary, Edward S 

McClary, Hugh W 

McClellan, Margaret J 

McClelland, Donald H 

McClelland, Roswell D 

McClelland, Walter M — — 

McClintic, Stephen H 

McClintock, Robert Mills 

McCloud, Fielden W 

McCloy, John J 

McClumpha, Margaret 

McClung, Harrison T 

McClure, Brooks 

McCoUom, Harold C 

McConaughy, Walter P 

McConeghey, Harold G 

McCormick, Thomas James 

McCown, Monroe 

McCoy, Francis T 

McCoy, Kathryn, Dorothy Zinkeler 

McCoy, Melvin L 

McCoy, Robert E 

McCraine, Thomas 

McCraw, James L 

McCray, Porter A 

McCue, Donald B 

McCuistion, Betty M 

McCulloch, Mary Linn 

McCuUoch, Sheila 

McCuUough, Lois 

McCuUy, Edward N 

McCusker, Honor Cecilia 

McCusker, Paul D 

McDaniel, Bruce L 

McDaniel, Bruce William 

McDaniel, James E 

McDermott, Jack C 

McDermott, Rosemary 

McDevitt, Hugh Alphonsus 

McDevitt, James A 

McDiarmid, Orville J 

McDonald, George 

McDonald, James R. , Jr 

McDonald, John W. , Jr 

McDonald, William E 

McDonough, Dayle C 

McDonough, Ruth D 

McDowell, Joseph E 

McElhiney, Thomas W 

McElroy, Jesse D 

McEneaney, William P 

McEvoy, George Albert 

McEvoy, Joseph Francis 

McFadden, William A 

McFall, Jack K 

McFarland, James H. , Jr 

McFarland, James M 

McFarland, Joseph Fergus 

McGeary, Stanley A 

McGeorge, Henry H 



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lonald A 

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114 
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124 
71 
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76 
17 
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17,87,98 
116 
64 
44 
127 
104 
63 
111 
8 
11 
1 
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43 
12 
97 
44 
33 
81 
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20 
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34 
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104 
127 
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114 
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100 
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Merillat, 

Merone, 

Merrell, 

Merrell, 

Merrill, 

Merrill, 

Merris, 

Merritt, 



Meadows, John Stanley 
Meadows, Nathan R 

Means, Cyril C 

Medlock, Hazel L. S 
Meehan, Francis J 
Meeks, Nelson P 
Mein, John Gordon 
Meinsen, Herbert 
Melbourne, Roy M 
Melby, Everett K --• 
Melby, John Frimont 
Mella, Barbara A -- 
Mellen, Sydney L. W 
Mellette, Mary E 
Melone, Harry R. , 
Meloy, Daniel J 
Meloy, Francis E. 
Meltzer, Theodore F 
Memminger, Robert B 
Mendenhall, Joseph A 

Menke, Walter E 

Menken, Arthur 

Menter, Sanford 

Menzies, Austin 

Mercer, Bettine S 
Merchant, Livingston T 
Meredith, Edith P 

Meriam, Anne W 

Herbert L 
Edward E 
George R 
Jane Clay 
Frederick T 
William F 
Julian E. , Jr 
Henry S — 

Merz, Albert H 

Messing, Gordon M - 

Mesta, Perle 

Metcalf, Lee E 

Metcalf, Gabriella E 
Metcalfe, Arthur V 
Metzenthin, Esther M 
Mewhinney, James S. , 

Meyer, Armin H 

Clarence E 
G. E. Robert 

Hans B -- 

Milton W 

Paul W 

Samuel J 

Michael, James R 

Michaelson, Ruth G -- 

Michalka, Earl R 

Mickam, John Bogart 
Mickey, W. Groke 
Middleton, Betty Ann 
Midkiff, Harold E 

Midthun, Kermit 

Midzor, John Chris -- 

Miencier, Edna M 

Milans, Edward 

Milburn, George Ernest 

Miles, Aileen M 

Miles, John 

MilhoUand, Robert D 

Mill, Edward W 

Millar, John Y 

Millard, Hugh 

Miller, Albert B 

Bruce N 

Charles 

Charles A 
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Daniel R 

Frances M 
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123 
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Miller, George E 

Miller, Harold E 

Miller, James Curtice 

Miller, John D 

Miller, Leonard F 

Miller, Lewis Rex 

Miller, Paul M 

Miller, Paul R 

Miller, Ralph - 

Miller, Raymond C 

Miller, Richard Cobb 

Miller, Spencer P. , Jr 

Miller, William B --• 

Millet, Charles S --■ 

Millett, George v., Jr 

Milliken, Sidney N 

Mills, Brindley J 

Mills, John Lamar 

Mills, Sheldon T 

Mills, Wallace A 

Miloslavsky, TatiaW V. S 

Milton, Harry J 

Miner, Philip D 

Miner, Robert G 

Minges, Robert J 

Minneman, Paul G 

Minnigerode, H. Gordon 

Minor, George C 

Minor, Harold B 

Minor, Jack Blanchard 

Minotto, James 

Mirick, Susannah 

Mitchell, Christopher M 

Mitchell, Eleanor 

Mitchell, Fletcher D. , Jr 

Mitchell, Lawrence C 

Mitchell, Marion K 

Mitchell, Reginald P 

Mitchell, Ross L 

Mitchell, William A 

Mlttendorf, Alfred D. , Jr 

Mitterer, Adolph V 

Moberly, Robert E 

Moceri, James 

Moe, Sherwood G 

Moelich, William E 

Moeller, Paul Eugen 

Moffat, Abbot L - -- 

Moffett, James D 

Moffitt, George, Jr 

Moffly, Charles Knox 

Mohler, Mary E 

Moir, Phyllis 

Mokma, Gerald A 

Molesworth, Kathleen 

Moll, Wilhelm - -- 

Molleson, John D 

Moloney, Francis Fabian James 

Mondscheim, Murray M 

Monk, Melville 

Monroe, James 

Monser, Paul C 

Montague, Edwin Newell 

Montague, Samuel A 

Montamat, Harold E 

Monteiro, Domingo A 

Montenegro, Daniel W 

Monticone, William J 

Montllor, Joseph J 

Montrezza, Victor S 

Mony, Anthony J 

Moody, George T 

Moody, James P 

Mooers, Horatio 

Moor, Edward N 

Moore, Alex, Jr 

Moore, Ben T 



Page 

8 

121 

89 

46 

112 

95 

63 

123 

104 

104 

104 

38 

85 

2 

78 

12 

123 

19 

7 

34 

5 

65 

14 

59 

72 

92 

64 

75 

78 

35 

124 

100 

36 

75 

35 

42 

42 

104 

96 

23 

35 

38 

73 

76 

118 

16,92 

39 

126 

1 

6,79 

3 

115 

115 

81 

104 

26 

72 

23 

3,117 

127 

126 

80 

104 

7 

63 

38 

105 

36 

1 

90 

76 

21 

120 

11 

118 

118 

59 



Moore, Carl E 

Moore, Charles R 

Moore, Charles Wickham 

Moore, Daniel D 

Moore, George C 

Moore, George Parker 
Moore, Leonard Curtis 

Moore, Oscar K 

Moore, Patricia C 

Moore, Robert W 

Moore, Warren S., Jr 
Moore, William Musgrave 

Moorhouse, Glen E 

Moose, James S. , Jr 
Moran, James Milton 

Moran, John A., 3d 

Moran, Lawrence John 
Moran, William Edward, Jr 
Moran, William Joseph 

More, Bolard 

Morel, Roland T 

Moreland, William D. , Jr 
Morgan, Benton Davis 

Morgan, Emory C 

Morgan, George A 

Morgan, James O 

Morgan, John F 

Morgan, John H 

Morgan, Victor P 

Morgan, William Abraham 
Moriarty, Francis B 

Moriarty, James F 

Morin, Laurent Emile 
Morray, Joseph Parker 

Morrell, L. G 

Morris, Brewster H 

Morris, David W 

Morris, Eugene E 

Morris, Forrest L 

Morris, John Howard 
Morris, Lawrence S — 

Morris, Robert 

Morris, Theodore L — 

Morris, William H 

Morrison, John B 

Morrissey, Gibson 

Morrow, Samuel Atkins — 

Morse, Richard 

Moseley, Harold W 

Moser, Benjamin R 

Moses, Morris 

Moses, Thomas 

Moskowitz, Sam 

Moskowitz, Saul 

Most, Amicus 

Motz, Frederick Allen — 
Mouser, Grant E., 3d — 

Mowinckel, John W 

Moy, Paul 

Moyer, John W 

Moyer, Raymond T 

Muccio, John J 

Mueller, Charles G 

Mueller, Walter J 

Muhlman, Anatol T 

Mulcahy, Edward W 

Mulhern, Alice G 

Mullen, Helen J 

Mulligan, John Patrick — 

Mullin, Charles L. , Jr 

MuUin, Harry J. , Jr 

Mulliner, LaMar D 

Mullins, Vincent J 

MuUoney, Daniel C 

Mulvehill, Thomas J 

Munce, Thomas Edward, Jr 
Munford, Thomas W 



INDEX OF PERSONS 



Jr 



Jr 



Page 

48 

128 

7,90 

109 

40 

35 

80 

90 

6 

121 

95 

30 

5 

23 

57 

1 

93 

60 

65 

44 

123 

62 

122 

118 

123 

44 



77 
64 
123 
24 
46 
73 
35 
126 
127 
90 
1 
51 
65 
,94 
108 
105 
113 
59 
6 
105 
16 
53 
28 
80 
117 
81 
21 
117 
65 
74,76 
108 
24 
57 
76 
112 
82 



77 



Ralph Carrol 
Horace Jacobs 
Albert Adolph 
Orsen N 
Waldemar A 
Aksel G 
Nils C 



20 
86 
66 
36 
53 
39 
73 
51 
64 
122 
6 
24 
84 
64 



Nichols, 
Nickels, 
Nicolay, 
Nielsen, 
Nielsen, 
Nielson, 
Nilson, 

Nitch, James E 

Nixson, Helen B 

Noel, Cleo A., Jr 

Noel, James A 

Noggle, Donald C 

Nolan, James R 

Nolan, Louis Clinton 

Noland, EmmitE., Jr 

Noon, John A 

Noonan, Tom A 

Norall, Frank V 

Norden, Carl F -- 

Nordstrand, Norman William 

Nordstrom, Carl H 

Norman, George G 

Norman, Stuart E 

Norman, Walter S 

Norrie, Lawrence E — 

Norris, Ned T 

North, Royal Early 

Northey, William E 

Norton, Lawrence H 

Norwood, James M 

Novarine, Raymond Leon 

Nufer, Albert F 

Nugent, Julian L. , Jr 

Null, Harold Miller 

Nunley, William T 

Nyhus, Paul O -- 

Nyren, Albert V 



Oakes, Clarence P 

Oakes, Wylma Harford 

Oakley, R. Kenneth 

Oberhelman, Lois M 

O'Brien, Robert E. , Jr 

Obst, Maxwell 

Ocheltree, John B 

Ockey, William C 

O'Connell, Douglas B 

O'Connell, Joseph C 

O'Connor, Eugene Franklin, 3d 
O'Connor, James F. , Jr 

O'Connor, Jeremiah J 

Ode, Robert C 

Odell, Harry I 

O'Donnell, Charles P 

O'Donnell, John F. , Jr 

O'Donoghue, Sidney E 

O'Dwyer, William 

Oelke, Harold R 

Oetking, Robert C 

O'Farrell, Martin -- 

Officer, James E 

Offie, Teresa M 

Ogg, Raymond W 

Oglesby, Jacob Edward 

Ogletree, Tigner 

O'Grady, James M 

O'Grady, John F 

O'Hare, Joseph J 

Okamoto, Yoichi Robert 

O'Keefe, John J 

Olcott, George E 

Olds, Herbert V 

O'Leary, Cornelius W 

Olejniczek, Antone J 

Oleksiw, Daniel Philip 

Olesnevich, Stephen 

Oleyar, Michael, Jr 



•91 

Page 

37 
21 
82 
11 
111 
52 
113 
95 
43 
76 
1 
39 
1,86 
86 
100 
65 
31 
28 
1 
84 
40 
95 
120 
94 
30 
79 
99 
44 
111 
98 
4 
107 
2 
91 
105 
59 
6 

44 
28 
93 
122 
90 
115 
74 
105 
88 
36 
94 
105 
4 
69 
50 
16 
105 
83 
80 
115 
78 
122 
12 
6 
111 
70 
6 
93 
2 
23 
4 
64 
10 
14 
129 
128 
95 
45 
18 




Page 

Oliphant, George W 40 

Olive, William M 11 

Oliver, Anthony J 46 

Oliver, John Bennett 34 

Oliver, John G - 61 

Oliver, Philip M 5 

Olmsted, Mary S 3 

Olnick, Norman 117 

Olsen, Glen S -- 92 

Olsen, Stuart P 92 

Olsen, Walter Henry 29 

Olson, Andrew E --- 88 

Olson, Clinton L 3 

Olson, Lawrence A. , Jr 88 

Olson, Lily A 65 

Olson, Lynn H 94 

Olson, Theodore B 105 

Olson, Waldemar A 13 

Olsson, Nils William 69 

O'Mara, Raymond J 80 

O'Neal, Birch D --- - 67 

O'Neal, Everett C 3 

O'Neal, James O 86 

O'Neill, Margaret W — 123 

O'Neill, Robert D -- 91 

O'Neill, W. Paul, Jr 6,79 

Opeil, Leonard Joseph 92 

Oppenheim, David 8 

Oppenheimer, Julius J 32 

Opstein, Kenneth 75 

Ordway, John 105 

Orebaugh, Walter W 105 

Ormsby, Harry J 116 

Orr, Newell H 56 

Orr, Wynthrop M 99 

Orrben, Clement 127 

Ortwein, Mathias J 46 

Osann, Charles C 46 

Osborn, David L 109 

Osborn, O'Neill 117 

Osborne, Albert B 40 

Osborne, James Roland 77 

Osborne, Melville E., Jr 80 

Osbourn, James P 84 

Osburn, Charles G 95 

O'Shaughnessy, Elim 97 

O'Shaughnessy, Kathleen D 18 

O'Sheel, Patrick 68 

Ostertag, Augustus 46 

Ostrander, Collin E 97 

Ostrander, Frank T m 

O'SuUivan, James L 75 

Oswald, Adolph Henry 91 

Otwell, Harold M 70 

Oulashin, Eric E 112 

Ouverson, Robert LeRoy 55 

Overton, Douglas W 105 

Owen, Augustus C 97 

Owen, Evan L 48 

Owen, George H 7 

Owen, Jacks 66 

Owen, Robert E 91 

Owen, Robert Irving 97 

Owen, William V 22 

Owsley, Charles H 105 

Oxley, Howard W 53 

Pabsch, Anton F 26 

Packard, Walter E 120 

Padberg, Eugene L. , Jr n 

Paddick, Morris E ng 

Paddock, Arthur L. , Jr 19 

Paddock, Paul 77 

Pagan, Raymond 32 

Page, Denzil LeRoy 6 

Page, Edward, Jr 105 

Page, Orris C 90 



Paige, Robert 

Paine, Charles E 

Painter, Carvel 

Painter, John H 

Painter, Mary S 

Pallister, Mervyn Victor 

Palmer, Bruce B 

Palmer, Ely E 

Palmer, Florence 

Palmer, Gardner E 

Palmer, George E 

Palmer, Joseph, 2d 

Palmer, Raymond D 

Palmer, Stephen E., Jr 

Palmer, Thomas Waverly, Jr 

Pancamo, Joseph A 

Panchot, Harry W 

Pancoast, Edwin C 

Pangburn, Harry B 

Paoli, Henry J 

Pape, Wesley F 

Pappano, Albert E 

Paradis, Donald E 

Park, Edward H 

Parke, Robert B 

Parker, Barrett 

Parker, Charles William 

Parker, Chauncey G 

Parker, Edward S 

Parker, Harrison 

Parker, Hugh C 

Parker, James P 

Parker, Leonidas M 

Parker, Pierre E 

Parker, Richard B 

Parker, William Eivin 

Parkin, Margaret R 

Parmerton, John Henry 

Parr, William G 

Parriott, William W 

Parry, Carroll C 

Parsloe, Arthur G 

Parson, Glenn R 

Parsons, Arthur C 

Parsons, Geoffrey, Jr 

Parsons, Givon 

Parsons, J. Graham 

Parsons, MarselisC, Jr 

Parsons, Mary P 

Pascal, Henry M 

Pasquet, Maurice 

Pasquini, Josephine 

Passo, Thelma F 

Pastore, Arthur A 

Patch, Isaac, Jr 

Patrick, Harold C 

Patten, William S --- ■ 

Patterson, Andrew F 

Patterson, Frank C 

Patterson, Jefferson 

Patterson, Richard C. , Jr 

Patteson, Elder 

Pattison, John B 

Patton, John W 

Paulding, James Kirke 

Paulsen, Carley H 

Paxson, William Benjamin, Jr 

Paxton, J. Hall 

Payette, Joseph L 

Payne, Charles Robert 

Payne, Kenneth E 

Payne, Richard C 

Pazourek, John 

Peabody, James B 

Peacock, William S 

Peake, J. H. Cameron 

Pearcy, George Etzel 



INDEX OF PERSONS 



193 



IS 

W 

d M 

i -- 

^ 

D --- 

»der L 

;d J - - -- 

Spurgeon, Jr 

.rles 

an E -- 

rles Herbert 

3 K 

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r 

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A 

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K 

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G 

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T., Jr 

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M. , Jr 

ind 

anley 

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3hn D 

ley 

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ge W. , Jr 

ence A 

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•y Carol 

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Page 

112 
25 
40 
46 
8.9 
63 
9 
68 
108 
94 
29 
127 
37 
62 
105 
100 
59 
78 
95 
105 
40 
105 
85 
118 
105 
45 
118 
26 
33 
64 
18 
127 
4 
105 
4 
117 
92 
56 
77 
34 
65 
108 
82 
99 
86 
65 
40 
55 
48 
22 
128 
113 
42 
14,126 
22 
45 
35 
55 
98 
13 
66 
84 
2 
21 
99 
119 
83 
15 
66 
91 
115 
37 
108 
27 
10 
55 
105 



Jr 



Jr 



Pinkerton, Lowell C 
Pioda, Mary E — 
Pippin, Theodore C, 
Pittman, Earle S 
Pitts, Henry L. , Jr 
Pitts, Malcolm E 
Pitts, William F 
Pixley, John Carter 
Plaister, Theodore 
Plakias, John N 
Plant, George Albert 

Piatt, Herman 

Pletcher, Charles H 
Pletcher, Kenneth E 
Plischke, Elmer 

Plitt, Edwin A 

Plowman, Janice 
Polakoff, Joseph 
Poleman, Horace I -- 
Pollard, Eric Wilton 
Polutnik, Ernest V 
Pond, Richard J 

Pool, John C 

Poole, Henry, Jr 
Poole, Richard A 

Pope, James D 

Popple, Paul M 

Porch, Paul K 

Porteous, Barbara 
Porter, Dwight J 
Porter, Mary Jane 
Porter, William J 

Post, Albert 

Post, David 

Pott, William S. A 
Potter, Howard W. 

Potter, Kennett F 

Potter, Philip B. K 

Potts, Bertha Charlotte 

Potvin, Leo Joseph 

PouUada, Leon B 

Powell, Boyce E 

Charles K 

Ellis 

George L 

James C. , Jr 

John M 

Powelson, Stephen V. N 

Powley, Handle H 

Pracht, Raymond W. T — 

Prager, Henry 

Pratt, roster J 

Herbert J 

James W 

Laura Lee 

Leonard E 

Norman K 

Prendergast, Joseph — 

Prengel, Alex Theodore — 

Prentice, Edward S 

Prentice, Henry W 

Prentice, Marshall 

Preston, Austin R 

Preston, Hart 

Preston, Nathan R 

Price, C. Hoyt 

Price, Darrell Manning — 

Price, James R 

Price, William E 

Prichard, Virgil E 

Prince, Edward P 

Pringle, Richard 

Pringle, Sandy MacGregor 

Prisbeck, Stanley J 

Pritchard, James B 

Privitera, Joseph Frederick 
Proehl, Paul O 



15 



Powell, 
Powell, 
Powell, 
Powell, 
Powell, 



Pratt, 
Pratt, 
Pratt, 
Pratt, 
Pratt, 



Page 

105 

114 

20 

1 

77 
111 
17,68 
31 
128 
85 
88 
42 
13 
62,92 
27 
105 
61 
105 
69 
72 
89 
38 
1 
82 
105 
120 
99 
98 
95 
35 
5 
105 
60 
68 
94 
24 
81 
85 
94 
64 
105 
60 
23 
126 
115 
81 
105 
117 
127 
115 
59 
112 
26 
97 
36 
12 
79 
113 
21 
119 
29 
42 
83 
114 
47 
6 
95 
105 
81 
97 
84 
128 
87 
89 
90 
105 
105 



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Page 

Prohme, Rupert 6 

Propps, Herbert F 61 

Prostov, Eugene V 105 

Prout, Francis Joseph 122 

Ptak, Miles Ondrey 4 

Pulos, William E 66 

Purcell, Arthur Wolcott -- - 96 

Purcell, Ralph E 70 

Purdy, Albert C — -- 90 

Purnell, Lewis M 10 

I>utman, Augustus L 74 

Quate, Graham Sheppard 94 

Queneau, Francoise C 21 

Query, Leo J 19 

Quick, James C 7 

Quick, Walter J., Jr - 121 

Quinlan, Clifford J 38 

Quinn, John T 111 

Quintana, Joe Richard 14,17,99 

Quirk, Richard J 119 

Raab, George J - 118 

Rabenold, EUwood M. , Jr - --- 91 

Rabida, Albert A 90 

Rachlis, Eugene J 112 

Rademaker, Fred E 54 

Radigan, Harold P - 53 

Ragland, Joseph P 63 

Raine, Philip 80 

Rainer, Rudolf H 30 

Raineri, Peter J 8 

Ralston, Lawrence P 57 

Rambo, William Preston 9 

Ramey, Rufus S 2 

Ramisch, Margaret L 61 

Ramsaur, Ernest E., Jr 44 

Ramsey, Henry C 26 

Ramsey, Henry O 16 

Randall, Harold M - 80 

Randall, James S 51 

Randies, Elizabeth 18 

Randolph, Archibald R --- 105 

Rankin, Forney A 80 

Rankin, Karl L --- 13 

Rann, Henry Niels 16 

Ranslow, George E 37 

Rapp, Edward William 41 

Rappleye, W. C 126 

Rarick, Clarence G 15,17,68 

Rasberry, Mitchell C 87 

Rasin, George B., Jr 114 

Raven, Robert R 10 

Rvenholt, Marjorie 126 

Ravndal, Christian M 68 

Rawson, Edward 100 

Rawson, John D 114 

Raymond, Joseph H. , Jr 56 

Raynor, Eleanor C 47 

Read, Marion Ellette 68 

Read, Robert E --- 93 

Real, Harry A --- 89 

Ream, Howard -— 128 

Reams, R. Borden 92 

Reasorer, Harry Truman 88 

Reber, Marlen Elmer 89 

Reber, Samuel, Jr 25 

Recknagel, Thomas M 105 

Recktenwald, James A 30 

Redden, Normand William 74 

Reddington, John P 61 

Redecker, Sydney B 97 

Redford, Ralph H 10 

Redington, Robert J 93 

Redlich, Robert B 32 

Reed, Barrett M 76 

Reed, Charles S. , 2d - 76 



Reed, George L 

Reed, Henry Clinton 

Reed, Horace G 

Reed, Juan A 

Reeder, Lorin G 

Reef, Arthur 

Rees, John O 

Re'esc, Elmer A 

Reese, George Henkle 

Reeves, Richard H 

Regan, John W 

Regis, Peter 

Rehberg, Ralph C — - 

Rehfeld, Eric 

Reichard, Hugh C 

Reichert, William R 

Reid, Jack D 

Reid, John T 

Reid, Thomas M 

Reilly, Margaret A 

Rein, Gerald N 

Reiner, Herbert, Jr 

Reinert, Henry W. A 

Reinfrank, Burton D. , Jr 

Reinhard, Charles A 

Reinhardt, G. Frederick 

Reinsel, Glenn Joseph 

Reiss, Patrick F 

Remer, Georgiana C 

Remick, Eliot W. , Jr 

Remington, Gilford Willis 

Remole, Robert A 

Renchard, George W 

Rendall, Edwin C -- 

Renne, Roland 

Renner, John C 

Rennie, Robert F 

Renoud, Roy F 

Reveley, Paul J 

Rew, George R 

Rew, William S 

Rewinkel, Milton C 

Reynolds, Cushman C 

Reynolds, G. Edward 

Reynolds, Genevieve 

Reynolds, Lucille 

Reynolds, Robert 

Rhea, John E 

Rhine, Floyd W 

Rhoades, Hillard A 

Rhoades, Otis W 

Rhodes, Harold H 

Rhodes, John Pursell 

Rhodes, W. Courtlandt - ■ 

Rhyne, William C 

Ricciardi, Robert D 

Rice, Charles M. , Jr 

Rice, Charley L 

Rice, Edward E 

Rice, Elizabeth 

Rice, Marion J 

Rice, Maurice S 

Richards, Arthur L 

Richards, Eugene E 

Richards, J. Bartlett --■ 

Richardson, Edna A 

Richardson, Guy R 

Richardson, John H 

Richardson, John W 

Richardson, Lowell G 

Richardson, Stanley P 

Richardson, W. Garland 

Richmond, William Pinyard, Jr 

Richmond, John M 

Richmond, Yale Wolf 

Richwine, Hugh Kenneth 

Ridder, Walter Thompson 



INDEX OF PERSONS 



Page 

^ 63 

Fames W - 20 

^ 30 

rancis ^6 

67 

e^s 48 

, 128 

J 85 

nrginia !? 

, Ob 

A "-'-'- 23 

35 

W -— 13 

ur R — =^ 

Barnes *" 

^ 63 

rt E J: 

99 

128 

, 92 

00 91 

H 79 

J 55 

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> -■— - 40 

33 

rlesH 2,9.12,87 

thG 69 

40 

orie'N 40 

1 E 66 

ik Joseph 29 

;rt Walter °l 

Edward °^ 

m — 31 

If Adelaide ^^ 

'j. -- 36 

cy F — - 24 

iolph 65 

icer Eugene ■^ 

iam HoUoway 9" 

rchie 128 

ivid A II 

Btty W 1° 

illiam P - ^° 

elm H 41 

d J 27 

ley E 42 

„Jd H 105 

rold - ^2 

mes A -- 126 

hn Parker ^^-^ 

seph A — 24 

,edP 51 

lomas Clyde M Jt 

lomas H 65 

rginia Mae 105 

•oldD 11 

rlesB 43 

s M 73 

-L--Ir -" 108 

anW - 1° 

uartW 103 

las, Jr 66 

,aj.d L 98 

E 30 

lliam Louis 10 

Mfonso 91 

•ry Winter 15 

seph - 31 

eorge B ^^" 

rederick L 4° 

roseph H - - 64 

ordG -- 90 

,1 K 27 



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Rogers, 
Rogers, 
Rogers, 
Rogers, 
Rogers, 
Rogers, 
Rogers, 
Rogers, 
Rogers, 
Rogers, 
Rohde, 



Francis E 
Genevieve — 
Herbert J 
James Garret 

John F 

John M 

Jordan T 
Leo John 
Willard M 
William G 
Edwin Howard 



Rokes, Ian Bennett A 
Roland, Joseph M 

Roll, William G 

Romero, Arthur J 

Romero, Jose L 

Romine, Woodward 
Romita, Joseph William 
Ronhovde, Andreas G 

Rood, Leslie L 

Roof, William R 

Rooney, Lloyd Henry - 
Roosevelt, Archibald B. 
Root, Donald Scott 

Root, John B 

Root, John Frick 

Roper, George S 

Rose, Halleck L 

Rose, Helen W 

Rose, Robert Harlan 

Rosen, Arthur H 

Rosen, Barnett Morris 

Rosen, Melvin S 

Rosenberg, Samuel 
Rosendale, David 
Rosenfeld, Adelin C 
Rosenthal, Herbert C 
Roser, Harold C, Jr 

Rosner, Milton S 

Ross, Byron H. C 

Ross, Claude G 

Ervin Clinton 

Louis 

Robert W 

Roger P 

William E 
Edward A 



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Ross, 
Ross, 
Ross, 
Ross, 
Ross, 
Rossit, 



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Rossow, Robert, 

Host, Betty J 

Roth, Morton A 

Rothblum, Egon G 

Rothe, Marschal D. , Jr -- 

Rothlein, Gerard John 

Roudakoff, Paul P 

Roudybush, Franklin 

Rounds, Frank W. , Jr 

Rourk, John P 

Rousseau, James Talmadge 

Routt, Garland C 

Rowe, Philip C 

Rowell, Edward J 

Rowlett, JohnE., Jr 

Royall, Penelope 

Royt, Frederick L 

Rozier, John W 

Rubottom, Roy Richard, Jr 

Ruch, Kenneth Jones 

Ruchti, James R 

Ruddock, Merritt Kirk 
Rude, Theodore Alfred 
Rudolph, Julius I. , Jr 

Rued, Emily Elizabeth 

Rueter, Frank T 

Ruff, Samuel O 

Ruffner, B. Winfred 

Ruge, Neil M 

Ruggles, Glenn Anderson 



119 

30 

6,92 

32 

63 

50 

105 

77 

112 

17 

38 

87 

3 

16 
12 
86 
51 
91 
105 
63 
95 
39 
96 
47 
105 
94 
87 
45 
66 
5 
100 
36 
114 
123 
53 
10 
95 
42 
52 
129 
105 
88 
88 
64 
64 
12 
53 
70 
28 
26 
117 
96 
5 
25 
24 
97 
84 
63 
73 
77 
90 
82 
23 
19 
78 
105 
108 
105 
59 
40 
40 
48 
13 
78 
78 
82 
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Ruhe, Robert V 

Ruppert, Richard A 

Rush, Frank Neill 

Rush, James T 

Russ, Glen W 

Russell, Charles W 

Russell, H. Earle, Jr 

Russell, John C 

Russell, Judith F 

Russell, William E., Jr 

Russo, Vincent 

Rutherford, M. Robert 

Rutledge, Annabeall E 

Rutter, Peter 

Rutter, William Davis 

Ruyle, Benjamin J 

Ryals, John David, Jr 

Ryan, Edward 

Ryan, Leo John 

Ryan, Paul Brennan 

Ryan, William F 

Ryckman, Lawrence Richard 

Ryerson, K. A 

Ryerson, Martin G 

Rynas, Stephen A 

Saadeh, E. Victor 

Saba, Phillip Z 

Sabini, John A 

Sabo, John Archer 

Sachanen, Felix N 

Sacksteder, Frederick H 
Sacksteder, Frederick H. , Jr 

Sadler, Elizabeth 

Safer, David A 

Sailer, William J 

St. Clair, Dorothy 

St. Denis, Albert H — - 

St. Louis, George 

St. Sauveur, Frieda M 

Sakouta, Vitaly M 

Sale, William B 

Salert, Irving 

Salisbury, Henry W. , Jr — 

Salmon, John S. J 

Salter, Fred K -- 

oalvatierra, Richard C 

Sampson, Richards 

Samsel, Howard M 

Sanchez, Manuel 

Sanderhoff, Lubert O 

Sanders, Terry B. , Jr 

Sanderson, Corey B 

Sands, William Langdon 

Sandvig, Mauda M. P 

Sandvos, Annis 

Sanford, Benjamin F 

Sanger, Richard H 

Sanner, Cecil B 

Saposs, David J 

Sappington, James C, 3d 

Sargent, Frederick O 

Saron, Alex 

Sarratt, Anthony M 

Satterthwaite, Joseph C 

Satterthwaite, Livingston 

Saucedo, Ralph G 

Savage, Edward J 

Savage, Robert William 

Saveskie, Peter N 

Sawyer, Eugene D 

Sawyer, Henry W. , 3d 

Saxe, Jo W --- 

Saylor, Clarence O 

Sayre, Kennetli H 

Scanlan, EmmettA., Jr 



Page 

117 

39 

3 

2 

19 

105 
19 

120 
31 
97 
75 
90 

115 

105 
70 

105 

29 

92 

87 

15,68 

105 
18 

128 
91 
77 



10 
24 
41 
96 
17 
53 
89 
114 
32 
76 
36 
126 
57 
57 
75 
8 
124 
77 
3 
15 
1 
7 
6,21, 
79,83 
71 
105 
70 
105 
80 
66 
61 
78 
37 
111 
90 
30 
45 
83 
12 
105 
11 
49 
18 
46 
69 
60 
118 
127 
88 
107 



Scannell, George H 

Scarbeck, Irvin C 

Scarbrough, Dwight E 

Scavarda, Caesar J 

Schaben, Richard W 

Schaffner, Louise 

Scharff, Arthur B 

Schaub, Stanley 

Schaufele, William E. , Jr -- 

Schaus, George 

Schechter, Arthur Martin — 

Schechter, Edmund 

Scherbacher, Marcus Wesley 

Scherbak Boris 

Schermer, Robert John 

Scheyer, Florence E 

Schick, C. Joseph 

Schiff, Stanley D - 

Schiffer, Martin 

Schillig, Francis W 

Schindel, Morton 

Schlatter, Aline Ball 

Schlomann, Ernst A 

Schmertz, Kennedy B 

Schmidt, Graham E 

Schmidt, Hubert G 

Schmidt, Maurice R 

Schnee, Alexander 

Schneider, Agnes E 

Schneider, David Taylor 

Schneider, Ernest E 

Schneider, George E 

Schneider, Glenn E 

Schneider, Henry J 

Schneider, Karl J 

Schneider, Robert M 

Schneider, Robert T 

Schnell, Eugene A 

Schoen, Abbey 

Schoenfeld, Rudolf E 

Schoening, Everett W 

Schoonover, Norman M 

Schott, Robert R 

Schott, William W 

Schraud, Myron H 

Schrenk, William J. , Jr 

Schroder, W. Herman 

Schroeder, Hans H 

Schuelke, Herbert T 

Schuetz, Anne M 

Schuler, Frank A., Jr 

Schultheis, Frederic D 

Schulz, Thomas F 

Schumacher, Theodore L 

Schute, Norman Vere 

Schutz, Joseph W 

Schwartz, Harold 

Schwartz, Harold L 

Schwartz, Martha G 

Schwartz, Richard A. O 

Schwarztrauber, Evelyn M 

Schweitzer, Ralph A 

Schwenk, Edmund Heinz 

Scoon, John G. H 

Scott, Albert W 

Scott, Catherine 

Scott, Denny F 

Scott, John Alexander 

Scott, Robert D 

Scott, Samuel Jack 

Scotten, Robert M 

Scranton, Laurell L 

Scull, Robert S 

Seagrave, Norman P 

Seagraves, Van H 

Seaman, Mary G 

Seaman, Robert A 



INDEX OF PERSONS 



197 



Page 

36 
86 

67 
108 

28 

97 
112 

91 

41 

35 

53 

48 
100 

81 

38 
126 

51 

54 

31 

24 

113 

51 
1 

61 

48 

88 
6 

76 

30 

9 

1 

70 

105 

120 

116 
89 

121 
38 
52 
42 
16 
17 
11 
19 
55 
98 
10 
98 
55 
34 
75 

105 

116 

75 

53 

24 

74 

13 

49 

40 

65 

31 

129 

112 

61 

123 

75 

35 

85 

70 

105 

79 

109 

116 

32 

105 

15 



Shields, Eleanor M 

Shields, Robert L 

Shillock, John C. , Jr 
Shimp, Max L 

Shinkman, Paul A 

Shinnors, James A 

Shipp, William E 

Shireman, Charles H 

Shockley, William P. , Jr 
Shoemaker, Leo William 
Shollenberger, Joseph 

Shopoff, Darwin H 

Shubert, Leonard B 

ShuUaw, Harold 

Shults, Lucy A 

Shuster, George N 

Shute, Benjamin R 

Shute, James L 

Shutt, William B 

Siebens, Allen C 

Siegel, Sidney Charles 

Siemer, Heinrich S 

Sigmond, Frithjof C 

Silberstein, Joseph A 

Sillett, Frederick T — 
Silver, Warren A — 

Silverman, Irving — 
Silverstein, Jerome L 
Simmons, John F — 

Simms, John W 

Simon, Joseph T 

Simons, Langdon — 

Simonson, George L — 
Simpkins, Richard C — 
Simpson, Robert — 

Simpson, Robert B — 
Simpson, Robert Smith 
Sims, Alfred David — 

Sims, Albert G 

Sims, Harold 

Sims, Helen Dorothy --- 
Sinclair, John Talbert 
Sinclaire, Matilde — 
Singer, Dudley G 
Singleton, Oliver W --- 
Sipper, Joseph R 
Siracusa, Ernest V — 
Sirkin, Abraham M 
Siscoe, Frank G 
Siskind, Sidney S 
Sisson, Stanley Howe --• 
Sitler, Charles William 

Sitton, Ora S 

Sivard, Robert Paul 

Sivard, Ruth L 

Skaer, William K 

Skehan, Joseph T 

Skinitzero, Louis J 
Skofield, Herman T -- 
Skora, George W 
Skornia, Harry J 

Skoufis, Peter J 

Skouland, Helen J. L 

Slater, Joseph E 

Slavens, Stanley G 

Slocum, John J 

Slocum, Philip H 

Slusser, Robert M 

Small, George W 

Smart, Joseph 

Smartt, Foley Vaughn 

Smith, Alden G 

Smith, Allan H 

Smith, Archibald K 
Smith, Charles E 
Smith, Christian 
Smith, Claude H 



Page 

63 
68 
86 
36 
4 
105 
91 
32 
78 
19 
120 
88 
89 
105 
63 
47 
34 
114 
28 
27 
115 
4 
92 
19 
27 
71 
22 
40 
105 
44 
4 
112 
51 
38 
18 
91 
80 
48 
106 
65 
89 
77 
75 
108 
118 
81 
106 
119 
75 
47 
53 
91 
30 
118 
114 
81 
41 
123 
43 
6 
4 
75 
6 
27 
16 
32 
114 
34 
70 
124 
32 
126 
113 
44 
88 
82 
107 



Jr 



Jr 



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Donald W 
Durand 
Edgar K - 
Edwin L - 
Eldon B - 
George W. , 
Glenn Lee 
Grant K -- 
H. Gerald 
Harry Leroy 
Henry T 
Horace H - 
Hugh M -- 
Jack M 
James D -- 
James P — 
Jean V 
John L 
John Newton 
Jule B 
Lawson G 
Lee R 
Levi Pease, 

Louie R 

Matthew Dinsdale, 

Merlin E 

Michel F 

Norman Louis 

Paul A 

Paul A. , Jr 

Ralphs 

Ray W --- 

Richard G 

Robert D 

Robert Frederick 

Roberts 

Roger L 

Roland D 

Rufus Burr 

Rufus Z 

Russell 

Schubert Ely - 

Sidney G 

Thomas C - 

Thomas R 

Turner T 

Valentine R 

Violet --- -- 

Walter 

ith-Hutton, Henri H --- 

Smolik, Michael 

Smyth, Robert Lacy 

Snider, Clyde W - --- 

Snider, Fred C 

Snidow, William B., Jr 

Snow, Galen 

Snow, William P 

Snyder, Byron B 

Snyder, Richard E 

Snyder, Wayne E 

Sober, Sidney 

Sobotka, Clement J 

Soderberg, Henry 

Soderstrum, William O 

Sokolove, Henri 

Solana, J. Ramon 

SoUenberger, Howard 

Solomon, Darwin D 

Somerby, William A., Jr 

Somerville, James 

Sommer, Charles George - 

Sommerlatte, Karl E 

Sonne, C. Melvin, Jr 

Sorensen, Kreston Theodore 

Sorensen, Thomas C 

Sorter, Herbert 

Soucek, Apollo 



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2 
34 
45 
82 

113 
46 
70 
81 
12 
73 
76 

106 
98 
56 
38 
82 
22 
38 

106 

107 

120 

124 
11 
45 
50 

106 
45 
29 

107 
90 

107 
43 
83 
91 
77 
23 
77 

126 
94 
86 

112 
47 
20 
92 

126 

106 
68 
83 
20 
23,93 
64 
11 
83 
21 
92 
32 
84 
55 
46 
90 
69 
59 
80 
37 
69 

106 

106 

128 
68 

106 
80 

106 
81 

117 
78 
30 
61 



Soulen, Garrett H -- 

Southerland, John Harlan 
Southwick, Edward Page 

Sowden, Parkin T 

Sowell, Benjamin L 

Sowell, Joseph W 

Spalding, Francis L 

Sparks, Edward J 

Sparks, Joseph S 

Spaulding, Ernest Wilder 

Spear, Moncrieff J 

Speer, Robert P. , Sr 

Speight, John Joshua 

Spelman, Frans 

Spence, Robert R 

Spence, William Wayne 
Spencer, Corinne White 

Spencer, Donald E 

Spencer, Dorothy M 

Spengler, William F 

Speyer, Darthea 

Spielman, Henry W 

Spigler, Donald S 

Spiller, John G 

Spinks, Charles Nelson 

Spinx, Jack C 

Spitler, James H 

Spitz, Peter 

Spivack, Herbert D 

Spofford, Charles M 

Spofford, Dorothy Edith 

Sponner, Rosemarie I 

Sponsler, William 

Sprecher, Daniel 

Springer, George E 

Springer, Mildred S 

Springer, Paul L 

Springs, L. Pittman 

Sprouse, Philip D 

Squier, Theodore L. , Jr 

Squire, Christopher A 

Squire, Earl Thomas 

Squires, Leslie Albion — 

Stabler, Wells 

Stackhouse, Heywood H 

Stahl, Alice C 

Stahl, Michael A 

Stahl, Roy Ward 

Standish, Myles, 3d 

Stanford, G. Alonzo 

Stanger, Ernest L 

Stanger, George J 

Stanger, Gerda H 

Stangwilo, Zeno Stanley 

Stanley, L. Margaret 

Stanne, Peter 

Stansbury, Edward 

Stanton, Edwin F 

Stanton, Phoebe Baroody 

Staples, Eugene S 

Stapp, Philip 

Starbird, Leonard H 

Starcevic, Anthony E 

Starch, Elmer A 

Stark, Milton R 

Starkey, Joseph F 

Staton, John Martin 

Stave, Thomas C 

Stearman, William Lloyd 

Stearns, Monteagle 

Stebbins, Frances F 

Stebbins, Henry E 

Stecher, Lisbeth A 

Steck, Leon Judah 

Stedman, William Perry, Jr 

Steege, Harold Milton 

Steele, Bernard 



INDEX OF PERSONS 



Page 

Allan — - — 40 

69,82 

L., Jr - 11'' 

, ' 108 

r 106 

° 44 

, L -- 108 

4 

, Jr 118 

78 

34 

dj 119 

F., Jr 3. 

lin F 37 

Lisle, Jr 7^ 

F 72 

, p 67 

44 

■s H — 109 

in T 53 

Nelson 66 

ird H -— 2 

ius 67 

rd W 66 

Heinz 29 

as — - 42 

E - ''S 

is Bowden, Jr 34 

ne Larson H" 

tw 119 

hw 77,94 

ert A 1'' 

aid D 127 

Ian 12 

^ 61 

Jin R 28 

tw - 18.19 

as E - 71 

mC — - 81 

mK 114 

jnR 3,117 

;iUa G H^ 

90 

iC, Jr 97 

B 68 

36 

lien Ann 37 

e 28 

C - 12 

er J., Jr 34 

W 42 

E - — 57 

,sS 120 

SI. P — 111 

^N 108 

A -— 28 

ice E 73 

106 

'p — 87 

29 

97 

David 33 

1 - 30 

ivid Worth 10,94 

mG 98 

rt W 65 

E -- 70 

rles F --- - 11 

L 81 

W 16 

15 

F 76 

p 67 

iglas A 120 

:arlB 124 

120 

ildM --- 118 



199 

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Sullivan, 
Sullivan, 
Sullivan, 
Sullivan, 
Sullivan, 



Streeper, Robert B 
Street, Frank L -- 
Strickland, Isaac F 
Stringer, George E 
Stritman, Harry R 
Stroh, Arthur H -- 
Strom, Carl W -- 
Strong, Gordon B 
Strong, Robert C 
Strong, Robert W. 

Stryker, Gerald 

Stryker, Virginia C 

Stuart, J. Leighton 

Stuart, John R 

Stuart, Wallace W 

Stubbs, Cherry C 

Stubbs, William H 

Stuenkel, Gilbert H 

Stugard, Burl 

StuU, Lee Thompson 

Stupar, Peter M 

Sturm, John Felix 

Sturm, Paul J 

Sturt, Daniel Webster 

Stutesman, John H. , Jr 

Stutzman, Ralph H 

Styles, Francis H 

Suhler, Sidney V 

Sullivan, Ada Miriam 

John W 

Joseph Brown 
Kenneth P. T 

Robert B 

William H 

Sulser, Jack A 

Sultan, Herbert L 

Summ, Godfrey Harvey 
Summers, Lionel M 
Summers, Thomas B 

Sumner, John 

Sumner, Philip D 

Sundell, Charles C 

Sundt, Olaf Francis - 

Supple, William J 

Surasky, Mary 

Sussmann, Patricia 

Sutherland, George L 

Sutherland, Hugh B 

Sutter, John O 

Sutterlin, James S 

Sutton, Edmund Boyd 

Sutton, Edward B • 

Sutton, Eugene Rodman 

Svoboda, Josef J 

Swan, Marshall W. S 

Swank, Emory C 

Swanson, Harry R 

Swanson, Raymond John - 

Swayne, ICingdon W 

Sweeney, Joseph H 

Sweeney, Wilson E 

Sweet, Cortlandt Rugless 

Swezey, Anthony C 

Swierczek, Walter L 

Swim, Allan L 

Swing, Joseph M 

Swope, Guy J 

Swope, Harold 

Swope, Warren L 

Symans, Edward A 

Symmes, Harrison M. , Jr 

Tabailloux, Elie P. D 

Taber, Alva L 

Tadross, Thomas G 

Taff, Alfred E 

Taft, Orray, Jr 



42 
81 
61 
49 
75 
43 
107 
77 
106 
11 
106 
10 
107 
66 
106 
71 
127 
49 
91 
50 
41 
21 
106 
125 
72 
52 
92 
45 
63 
61 
89 
106 
70 
108 
61 
39 
9 
74 
73 
126 
106 
11 
20 
60 
106 
114 
HI 
113 
106 
106 
121 
26 
57 
125 
83 
71 
38 
11 
11 
96 
69 
13 
79 
23 
112 
46 
25 
56 
11 
78 
94 

46 

10 

49 

118 

106 



Page 

Taggart, Paul F 57 

Tait, George 7 

Tail, Thomas E 64 

Tait, William M — - 121 

Talbot, Jack V -- --- -- 88 

Talcott, Ralph C 66 

Taliaferro, Charles H 81 

Tallman, John H -- - 126 

Tanck, Margarite H 12 

Tanguy, Charles R 82 

Tank, Martin M 112 

Tanner, Charles M 88 

Tanner. Edward Livingston 14,84,86 

Tappan, Fred A 40 

Tardiff, Charles Norman 115 

Tarin, JohnA -- 106 

Tarrant, William Theodore, Jr 79 

Tasca, Henry J 111 

Tate, Frank Asberry -- 82 

Tate, Harolds -- - - 120 

Tate, Herbert Holmes 85 

Tate, Paul A -- --- 15 

Taylor, Alonzo Englebert 125 

Taylor, Anne A 85 

Taylor, C. William 118 

Taylor, Charles Arthur, Jr 16 

Taylor, Clifford C 69,82 

Taylor, Edward W -- 122 

Taylor, Ellen 33 

Taylor, Eunice 18 

Taylor, Eva 10 

Taylor, Evan Augustus 43 

Taylor, Frank D 21 

Taylor, Fred Green 31 

Taylor, Glen Seymour 59 

Taylor, Harold A 28 

Taylor, Henry L 9 

Taylor, Joseph I - — 53 

Taylor, Kathleen C 106 

Taylor, Laurence W -- 107 

Taylor, Osborne M 28 

Taylor, Richard Porter 59 

Taylor, Robert 30 

Taylor, Robert M --- 57 

Teall, Girvan 17 

Teller, Hugh H --- --- 76 

Templeton, Eleanor 83 

Templeton, Payne 51 

Tenander, Tuure 20 

Tener, George E., 2d 89 

Tennant, Edward F - 35 

Tenney, E. Paul 65 

Tennyson, Leonard B 117 

Tentes, Spiron J -- 122 

TePaske, Adelphos H --- 51 

Tepper, Robert J 98 

Teran, Gerald 48 

Terrell, Edwin M 15 

Terrill, Robert P 20 

Terry, Carroll M 3 

Terry, Niemann A. , Jr 75 

Tetlie, Richard Norman 74 

Tetro, Robert Carl 74 

Tewksbury, Howard H 86 

Thacher, Nicholas G -- 70,83 

Thackara, Emily C 61 

Thayer, Charles W --- 25 

Thayer, Robert H 20 

Thibodeaux, Ben H 3,116 

Thiel, Cyril L. F 2 

Thirkield, Ben A -- 97 

Thomas, Charles W 93 

Thomas, Edward J -- 68 

Thomas, Harry Church 28 

Thomas, Henry Evans, 3d 34 

Thomas, Howard C. , Jr 23 

Thomas, Patrick R 44 



Thomas, Reuben R 

Thomas, Robert Bernard 

Thomas, Sheldon 

Thomason, L. Allen, Jr 
Thomasson, David A — 

Thompson, Charles O — 

Thompson, Clary 

Thompson, Erwin C 

Thompson, Glenn E 

Thompson, Harold E. M 
Thompson, Herbert B — 

Thompson, Jack H. L — 

Thompson, John M. , Jr — 
Thompson, Llewellyn E., Jr 
Thompson, Malcolm — 

Thompson, Roger W — 

Thompson, Tyler 

Thompson, Willard L — 

Thomsen, Hans Peter — 

Thomson, Charles A — 

Thomson, David R 

Thomson, Earl F 

Thomson, Herberts., Jr 
Thon, Harry William 

Thoren, Conrad J 

Thornal, Reuben B 

Thorpe, Roger C 

Thrasher, Edward J — 

Thurgood, Harriet C — 

Thurston, Joe L 

Thurston, Ray L 

Thurston, Walter 

Thysell, Joseph R 

Tibbetts, Margaret Joy — 
Tienken, Arthur Thomas 

Tierney, James F 

Tierney, JohnA 

Tierney, William J 

Tillotson, Robert L 

Tilson, Howard 

Tilson, Thomas G 

Timberlake, Clare H — 

Timboe, Guy Purdy 

Timmons, Benson E. L — 

Tindall, Robert K 

Tinnerello, John Lewis — 

Tisdale, Tyron E 

Tisinger, Joseph B. , 3d 
Tittmann, Harold H. , Jr 

Titus, Earle O 

Tobin, James W 

Todd, George Richard 

Todd, Glenn Lester 

Todd, Joseph A 

Tolman, Lewis B 

Tooley, Greath A 

Toombs, Robert H 

Toon, Malcolm 

Topping, John L 

Torbert, Horace G. , Jr — 

Torella, Ernest R 

Torland, Torleif C 

Torrey, Charles Philip — 
Torrey, Don Richard — 

Toth, Irene 

Touchette, Joseph I 

Touchstone, Madelaine M 

Toughill, James H 

Towner, Milton M 

Towner, Robert Gray — 

Townes, Mary Ella 

Townsend, Francis E — 

Tozer, Edward W 

Trabant, Warren E 

Tragakes, Constantine N 

Trager, Frank N 

Transtrum, Orville H — 



INDEX OF PERSONS 



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ardK 

:arlos, Jr 

L F - — 

P — - 

eodore A 

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don C --- 

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-non R 

liam T 

liam N 

Harry L 

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jam R 

ibert L. E --- 

)rge A 

Vidkunn 

Francis T. , Jr 

William A -- - 

nard 

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liam S 

Henry T 

ilton Clinton 

aid E 

:ob Jack 

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hard E 

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lilip Hanna 

iam G "" 

rhomas F 

Raymond A 

twin E 

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127 
67 
43 
121 
33 
97 
33 
33 
22 
7 
129 
12 
121 
14 
83 
17 
16 
106 
22 
53 
74 
98 
25 
24 
55 
23 
97 
76 
21 
115 
106 
19,67, 
,81,84 
65 
41 
33 
,94 
3 
26 
93 
23 
94 
55 
119 
59 
60 
86 
20 
10 



78 



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2,84 

71 

106 

121 

109 

16 

56 

108 

89 

67 

26 

1 

25 

6 

21 

54 

1 

106 

84 
106 

86 
1 

39 

47 
5 

106 



Van Cott, Clinton C 

Van de Car, Howard T 
Van Delden, Patricia G 
van den Arend, Frederik 
Vanderburg, William O 
Van Der Feen, Richard D 
van der Gracht, Ides 
Van der Laan, Joseph W 
Van de Wall, Willem --■ 
Van Dusen, Lewis Harlow, 

Van Dusen, Roy R. , Jr 

Van Essen, Marcel 

Van Laethem, George 

Van Leuben, Kermit 

Van Lier Ribbink, Catherina 

van Oss, Hendrik 

Van Vleet, Clarke 

Vardaman, Mildred A 

Vargo, Joseph E 

Varney, Charles E 

Varrati, Gilda E 

Varrelmann, George 

Vasile, Joseph A 

Vaughan, Stephen B 

Vaughn, Eugene H. , Jr 

Vebber, John M 

Veltman, Hugh E 

Venturini, Thomas 

Verity, Felix S 

Verry, Edith L 

Vest, George S 

Vestal, Claude K 

Vieira, Clarence 

Vigil, Abraham 

Viles, John L 

Villard, Henry S 

Vincent, John Carter 

Vine, Richard D 

Vines, James Watson 

Vitale, George R 

Vittetoe, Kenneth W 

Vivian, George B 

Vivrette, Lyndon 

Vlahovich, Daroslav Stephen 

Vogt, Juana AUraum 

Voigt, Elsie 

von der Lieth, John N 

Von Der Lieth, Robert T 
Von der Muhll, Emanuel 
von Eckhardt, Wolfgang -- 

Vonel, Roy Philip 

Von Elbe, Joachim 

von Hellens, Carl I 

von Hellens, Lawrence W - 
Vonier, John William — 
von Lossberg, Victor E 

Von Rospach, Cecil F 

Voorhees, Harold Carl 

Vores, Clarence E 

Vyse, William Clarke 



Wachob, John F 

Waddington, James S 

Wade, Claude M 

Wade, H. Mason 

Wade, Leigh 

Wadsworth, Frank 
Wadsworth, George 
Waggoner, Edward L -- 

Wagner, Joseph J 

Wagner, Patrick Joseph 

Wagner, Robert W 

Wahl, Theodore A 

Waid, Warner H 

Wailes, Edward T 

Wakefield, Rowan A 



20I 

Page 

25 
20 
31 
83 
96 
116 
92 
71 
45 
59 
13 
57 
97 
40 
54 
64 
46 
78 
15 
4 
115 
15 
67 
73 
120 
12 
9 
22 
75 
122 
17 
79 
6 
1 
30 
106 
82 
30 
67 
98 
14 
95 
60 
100 
21 
129 
55 
44 
34 
30 
54 
39 
61 
96 
49 
95 
49 
69 
40 
14 



116 
39 
60 
10 
9 
62 

106 
95 
64 

125 
98 
85 
32 

107 
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fOHEIGN SERVICE UST JANUARY 1, 1952 




Wald, Benjamin 

Waldee, Edward 

Waldstein, Henry F 

Walker, Cora J 

Walker, Doyle Arthur 

Walker, Gaylord Thompson 

Walker Howard L. , Jr 

Walker, James J 

Walker, James Paul 

Walker, Jay 

Walker, John O 

Walker, Joseph F 

Walker, Marion 

Walker, Mary Lillian 

Walker, Peter C 

Walker, Samuel P. , Jr 14, 

Walker, William T — - 

Walker, William W 

Wall, Edith G - 

Wall, Robert G. L 

Wallace, Arch M 

Wallace, Emmett 

Wallace, Sherman L 

Wallenberg, Hans 

Waller, Athlyn B 

Waller, Fred E 

Waller, George May 

Waller, John H 

Wallis, Adelbert Vernon 

Wallis, Marjory M 

Wallner, Woodruff 

Walmsley, Walter N. , Jr 

Walsh, John Patrick 

Walsh, Walter M 

Walstrom, Joe D 

Walstrom, Milton C 

Walter, W. Hamilton 

Wanamaker, Temple 

Ward, Angus 

Ward, Francis Everett 

Ward, James G 

Ward, James Raymond 

Ward, Johns., Jr 

Ward, Ralph E 

Ward, Robert E., Jr 

Warden, Charles B 

Wardlaw, Andrew B 

Ware, George W 

Ware, Hoyt N 

Ware, Leonard 

Ware, Robert Lothrop, Jr 

Waring, Frank Arnold 

Waring, Robert Olaf 

Warne, William Elmo 

Warnecki, Aloysius J 

Warner, Adolph Henry 

Warner, Carlos J 

Warner, George O 

Warner, Gerald 

Warner, Howry H 

Warner, Norman E 

Warner, Robert B 

Warren, Avra M 

Warren, Fletcher 

Warren, George J 

Warren, James C. , Jr 

Wartena, Lambertus 

Warwick, W. Laird 

Waseman, Emory B. , Jr 

Washburn, Barr V 

Washington, Raoul F 

Washington, S. Walter 

Wassenberg, Frederica M 

Waterman, Dana 

Waters, Wayland B 

Watrous, Livingston D 



Page 

43 
127 
39 
42 
61 
112 
22 
114 
95 
69 
120 
81 
61 
7 
100 
19,67, 
68,84 
106 
107 
69 
64 
45 
124 
66 
30 
10 
106 
26 
72 
9 
45 
20 
106 
10 
60 
M 
73 
119 
106 
65 
52 
61 
10 
118 
124 
93 
112 
67 
31 
91 
74 
92 
108 
43 
71 
37 
119 
74 
1 
106 
127 
17 
37 
85 
98 
38 
122 
48 
45 
65 
108 
15 
106 
122 
49 
45 
90 



Watson, George M 

Watson, Joseph Cannon 
Watts, Caldwell M 

Watts, Ethelbert 

Wayland, Russell G 

Waynick, Capus M 

Weadock, Robert 

Weast, Herbert S 

Weathersby, William Henry 

Weaver, Charles G 

Weaver, Findley 

Weaver, Howard Say re 

Webb, Hartwell 

Webb, James Henry, Jr 
Webb, Jessie Lawson 

Webb, William E 

Weber, Karl H 

Weber, Robert 

Webster, Edward C. , Jr -- 
Webster, George Davis 

Week, Egon E --- 

Wedda, John A 

Wehle, Ruth D 

Wehmeyer, Donald A 
Weihrauch, Dorothy E 

Weil, Hugh H 

Weil, T. Eliot 

Weiner, Herbert L 

Weininger, Arthur D 

Weintraub, Sidney 

Weir, Raymond John 

Weis, Frank Herbert 

Weise, Robert W. , Jr 
Weisenburg, Leslie A 
Welch, Aubrey Lee, Jr 

Welch, Austin J 

Welch, Rolland 

Weld, William E., Jr 

Wellborn, Alfred T 

Welles, Paul B 

Wellington, Rebecca G 

Wellman, Harvey R 

Wells, Alfred W 

Wells, Bradford H 

Wells, C. Edward 

Wells, Gladys 

Wells, H. Bartlett 

Wells, Milton K 

Welsh, Frank N 

Welsh, Margaret P 

Welsh, Stephen J 

Welty, FredW 

Weltzien, Robert Francis 

Wendel, Clarence 

Wendelin, Eric C 

Wendt, Erwin W 

Wenner, Thomas J. B 

Wentzel, Wilfred H 

Wernimont, Kenneth — 

Wertenbaker, George L — 
West, George Lybrook, Jr 

West, James R 

Westberg, Janice Benson 

Westbrook, Alice D 

Westby, Barbara M 

Westerdale, Neill R 

Western, Dorothea 

Westley, Roy Olin 

Westrum, Carl Emil 

Weyl, Michael 

Weyland, Eugene L 

Wharton, Clifton R 

Wharton, David B 

Wharton, Josephine D — 

Wheatland, Richard, 2d 

Wheelock, John T 

Whelan, Alice Stephan 



INDEX OF PERSONS 



i E 

■ick C 

ly Ada 

es H 

N 

rt L 

M 

y 

T 

Wurchison 

A 

J 

D 

Jr 

, Jr 

orge 

larion — 

A 

d E 

W 

[., Jr 
Lloyd 
orge W — 

^y 

vellH 
eorge D 
obert Braxton 

iel W 

sel A 

3 L 

es L 

V 

;e M 

Joseph E 

am A 

stG 

W 

I Austin 
irothy E 

is A 

de F 

A 

ren William 

A 

[d Taylor 

1 C, Jr 

; 

tsW 

lard R 

i 

3er 

?d H 

dward C 
imes R 
dy George 
ean Mary 

dn A 

k L 

am E 

-thur 

rthur R 

arothy E 

Lbert R 

Imer H 

eorge F 

arris H 

ickS 

Dhn Zale 
[ahlon Joseph 
largaret H 
lurat W 



Page 

84 
38 
108 
86 
77 
60 
75 
100 
120 
41 
107 
34 
87 
120 
91 
26 
115 
28 
67 
14 
50 
13 
58 
106 
33 
121 
99 
18 
25 
84 
91 
94 
7,79 
48 
107 
73 
74 
95 
76 
8 
27 
124 
62 
37 
106 
51 
127 
124 
17 
66 
120 
83 
86 
34 
76 
35 
106 
92 
106 
106 
1 
107 
21 
36 
36 
128 
81 
123 
84 
118 
95 
91 
5 
25 
12 
108 
106 



203 



Page 



Wilsey, 

V'ilson, 

Wilson, 

Wilson, 

Wilson, 

Wilson, 

Wilson, 

Wilson, 

Wilson, 

Wilson, 

Wilson, 

Wilson, 

Wilson, 

Wilson, 

Wilson, 

Wilson, 

Wilson, 

Wilson, 

Wilson, 

Wilson, 

Wilson, 

Wilson, 

Wilson, 

Wilson, 

Wilson, 

Winberg, 

Winchester, Burl 

Winfield, Gerald F 

Winfree, Robert M 

Winneshiek, William S 

Winning, Charles D 

Winship, Stephen 

Winstead, George B 

Winston, Carl 

Winston, Sam Karyl 

Winters, George H 

Winton, Eileen M 

Wise, Murray M 

Wise, Russell L 

Wise, Ulay K 

Wiseheart, Raymond F -- 
Witherby, Thomas, Jr 
Withers, Charles D 

Withey, Francis M 

Withrow, John W 

Withus, William August 

Witman, Francis E 

Witman, William, 2d 

Witt, William H 

Wittliff, Nora E 

Woelfel, Conrad 

Wolcott, George E 

Wolf, Ernest T 

Wolf, Franklin W 

Wolf, Richard A 

Wolfe, Glenn George 

Wolfe, Harry Blair 

Wolff, Stanley B 

Wolford, Richard F. W 
Wolfsperger, Ellsworth C 
WoUam, Park F - 



Williams, Myron L 

Williams, Philip P 

Williams, Randalls., Jr 

Williams, Robert Burns 

Williams, Robert Lee 

Williams, Vincent D 

Williamson, David 

Williamson, Mark 

Williamson, William E 

Willie, Leon A 

Willis, Frances E 

Willis, Harryet E 

Willner, Sidney Harold 

Willoughby, Rodney E 

Willoughby, Woodbury 

Willson, Clifford Henry 

Harry L 

Charles C, Jr 

David G., Jr 

Deering E 

Donald E 

Donald Edward 

Earl Joseph 

Edward C 

Elizabeth A 

Ellen C 

Evan M 

Harvey Leon 

Helen B 

J. Robert 

Jackson W 

James Parker 

Janet D 

John B 

Lawrence B 

Orme, Jr 

Robert E 

Thomas W. , Jr 

Truston W 

W. John, Jr 

Wklter Barron Wilton 
Carl Oscar 



70 



93 
14 

n 

23 
129 
81 
128 
127 
23 
95 
19 
23 
39 
119 
10 
69 
124 
1 
19 
83 
83 
107 
88 
60 
54 
10 
82 
82 
75 
55 
81 
65 
89 
127 
70 
55 
91 
118 
28 
80 
70 
69 
124 
126 
93 
62 
47 
106 
84 
30 
31 
107 
61 
86 
52 
22 
95 
95 
85 
95 
121 
86 
66 
106 
20 
38 
33 
12 
35 
98 
42 
35 
52 
106 
75 
25 
99 



0-52-14 




rj 









Page 

Wolle, William D 106 

WoUiak, Eugenia 97 

Wolston, Ilva Elliott 43 

Wong, Anthony L. W 122 

Wood, Bradford H 46 

Wood, C. Tyler m 

Wood, Chalmers B 6 

Wood, FlaviusC, Jr 125 

Wood, Harold C 81 

Wood, Jack W 61 

Wood, John R 21 

Wood, Loring 1 — 112 

Wood, Ralph C ill 

Wood, Roy Smith 41 

Woodbury, Herbert Field 95 

Woodbury, Maynard B 119 

Woodbury, Wendell W 109 

Woodfield, Leonard B 33 

Woods, George B 121 

Woods, Sam E 46 

Woodsman, Ruth F 31 

Woodward, Paul E 80 

Woodward, Robert F 92 

Woodward, Stanley 10 

Woodworth, William 113 

Woolard, Chester A 127 

Woolf, Donald L 22 

Wooster, Julia Louise 18 

Wootton, Richard G 31 

Wootton, Charles G 51 

Worm, William E. G 115 

Worster, Stephen C 75 

Wortzel, Arthur I 2 

Wren, Fred M \\ 

Wright, Charles A 121 

Wright, Chester S 48 

Wright, Harold O 31 

Wright, James C 37 

Wright, Lewis J 83 

Wright, Lydia J 67 

Wright, Mabel 128 

Wright, Thomas K 87 

Wright, William D 18 

Wright, William F 42 

Wrinkle, William L 31 

Wrubel, Jerome S 37 

Wyatt, Harold AUred 51 

Wyatt, James L 3 

Wyatt, Micajah Reeves 23 

Wyman, Harry B 43 



Wyman, Parker D 

Wysong, Robert C 

Xanthaky, Theodore A — 

Yacoby, Alexander H 

Yahraes, Marjorie A 

Yahraes, Richard A 

Yale, Charles E 

Yanke, Leo Alfred 

Yates, SamL., Jr 

Yearns, Kenneth J 

Yelton, Elmer E 

Ylitalo, J. Raymond 

Ylvisaker, Hedwig K 
York, Frederick Sullivan 

Yost, Charles W 

Yost, Robert L 

Young, Erwln 

Young, John B 

Young, Ralph F 

Young, Samuel H 

Young, Theodore C 

Young, W. Lawrence — 
Young, Walter Charles 
Yule, John 

Zackman, Max 

Zagorski, Steven D 

Zahner, James Burns 
Zawadski, Eugenie — 

Zawadzki, Casimir T 

Zecca, John 

Zehngraff, Paul 

Zellefrow, Albert E — 

Zelter, Sahni T 

Zempleny, Bela 

Zentz, George H 

Zerbel, Harry R 

Zigman, Joseph 

Zimmerman, Constantine 
Zimmerman, David M. , Jr 
Zimmermann, Jean E 
Zimmermann, Robert W 

Zink, Harold 

Zirkle, Vernon B 

Zogby, Ghosn J 

Zurhellen, Joseph O., Jr - 
Zweig, Ben 



52 

74 
41 
34 
11 
52 

126 
72 

114 
33 

109 
17 
31 
50 
96 
46 
94 
27 
62 
96 

108 
15 



GEOGRAPHIC INDEX 

.rovinces. states, and other administrative divisions are omitted from this index but those 
areas of which h^ve been formally or informally assigned to consular districts may be 
142-160 alphabetically under name of country. 1 



jld Coast, West Africa 



iba, Ethiopia (E) 
South Australia, 
ia (C(S.P.)) 



Page 

64, 134 
19,132 

2,131 

63,134 

■ 1,131,142 

■ 7,64,131, 
134,139,142 



o Accra, Algiers, Azores, 
Islands, Cape Verde 
, Dakar, Dar-es-Salaam, 
Elisabethville, Lagos, 
dville, Liberia, Lourenco 
;s, Luanda, Madagascar, 
a, Mombasa, Morocco, 
i, Salisbury, Tunis, and 
)f South Africa, 
eta, Sonora, Mexico (C) - 

ia, Egypt (CG) 

Algeria (CG) 

e, Panama (CA) 

Jordan (L) 

im, Netherlands (CG) --- 



Africa 

Turkey (E) -• 
Turkey (ECA) 



Cuba (CA) 

sta, Chile (C) 

, Belgium (CG) 

see also Saudi Arabia) 
I, Peru (CA) 



Slether lands, West Indies 



Eritrea (C) 



81,137 

18,132 

24, 133 

86 

77,136 

83,138 

139,143 

90, 139 

95,96 

124 

139,142 

16 

13,132 

7,131 

143 

87 

1,131,143 

83 
140, 142 
19, 132 



1, Paraguay (E) 86,87,139 



Greece (E) 



65,66, 
67,135 
119 
84,138 



Greece (ECA) 

d. New Zealand (C(S.P.)) 

ta 2, 131, 143 

2,116 

nistration Division 

liar Division 

)mic Division 

Commissioner and Chief of 

;sion. Office of 

Division 

:cal Division 

c Affairs Division 

ripartite Secretariat 



90,139, 143 



Regional 
Bureau 



EUR 
EUR 
EUR 
ARA 
EUR 
NEA 



NEA 
ARA 
EUR 



zuflen, Germany -- 57 

d, Iraq(E) 73,136 

IS 65,134,143 

See Salvador, Bahia, Brazil. 

1 Islands 139 

.tha Cliath. See Dublin. 

k, Thailand (E) 94,95,140 



Bangkok, Thailand (ECA) 

Barbados, British West Indies (C)- 

Barcelona, Spain (CG) 

Bari, Italy (C) - — 

Barranquilla, Colombia (C)-- 

Basel, Switzerland (C) 

Basra, Iraq (C) 

Batavia, Java, Indonesia. See 
Djakarta. 

Beirut, Lebanon (L) 

Bele'm, Para, Brazil (C) 

Belfast, Northern Ireland (CG) 

Belgian Congo 

Belgium 



EUR 

EUR 
NEA 

EUR 
GER 



EUR 
EUR 
EUR 
ARA 



NEA 
EUR 

EUR 



Page 

127 
65,135 
91,139 

76,136 
14,132 
93,140 
73,136 



78, 137 

9, 131 

62,133 

7,131,142 

6,117, 

131,143 

100, 141 

125 

65,135 

79,137 



85,139 
42,133 



Belgrade, Yugoslavia (E) 

Belgrade, Yugoslavia (ECA) 

Belize, British Honduras (C) 

Benghazi, Libya (C) 

Beograd. See Belgrade. 

Bergen, Norway (C) 

Berlin, Germany (C) --- 

Bermuda 65, 134, 143 

Bern, Switzerland (ECA) -- 124 

Bern, Switzerland (L) — - 92,93,140 

91,139 

62,133 

14,132 

7,131,144 

76,136 

70,135 

23,133 

144 

62,133 



Bilbao, Spain (C) 

Birmingham, England (C) 

Bogota, Colombia (E) 

Bolivia — ■ 

Bologna, Italy (USIE only) 

Bombay, India (CG) -■ 

Bordeaux, France (C) 

Borneo, British 

Bradford, England (C) 

Brazil 7,131,144 

44,45,133 



EUR 



EUR 

EUR 
EUR 
ARA 
ARA 



GER Bremen, Germany (CG) 

GER Bremerhaven, Germany (Bremen 

Sub-office) 

Brisbane, Queensland, Australia 

(C(S.P.)) 

British Guiana 

British Honduras 

British West Indies -- 

Brunei 

Brussels, Belgium (E) 

Brussels, Belgium (ECA) 

Bucharest, Rumania (L) 

Budapest, Hungary (L) -- 

Buenaventura, Colombia (CA) 

Buenos Aires, Argentina (E) 

Bulgaria 

Burma, Union of 



65 



NEA Cairo, Egypt (E) 

NEA Calcutta, India (CG) 

EUR Calgary, Alberta, Canada (C)- 

ARA Cali, Colombia (C) 

ARA Camaguey, Cuba (CA)- 



133 

2,131 

135,144 

65, 135 

65,135 

134 

6,131 

117 

90, 139 

68,135 

14 

1,131 

9 

10, 126, 

131,144 

17,132 
70,135 

11 
14, 132 

15 



Cambodia, Kingdom of 10,131,144 



Cameroons, The 
Canada 



134 
10 



Canary Islands - - 92,140,144 



205 



J.\JO 



rtjKtujiN oiinvicii Liioi jainuakx i, laois 




W 



i 




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Bureau Page 

EUR Canberra, Australian Capital 

Territory, Australia (E) 2 

Canton, Kwangtung, China 13 

EUR Capetown, Cape Province, Union 

of South Africa (CG) 97, 140 

Cape Verde Islands --- 139,142,144 

ARA Cap Haitien, Haiti (CA) --- - 68 

ARA Caracas, Venezuela (CO- 99 

ARA Caracas, Venezuela (E) 98,99,140 

EUR Cardiff, Wales (C) 62,134 

NEA Casablanca, Morocco (CG) 82, 138 

Ceara. See Fortaleza. 

FE Cebu, Republic of the Philippines 

(C(S.P.)) 89,139 

Ceiba. See La Ceiba. 

Ceylon 12,131,144 

EUR Cherbourg, France (C) 23,133 

FE Chiengmai, Thailand (C(S. P.)) 95,140 

ARA Chihuahua, Chihuahua, Mexico (C) 81, 137 

Chile 12,132,144 

China 13,126, 

132, 144 

Chosen. See Korea. 

EUR Christchurch, New Zealand (CA)-- 84,138 

Chungking, China 13 

ARA Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua, Mexico 

(C) 81,137 

ARA Ciudad Trujillo, Dominican 

Republic (E) - 16, 132 

Coblenz, Germany 40 

Colombia--- -- 14,132,144 

NEA Colombo, Ceylon (E) - 12,131 

ARA Colo'n, Panama (C) 86 

Comoro Islands - -- 133,152 

ARA Concepcion, Chile (CA) -- 13 

Constantinople, Turkey. See 

Istanbul. 

EUR Copenhagen, Denmark (E) -- 16,132 

Copenhagen, Denmark (EGA) 117 

Corisco - — 139,142 

EUR Cork, Ireland (C) 74,136 

Corse 133 

Costa Rica 14,132,145 

Crozet. See Madagascar. 

ARA Cruz Grande, Coquimbo, Chile 

(CA) 13 

Cuba — - 15,132,145 

EUR Curasao, Netherlands West Indies 

(CG) — 83,138,145 

ARA Curitiba, Parana, Brazil (CA) 9 

Cyprus 64,134,145 

Cyrenaica 137,152 

Czechoslovakia -- 16,132,145 

NEA Dacca, Pakistan (C) 86,139 

Dairen, Liaoning, China 13 

NEA Dakar, French West Africa (CG) -- 24,133 

NEA Damascus, Syria (L) 94,140 

Danzig, Poland. See Gdansk. 

NEA Dar-es-Salaam, Tanganyika, East 

Africa (C) 64,134 

FE Davao, Republic of the Philippines 

(USIE only). 

Denmark 16,117, 

132,145 

NEA Dhahran, Saudi Arabia (CG) 90, 139 

FE Djakarta, Indonesia (E) 71, 135 

Djakarta, Indonesia (ECA) 126 

Dodecanese Islands. See Italian 

Islands of the Aegean. 

Dominican Republic 16, 132, 145 

EUR Dublin Ireland (E) 73, 136 

Dublin, Ireland (ECA) — - 122 

EUR Dunedin, New Zealand (CA) 84, 139 

EUR Durban, Natal, Union of South 

Africa (C) - 97,140 



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Bureau 



GER Diisseldorf, Germany (CG) 

Dutch East Indies. See Indonesia. 

Dutch Guiana. See Surinam. 

Dutch West Indies. See Aruba and 

Curasao. 



Page 
45,133 



EUR 
EUR 



NEA 



Ecuador --- 17,132,145 

Edinburgh, Scotland (C) 62,134 

Edmonton, Alberta, Canada (C) -- 11 

Egypt - - 17,132,145 

Eire. See Ireland. 

Elobey Islands, Great and Little -- 139, 142 

El Salvador — - 19,132,145 

Elisabethville, Belgian Congo 

(C(S. P.)) — 7,131 

England 62,63 

Eritrea — 19, 132 

Essen, Germany 56 

Estonia 19 

Ethiopia — - 19,132,145 

Federation of Malaya 64, 134, 

145,152 

Fernando de Noronha 144 

Fernando Po 139 

Fiji Islands - 133,155 

Finland — - 19,132,146 

EUR Florence, Italy (C) - - 76, 136 

Formosa. See Taipei. 

ARA Fortaleza, Ceara, Brazil (C) 9, 131 

France 20,111,118, 

133,146 
GER Frankfort on the Main, Germany 

(CG) 55,56,133 

GER Frankfort on the Main, Germany 

(HICOG) — 25 

Freiburg, Germany 57 

French Guiana 24, 133, 146 

French Indochina. See Vietnam. 

French Oceania 133 

French West Indies 24,133,146 

FE Fukuoka, Japan (Branch of USP 

(S.P.)) 109,136 

EUR Funchal, Madeira, Portugal (CA) - 90 

Galapagos Islands 145, 156 

EUR Gdansk (Danzig), Poland 

(C(S. P.)) -^ - 89 

EUR Geneva, Switzerland (CG) 93, 140 

Geneva, Switzerland (ECE) - 109 

EUR Genoa, Italy (CG) — 76, 136 

EUR Georgetown, British Guiana (C) -- 65, 135 

GER Germany (HICOG) 25,45,58, 

126,133, 146 

Administration, Office of 35, 56, 57, 58 

Eastern Element, Berlin 42 

Economic Affairs, Office of --- 28, 56, 57 

Executive Secretary, Office of -- 27 

Field Division 27 

General Counsel, Office of 39, 56 

Intelligence, Office of 34 

Labor Affairs, Office of 33 

Land Commissioner for Bavaria 47, 48, 49, 

50,51 

Land Commissioner for Bremen 44,45 

Land Commissioner for Hesse -- 53, 54, 55 
Land Commissioner for 

Wiirttemberg-Baden 51,52,53 

Military Security Board 40,56 

Political Affairs, Office of 25, 56, 57, 58 

Public Affairs, Office of 30,56,57 

Supervisory Consul General, 

Office of 56 

U. S. Commander, Berlin 43 

U. S. Consulate, Berlin (C) --- 42, 133 



GEOGRAPHIC INDEX 



207 



Consulate General, Bremen 

Consulate General, 

seldorf (CG) - 

Consulate General, 

nkfort on the Main (CG) -- 

Consulate General, 

nburg (CG) 

Consulate General, Munich 

;) — - - 

Consulate General, 
ttgart (CG) 

Courts for Germany 

High Commissioner, Office 



Page 



44,133 

45,133 

55,56,133 

45,46,133 

46,47,133 



Regional 
Bureau 



NEA 



NEA 



51 



133 
41 



ir (C) 

V, Scotland (C) 

s Islands 

lb, Greenland (C) 
)ast. West Africa 
Costa Rica (CA) 
rg, Sweden (CG) 
Jritain 



Jalisco, Mexico (C) 



and 

ajara, 

lala 

lala, Guatemala (E) 
|uil, Ecuador (CG) 
as, Sonora, 



Mexico (C) 



25 
63 
62,134 
133,152 
16,132 
64,134 
15 
92,140 
59,119, 
133,147 
65,119, 
135,149 
16, 132 
81, 137 
— 67,135,149 
67,135 
17,132 
81,137 



See British Guiana, 
na, and Surinam. 



French 



1, Cuba (E) 

The, Netherlands (E) -- 
', The, Netherlands (ECA) 
Israel (C) 



X, Nova Scotia, 
iirg, Germany (CG) 



Canada (CG) 



ton, Bermuda (CG) -- 
ton, Ontario, Canada 

3. P.)) — - — 

>w, Hupeh, China 

)ver, Germany 

, Vietnam (Indochina) 

S.P.)) ■ 

nki, Finland (L) 

5, Germany 

iras 

Kong (CG) 

Kong (ECA) — 

ary 



nd 



), Republic of the Philippines 
SIE only) 



:hina. Associated States of -• 
e also Cambodia, Laos, and 
etnam. 

tiesia 

;os, Peru (CA) 



Isfahan, Iran (C) 

Islas de la Bahia 

Israel 

Istanbul, Turkey (CG) 

Italian Islands of the Aegean, 

part of Greece 

Italy 



now 



NEA Izmir, Turkey (C) 



Jakarta. See Djakarta. 
Jamaica, British West Indies 
Japan 



NEA 

NEA 
EUR 



NEA 
NEA 



EUR 



FE 



FE 



15,132 

83 

123 

74 

67,68, 

135,149 

11 

45,46, 

56,133 

65, 134 

11 
13 

56,57 

100,141 

19,132 

53,54, 55 

68,135,149 

63,134,149 

128 

68,135,149 

69,122, 
135,150 



69,70, 

135,150 

150 



and 



Java, Indonesia. See Indonesia. 

Jerusalem, Palestine (CG) 

Jidda, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (E) 
Johannesburg, Transvaal, Union of 

South Africa (CG) - 

Jordan 

Jugoslavia. See Yugoslavia. 



Page 

73, 136 

149 

74 

96, 140 

135 

74,122, 

136,151 

96, 140 



65,151 
77, 108, 
136,151 

86,139 
90, 139 

97, 140 
77,136,152 



1,131,142 

85,86,139 

82,83 

79 



NEA 



Kabul, Afghanistan (E) 

Karachi, Pakistan (E) 

Katmandu, Nepal (L) 

Kaunas, Lithuania 

Keijo, Chosen. See Seoul, Korea. 

Kenya, East Africa 64,65,134 

Kerguelen. See Madagascar. 
Kingston, Jamaica, British West 

Indies (CG) — ; 65,35 

Kobe, Japan (Branch of USP) — - 109, 136 
Kobenhavn. See Copenhagen. 

Korea - 77,137,152 

Kuala Lumpur, Federation of 

Malaya (C(S. P.)) - 

Kunming, Yunnan, China 

Kuwait (State of) ^»' 137, 15<! 

Kuwait, Kuwait (C) 



64,134 
13 



78,137 



ARA 
NEA 
ARA 
NEA 
FE 



ARA 
ARA 



EUR 



64 



68 

134 

99 

86,139 



and. Northern 

h Free State. See Ireland. 



71, 


126,135 




87 


71 


136,150 


73 


136,150 




73,122, 




136,150 


59 


133,151 



La Ceiba, Honduras (CA) 

Lagos, Nigeria, West Africa (CG) 

La Guaira, Venezuela (CA) 

Lahore, Pakistan (CG) 

Laoag, Republic of the Philippines 

(USIEonly) ' „ .,„ .5, 

Laos, Kingdom of 7B, lJ(,io^ 

La Paz, Bolivia (E) 

La Romana, Dominican Republic 

(CA) 

t:^„ -:::::::::::::::::::- 78,137,152 

Leeward Islands, British West 
Indies 

^.. Le Havre, France (C) 

NEA Leopoldville, Belgian Congo (CG) - 
FE Legaspi, Republic of the Philippines 
(USIE only). 

Liberia 

Libya 

Liechtenstein 

Lille, France (USIE only) --- 

Lima, Peru (E) 

Linz, Austria 

Lisbon, Portugal (E) 

Lisbon, Portugal (ECA) 

Lithuania — ; „. 

Liverpool, England (C) 62, 63, 1J4 

Loanda, Angola, Africa. See 
Luanda. 

London, England (E) --- ■ 

London, England (ECA) 

Lourengo Marques, Mozambique, 
Africa (CG) 

Luanda, Angola, Africa (C) 



EUR 
ARA 

EUR 



EUR 



EUR 



NEA 



88 



7,131 

17 
78 



135,156 

23,133 

7,131 



79,137,152 

79, 137, 152 

79, 140, 152 

22 

87,139 

4 

89,90,139 

124 

79 



59, 



134 
119 



NEA 



90, 139 
90, 139 



208 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: JANUARY 1, 1952 






Regional 

Bureau Page 

Luxembourg 79, 123, 

137,152 

Luxembourg, Luxembourg (ECA) - 123 

EUR Luxembourg, Luxembourg (L) — 79, 137 

EUR Lyon, France (C) 23, 133 

Macau, a Portuguese colony 63, 134, 152 

Madagascar 24, 133, 152 

Madeira 90,139,152 

NEA Madras, India (CG) 70, 135 

EUR Madrid, Spain (E) 91.139 

Mainz, Germany 57 

EUR Malaga, Spain (C) 91,139 

Malaya. See Federation of Malaya 

and Singapore. 

Maldive Islands 12,131 

Malta 63,135,152 

Man, Isle of 148 

ARA Managua, Nicaragua (E) , 84, 139 

ARA Manaus, Amazonas, Brazil (CA) - 9 

EUR Manchester, England (C) 63,134 

Manchuria. See China. 

FE Mandalay, Burma (USIE only) 

FE Manila, Republic of the Philippines 

(E) - 87,88,139 

Manila, Republic of the Philippines 

(ECA) 127 

ARA Maracaibo, Venezuela (C) 99, 141 

EUR Marseille, France (CG) 24, 133 

EUR Martinique, French West Indies (C) 24 
ARA Matamoros, Tamaulipas, Mexico 

(C) - 81,137 

Mauritius 134 

ARA Mazatlan, Sinaloa, Mexico (C) — 81, 137 

FE Medan, Indonesia (C(S. P. )) 71,135 

ARA Medelli'n, Colombia (C) 14, 132 

EUR Melbourne, Victoria, Australia (C) 21,131 

ARA Me'rida, Yucatan, Mexico (C) 81,137 

NEA Meshed, Iran (C) — - 73, 136 

Mesopotamia. See Iraq. 

ARA Mexicali, Baja California, Mexico 

(C) - 81,137 

Mexico 80,81, 

137,152 

ARA Me'xico, D. F. , Mexico (E) 80,81,137 

EUR Milan, Italy (CG) -- 76, 136 

ARA MoUendo, Peru (CA) 87 

NEA Mombasa, Kenya, East Africa (C) 64, 65, 134 

Monaco - ---24,133,155 

NEA Monrovia, Liberia (E) 79, 137 

Montenegro. See Yugoslavia. 

ARA Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico 

(C) 81,137 

ARA Montevideo, Uruguay (E) 98, 140 

EUR Montreal, Quebec, Canada (CG) -- 11 

Morocco — - -82,138,155 

EUR Moscow, Union of Soviet Socialist 

Republics (E) - — 97,98,140 

Mozambique, Africa 90,139 

Mukden, Liaoning, China 13 

GER Munich, Germany (CG) 46,47,48, 

49,50,51,133 

FE Nagoya, Japan (Branch of USP 

(S.P.)) 109,136 

NEA Nairobi, Kenya, East Africa 

(CG) 65,134 

Nanking, China 13 

EUR Naples, Italy (CG) 76,136 

EUR Nassau, New Providence, 

Bahamas (C) 65,134 

Nepal 82,83 

Netherlands 83,123, 

138,155 
Netherlands Guiana. See Surinam. 



Regional 

Bureau Page 

Netherlands West Indies. See 

Aruba and Curaqao. 

New Brunswick n 

New Caledonia 24,133,155 

EUR Newcastle -on-Tyne, England (C) -- 63,134 

NEA New Delhi, India (E) 69,70,135 

Newfoundland 11 

New Providence, Bahamas. See 

Nassau. 

New Zealand. 83,84, 

138,155 
EUR Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada 

(C) -- 11 

Nicaragua --- 84,139,155 

EUR Nice, France (C) 24,133 

NEA Nicosia, Cyprus (C) 64,134 

Nigeria, West Africa 64,134 

ARA Nogales, Sonora, Mexico (C) 81,137 

Norfolk Island -- 131,143,156 

North Borneo 134 

Northern Ireland. See Ireland, 

Northern. 

Norway 84,85,124, 

139,155 

Nossi Be 133,142, 

152 

FE Noume'a, New Caledonia (C) 24,133 

ARA Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas, 

Mexico (C) 81,138 

Niirnberg, Germany 41 

Oceania. See Australia, Indonesia, 

New Zealand, and French Oceania. 

EUR Oporto, Portugal (C) 90,139 

EUR Oslo, Norway (E) 84,85,139 

Oslo, Norway (ECA) 124 

EUR Ottawa, Ontario, Canada (E) 10 

Pacific Islands 156 

See also Australia, Fiji Islands, 

French Oceania, Indonesia, New 

Caledonia, New Zealand, and 

Philippines. 

Pakistan — - 85,86, 

139,156 

EUR Palermo, Italy (CG) — 77, 136 

Palestine - 86,139,15- 

Panama 86 

ARA Panama', Panama (E) 86 

Para. See Belem, Para, Brazil. 

Paraguay 86,87, 

139, 156 

EUR Paramaribo, Surinam (C) 83, 138 

EUR Paris, France (E) 20, 133 

Paris, France (ECA) 111,118 

NEA Patras, Greece (USIE only). 

Peiping, Hopeh, China 13 

Pemba. See Zanzibar. 

FE Penang, Federation of Malaya 

(C(S.P. )) 64,134 

Pernambuco. See Recife, 

Pernambuco, Brazil. 

Persia. See Iran. 

EUR Perth, Western Australia, Australia 

(C) 2,131 

Peru - 87,139,156 

Philippines, Republic of the 87,88,89, 

127, 139, 156 
FE Phnom Penh, Cambodia (Indochina) 

(L(S. P. )) 10,131 

ARA Piedras Negras, Coahuila, Mexico 

(C) 81,138 

Poland 89,139,156 

EUR Ponta Delgada, Sao Miguel, 

Azores (C) 90, 139 

ARA Port-au-Prince, Haiti (E) 67,68,135 



GEOGRAPHIC INDEX 



209 



abeth, Cape Province, 

)f South Africa (C) 

idn, Costa Rica (CA) 

>gre, Rio Grande do Sul, 

'(C) - -- 

Spain, Trinidad, British 

idies (CO) 

i, Egypt (C) 



89 



;zechoslovakia (E) 

, Transvaal, Union of 

Africa (E) 

,rmuelles, Panama (CA) - 
lortes, Honduras (CA) — 
a Cruz, Auzoa'tegui, 

uela (C) 

.ibertador, Dominican 

lie (CA) 

las, Costa Rica (CA) 

Korea 

Quebec, Canada (C) 

;cuador (E) 



Morocco (C) 

, Burma (E) 

I, Burma (ECA) 

Pernambuco, Brazil (C) - 
Saskatchewan, Canada (C) 



ik, Iceland (ECA) 

ik, Iceland (L) 

I, Tamaulipas, Mexico (C)- 

.atvia 

raneiro, Brazil (E) 

inde. Rio Grande do Sul, 

il (CA) 

Italy (E) 

Italy (ECA) 

J, Argentina 

lam, Netherlands (C) 

la 

. See Union of Soviet 
ilist Republics. 



a Grande, Cuba (CA) 

Vietnam (Indochina) (ECA) 
Vietnam (Indochina) (L) --- 99 

.ena 

in, New Brunswick Canada 

m's, Newfoundland, Canada 

chael. See Sao Miguel, 
ul. See Madagascar. ^ 

omas Island. See SSo Tome, 
[arie (See also Madagascar) - 

rry, Peru (CA) 

jry. Southern Rhodesia (CG) 

ka, Greece (C) 

lor, Bahia, Brazil (C) 

rg, Austria (C(S. P. )) 

., Yemen (L) 

(se, Costa Rica (E) --- 

lis Potosi, San Luis Potosi, 

QCO (C) 

arino 

edro Sula, Honduras (C) --- 
dvador, El Salvador (E) — - 

igo, Chile (E) 

igo de Cuba, Cuba (C) 

Domingo, Dominican Republic . 
Ciudad Trujillo. 
s, Sao Paulo, Brazil (C) — 
,uiz, Maranhao, Brazil (CA) - 



Page 



97, 140 
15 

9,131 

65, 135 

19, 132 

90, 124, 

139, 156 

16, 132 

96 
86 
68 

99 

17 
15 
77 

11 
17,132 

82 

10,131 

126 

9,131 

11 

133 

122 

69,135 

81,138 

78 

7,131 

9 

74, 136 

122 

1 

83, 138 

90, 139, 157 



Regional 
Bureau 



Page 

90 

9,131 

139,143 

109, 136 

134 

Saudi Arabia, Kingdom of 90, 139, 157 



ARA 



FE 



Sao Miguel, Azores 

Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo, Brazil (CG) 
Sao TomI 

Sapporo, Japan (Branch of USP 

(S.P.)) -- 

Sarawak 



Schleswig-Holstein, Germany --- 

Scotland 

FE Seoul, Korea (E) 

Serbs, Croats, and Slovenes, 

Kingdom of the. See Yugoslavia. 

EUR Seville, Spain (C) 

Seychelles 

's Gravenhage. See Hague, The. 

Shanghai, Kiangsu, China 

Siam. See Thailand. 

FE Singapore (CG) 



57 
62, 134 
77, 137 



91,92, 140 
134, 143 

13 

64, 134, 
152, 157 



p.f- 



15 

128 

100,141 

140 

11 

11 



133,143 

87 

65,134 

67,135 

9,131 

6 

100 

14, 132 

81,138 
76, 136 
68, 135 
19,132 
12,132 
16, 132 



Smyrna, Turkey, See Izmir. 

Sofia. See Bulgaria. 

South Africa, Union of 

EUR Southampton, England (C) 

Southern Rhodesia 

Soviet Socialist Republics, Union 

of 

Spain 



97, 
63, 
65, 

97, 
91 



EUR Stockholm, Sweden (E) - 

Stockholm, Sweden (ECA) 

EUR Strasbourg, France (C) 
GER Stuttgart, Germany (CG) 



FE 



EUR 



NEA 

FE 

FE 



ARA 
EUR 

NEA 

ARA 
NEA 
ARA 
NEA 
EUR 



Sumatra. See Medan. 
Surabaya, Indonesia (C(S. P. )) 

Surinam 

Sweden 



83, 



Switzerland 



Sydney, New South Wales, 

Australia (CG) 

Syria 



Iran (C) 

Formosa (USIE only). 

Taiwan (E) 

Taiwan (ECA) 



Tabriz, 
Tainan, 
Taipei, 
Taipei, 

Taiwan 

Tallinn, Estonia 

Tampico, Tamaulipas, Mexico (C) 

Tananarive, Madagascar (C) 

Tanganyika 

Tangier, Morocco (L) 

Tasmania 

Tegucigalpa, Honduras (E) 

Tehran, Iran (E) 

Tela, Honduras (CA) 

Tel Aviv, Israel (E) 

Tenerife, Canary Islands (C) 

Thailand 



140 
134 
134 

140 

,92, 

139, 157 

92, 140 

124 

24, 133 

51,52, 

53,133 

71,135 
138,157 
92, 124, 
140, 157 
92, 109, 
124, 140, 157 

2,131 
- 94, 140, 158 

73,136 

13,132 

126 

13 

19 

81,138 

24,133 

64,134 

82,138 

131 

68,135 

71,136 

68 

74 

92, 140 



9,131 
9 



EUR 



ARA 



FE 

EUR 
ARA 



The Hague, Netherlands (E) 

Thessaloniki. See Salonika. 

Tientsin, Hopeh, China 

Tihwa, Sinkiang, China 

Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico 

(C) -- - — 

Timor 

Tokyo, Japan (ECA) 

Tokyo, Japan (USP) 

Torino. See Turin. 
Toronto, Ontario, Canada (CG) - 
Torreo'n, Coahuila, Mexico (C) - 
Transjordan. See Jordan. 
Transvaal 



94,95,127, 

140, 158 

83 

13 
13 

81,138 

135, 158 

128 

108,136 

11 
81,138 

96, 97, 140 



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Regional 

Bureau Page 

Trieste, Free Territory of (ECA) - 124 

EUR Trieste, Free Territory of (USP) - 95, 109 

Trinidad, British West Indies 65, 135 

NEA Tripoli, Libya (L) - — — 79, 137 

Tristan da Cunha 140, 143 

Tsingtao, Shantung, China 13 

Tiibingen, Germany 57 

FE Tuguegarao, Republic of the 
Philippines (USIE only). 

NEA Tunis, Tunisia (CG) 24, 133 

EUR Turin, Italy (C) — 77, 136 

Turkey - 95,96,124, 

140, 158 

Union of South Africa 96,97, 

140,158 

Union of Soviet Socialist Republics 97,98, 

140,159 

Uruguay 98,140,159 

Vaduz, Liechtenstein 79 

EUR Valencia, Spain (C) 92,140 

NEA Valletta, Malta (C) - — 63, 135 

ARA Valparaiso, Chile (C) - — - 13, 131 

EUR Vancouver, British Columbia, 

Canada (CG) 11 

Venezuela — - 98,99, 

140,159 

EUR Venice, Italy (C) — - 77, 136 

ARA Veracruz, Veracruz, Mexico (C) - 81,138 
EUR Victoria, British Columbia, 

Canada (C) — - 11 

Victoria. See Vitoria, Espirito Santo, 

Brazil. 
Vienna, Austria (ECA) 116 



Regional 
Bureau 

EUR Vienna, Austria (E and USCOA) -- 
FE Vientiane, Laos (Indochina) 

(L(S.P.)) -- 

Vietnam, State of 

EUR Vigo, Spain (C) - 

ARA Vitoria, Espirito Santo, Brazil (C) 

Wales 

EUR Warsaw, Poland (E) 

EUR Wellington, New Zealand (E) 83 

West Indies 

See also Aruba, Barbados, Cuba, 
Curasao, Dominican Republic, 
Haiti, Kingston, Nassau, and Port- 
of-Spain. 

Wien. See Vienna. 

Wiesbaden, Germany 53, 

Wight, Isle of - 

EUR Windsor, Ontario, Canada (C) — 
EUR Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada (CG) - 
Wiirttemberg-Baden, Germany 51, 



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78, 


137 


99, 


100, 


128 


140 


92 


140 


9, 


131 


62, 


134 


89, 


139 


,84, 


138 


24 


,65, 


135 


159 



54,55 

148 

11 

11 

52,53 



Yemen 100 

FE Yokohama, Japan (Branch of USP 

(S.P. )) - — 109,136 

Yugoslavia -— 100, 125, 

141,160 
Yunnanfu. See Kunming. 

EUR Zagreb, Yugoslavia (C) 100, 141 

Zanzibar 134, 143 

EUR Zurich, Switzerland (CG) 93, 140 



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CONTENTS 



deviations and Symbols 

it Information 

egories and Salaries of Foreign Service Personnel and Technical Cooperation 

idministration Personnel 

ilanatory Note 

its of Assignment • 

>ersonnel Assigned to the Department 

>ersonnel on Special and Temporary Detail 

>ersonnel on Detail as Inspectors 

'ersonnel on Leave or Assigned to Posts Closed, Etc 

Ipecial Offices 

4utual Security Agency 

ex of Persons 

jgraphic Index 

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Page 
iv 
iv 

V 

vi 
1 

99 
104 
105 
105 
105 
109 
127 
166 



ABBREVIATIONS AND SYMBOLS 



L 



AA office of army attache 

act acting 

admin administration 

admin administrative 



exec executive 

FE Bureau of Far 



Eastern Affairs (x59; 



A. E. 

P. 
agri - 
agri - 
agt 



and 



amljassador extraordinary and pleni- 
potentiary 
agricultural 
agriculture 
agent 

Air A office of air attache 

alt alternate 

ARA Bureau of Inter-American Affairs 

(x4735) 

assoc associate 

asst assistant 

att attach^ 

atty attorney 

bd board 

bldg building 

br branch 

chm chairman 

C consulate 

CA consular agency 

CG consulate general 

elk clerk 

CM class of career minister 

cml commercial 

com commerce 

comm committee 

commn commission 

commr commissioner 

cons consul or consular 

constr construction 

corr correspondence 

couns counselor 

ct court 

del delegate 

dep deputy 

dept department 

dir director 

dist district 

div division 

DMPA Defense Materials Procurement 

Agency 

E embassy (after name of post) 

ECE Office of U.S. Del. to Econ. Commn. 

for Europe 

econ economic 

ed editor or editorial 

E. E. and envoy extraordinary and minister pleni- 
M. P. potentiary 

elect electrical 

emb embassy 

EUR Bureau of European Affairs (x2480) 



i 



for foreign 

FSO Foreign Service officer 

FSR Foreign Service Reserve officer 

FSS - - Foreign Service Staff officer J 

gen general K 

GER Bureau of German Affairs (x5429) ' 

HICOG Office of U.S. High Commr. for 

Germany 

lAR International Authority on the Ruhr 

ICAO Int. Civil Aviation Org. 

info information 

insp inspector 

inst institution 

intell intelligence 

jr junior 

jt joint 

L legation (after name of post) 

leg legation 

M mission 

MDAP Mutual Defense Assistance Program 

mem member 

mgmt management 

mgr manager 

mil military 

MSA Mutual Security Agency 

NA office of naval attache 

NAC North Atlantic Council 

nat national 

NATO North Atlantic Treaty Organization 

NEA Bureau of Near Eastern, South Asiai 

and African Affairs (x3588) 

org organization 

pol political 

pub publisher or publication 

rep representative 

RIAS Radio in American sector 

sec secretary 

ser service 

SHAPE Supreme Headquarters of Allied 

Powers in Europe 

S.P. special purpose post 

sr senior 

supt superintendent 

TCA - Technical Cooperation Administratio 

tech technical 

UNKWA United Nations Relief and Works 

Agency for Palestine Refugees 

USCOA U.S. High Commr. for Austria 

USIE Office of U.S. Info, and Educational 

Exchange 

USP Office of U. S. Political Adviser 

v. c vice consul 



POST INFORMATION 



Openings, closings, and changes in rank from 
January 1, 1952 to April 1, 1952. 

Offices opened 

Chinhae, Korea opened February 1, 1952. 
Chunju, Korea opened February 1, 1952. 
Kaohsiung, Formosa opened April 20, 1952. 
Kwangju, Korea opened February 1, 1952. 
Masan, Korea opened February 1, 1952. 
Taegu, Korea opened February 1, 1952. 
Taejon, Korea opened February I, 1952. 
Offices changed in rank 

Katmandu, Nepal, changed from a legation to 
an emljassy on October 10, 1951. 



Offices closed 



None 






Breakdown of posts as 


of April 1, 


1952 


Eml)assies 


60 




Legations 


13 




Consulates General 


52 




Consulates 


126 




Consular Agencies 


29 




Political Advisers' 






Offices 


7 




USIE Offices 


17 




TOTAL 


304 





iv 



CATEGORIES AhfD SALARIES OF FOREIGN SERVICE PERSONNEL 



Foreign Service Officers 
Class of Career Minister $14,300 



1 $12,800 to $14,300 

2 11, 130 to 12,700 

3 9, 130 to 11,030 



Class 4 - $6,963 to $8,863 

Class 5 --- 5,313 to 6,713 

Class 6 3,993 to 5,093 



Foreign Service Reserve Officers 



1 $12,800 to $14,300 

2 11, 130 to 12,700 

3 9, 130 to 11,030 



Class 4 -- $6, 963 to $8, 863 

Class 5 5,313 to 6,713 

Class 6 3,993 to 5,093 



Foreign Service Staff Officers and Employees 



1 $ 9, 950 to $11, 130 

2 9,230 to 10,250 

3 8,481 to 9,441 

4 7,689 to 8,649 

5 7,095 to 8,115 

6 6, 501 to 7,401 

7 5,907 to 6,807 

8 5,313 to 6,213 

9 4, 719 to 5,619 

10 4,323 to 5,223 

11- 3,927 to 4,647 



Class 12 $3, 531 to $4, 251 

Class 13 3, 150 to 3,870 

Class 14 2,790 to 3,510 

Class 15 2,610 to 3,150 

Class 16 2,430 to 2,790 

Class 17 2,250 to 2,610 

Class 18 2,070 to 2,430 

Class 19 --- - 1,890 to 2,250 

Class 20 1,710 to 2,070 

Class 21 1,530 to 1,890 

Class 22 — 1,350 to 1,710 



CATEGORIES AND SALARIES OF TECHNICAL COOPERATION ADMINISTRATION PERSONNEL 



(Point Four Officers and Employees) 



Class 1 $12,800 to $14,300 

Class 2 11, 130 to 12,700 

Class 3 9, 130 to 11,030 

Class 4 - 6,963 to 8,863 

Class 5 5,313 to 6,713 

Class 6 4,719 to 5,619 

Class 7 4,323 to 5,223 

Class 8 3, 927 to 4,647 

Class 9 3, 531 to 4,251 

Class 10 3, 150 to 3,870 

Class 11 2, 790 to 3,510 



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EXPLANATORY NOTE 



Because of increased costs of compilation and printing and because of the growth in 
personnel in the Foreign Service, it has been necessary to make revisions in the classes 
of pe»-sonnel listed in the Foreign Service List. 

Beginning with the issue of October 1, 1951, the List has included the following: all 
chiefs of mission; all Foreign Service officers; aU Foreign Service Reserve officers; all 
Foreign Service Staff officers of class nine and above; all Technical Cooperation Admin- 
istration officers of class nine and above; and certain Foreign Service Staff officers of 
classes ten, eleven, and twelve only when assigned to posts with a complement of one, two, 
and/ or three officers. 

The January issues of the List include the sections showing the posts of assignment, the 
consular districts, the tariff of Foreign Service fees, the index of persons, and the geo- 
graphic index. 

The April, July, and Octolier issues include only the posts of assignment and the two 
indexes . 

Only those actions received in the Division of Publications prior to the fifteenth of the 
month preceding the month in which this List is dated are included. This List is compiled 
and edited by the General Editing Branch, Division of Publications. Please report to that 
Branch any necessary corrections. 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT' 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Salary 



iiKE) 



(AA & Air A) 



AFGHANISTAN 

George R. Merrell, A. E. and P 

John Evarts Horner, 1st sec; cons 

Charles F. Edmundson, att 

Joseph Leeming, 2cl sec 

John W. Bowling, 2d sec. ; cons 

Gordon D. King, 2d sec 

Roberts. Dreessen, 2d sec. ; v. c 

James D. Moffett, 2d sec. ; v. c 

Joseph A. Donohoe, asst. att 

Col. Alan F. S. Mackenzie, army att --■ 

Lt. Col. John B. Pattison, air att 

Capt. George O. Warner, asst. air att -• 
Capt. James R. Nolan, asst. air att.^ --■ 



Apr. 


19, 


1951 


FSO-CM - 




Jan. 


25, 


1951 


FSO-3 --- 


$ 9, 130 


Feb. 


1, 


1952 


FSS-4 --- 


8,169 


Mar 


15, 


1950 


FSR-4 --- 


7,263 


Mar 


1, 


1952 


FSO-4 --- 


3,963 


Aug. 


31, 


1949 


FSR-5 --- 


5,713 


Apr. 


5, 


1950 


FSO-5 --- 


5,513 


June 


27, 


1951 


FSO-5 --- 


5,313 


Jan. 


10, 


1952 


FSR-5 --- 


5,313 


Dec. 


20, 


1949 






Mar 


20, 


1950 






Apr. 


25, 


1950 






Oct. 


24, 


1951 







ARGENTINA 



los Aires (E) 



(AA, NA, & Air A) 



, A. E. and P -- 

Lester DeWitt Mallory, couns. of emb. 

with personal rank of minister. 
Joe D. Walstrom, couns. of emb. for 

econ. affairs. 
Robert Granville Caldwell, couns. of emb- 

Joseph B. Costanzo, 1st sec. ; cons 

Edwin E. Vallon, att 

James F. Graay, att 

Warren H. McKenney, att. ' 

John C. Pool, 1st sec. ; cons 

Robert C. Martindale, 1st sec; cons — 

Richard M. Connell, 1st sec ; cons 

Kenneth J. Yearns, 1st sec. ; cons, gen - 

Clarence A. Boonstra, 1st sec 

Jack B. Neathery, 2d sec. ; cons 

Andy George Wilkison, att 

Eugene Francis Karst, att 

Victor E. Campbell, att 

James A. Noel, att 

Connie R. Herron, att 

James E. Bowers, 2d sec 

William B. Hart, att -- 

Roy T. Davis, Jr. , 2d sec. ; cons 

Cleveland B. McKnight, 2d sec ; cons — 

Joseph J. Montllor, 2d sec. ; cons 

Ray Sena, Jr., asst. att 

Earle S. Pittman, gen. sers. officer 

Abraham Vigil, v. c 

Rot)ert D. Barton, asst. att. (Rosario) — 

William B. Murray, asst. att 

Gilbert A. Crandall, asst. att 

Oscar H. Guerra, v. c 

Richard S. Sampson, v. c 

Viron P. Vaky, 2d sec. ; v. c 

William R. Hazen, v. c 

Robert Wade Seward, Jr. , 3d sec. ; v. c - 
Isabel Gladys Conroy, act. personnel 

officer. 

John M. Cluff, 3d sec. ; v. c 

Max Ray Caldwell, asst. att 

Barbara Ann Aitken, asst. att 

Robert F. Florstedt, v. c 

Charles C. Wilson, Jr., asst. att 

Col. Christian H. Clarke, Jr., army att - 
Capt. William Ashby Evans, naval att. 
and naval att. for air. * 



May 23 


1949 


July 19 


1949 


Nov. 30 


1948 


Feb. 2 


1952 


May 17 


1948 


May 1 


1947 


June 5 


1950 


June 29 


1950 


Apr. 9 


1951 


Oct. 23 


1951 


Aug. 29 


1949 


Dec. 14 


1948 


Oct. 4 


1950 


Oct. 21 


1948 


Aug. 23 


1950 


July 19 


1951 


June 17 


1949 


Aug. 27 


1951 


Jan. 12 


1950 


Sept. 25 


1951 


Aug. 23 


1948 


Nov. 2 


1949 


July 17 


1950 


June 7 


1951 


Dec. 13 


1950 


Dec. 15 


1950 


Jan. 17 


1949 


Sept. 26 


1951 


Sept. 27 


1951 


Nov. 23 


1949 


Sept. 5 


1950 


Dec. 10 


1951 


Apr. 5 


1950 


Jan. 25 


1951 


Oct. 28 


1948 


Jan. 26 


1951 


Feb. 19 


1951 


Dec. 17 


1951 


Feb. 1 


1952 


May 28 


1951 


Oct. 19 


1948 


Aug. 29 


1950 



FSO-1 

FSO-1 

FSR-2 
FSO-2 
FSS-1 
FSS-2 
FSS-2 
FSO-3 
FSO-3 

rso-3 

FSO-3 
FSO-3 
FSO-4 
FSR-4 
FSR-4 
FSR-4 
FSS-4 
FSS-4 
FSR-4 
FSS-5 
FSO-4 
FSO-4 
FSO-4 
FSS-7 
FSS-8 
FSS-8 
FSS-8 
FSS-9 
FSR-5 
FSS-3 
FSS-8 
FSO-5 
FSS-9 
FSO-6 
FSS-9 

FSO-6 
FSS-9 
FSS-9 
FSS-9 
FSR-6 



13,600 



800 

850 
130 
130 
250 
253 
030 
030 
030 
730 
430 
463 
463 
463 
163 
689 
689 
563 
095 
963 
963 
963 
267 
853 
853 
673 
619 
513 
493 
493 
313 
259 
093 
899 

793 
719 
719 
719 
593 



'he listing of officers by post is according to salary and not according to rank. The relative rank of offi- 
of the three categories of Foreign Service personnel will be determined by Foreign Service Regulations, 
issigned to Kabul and Karachi. 

issigned also to Bogota, Lima, Montevideo, Quito, Rio de Janeiro, and Santiago, 
issigned also to Asuncion. 

I 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: APRIL 1, 1952 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Buenos Aires (E)--Con- 
tinued. 

(AA, NA, & Air A)-- 
Continued. 



Canberra, Australian Capi- 
tal Territory (E). 



(AA, NA, & Air A) -- 



Adelaide, South Australia 

(C). 
Brisbane, Queensland (C) 
Melbourne, Victoria (C) - 



Perth, Western Australia 

(C). 
Sydney, New South Wales 

(CG). 



ARGENTINA--Continued 

Brig. Gen. Burton M. Hovey, Jr., air 

att. 1 
Lt. Col. Edward D. Fitzpatrick, asst. 

army att. 
Lt. Comdr. Jack Bender Darragh, asst. 

naval att. and asst. naval att. for air. 

Col. Duane L. Kime, asst. air att 

Lt. Col. Charles H. Roadman, asst. air 

att. ^ 
Maj. Fernando J. Fernandez, asst. air 

att.i 

AUSTRALIA 



Pete Jarman, A. E. and P 

Richard W. Byrd, couns. of emb 

Dennis A. Flinn, 1st sec 

Julian L. Nugent, Jr., 1st sec -- 
Harry G. French, admin, officer 
Cora C. Briskey, econ. asst 



Col. Rufus S. Ramey, army att. ^ 

Capt. Robert Wayne Denbo, naval att. and 

naval att. for air. '■ 

Col. John L. Sullivan, air att.'' 

Lt. Comdr. Robert Douglas Macklin, asst. 

naval att. and asst. naval att. for air.'' 
Maj. George A. Uhrich, asst. air att.'' -- 
Maj. James K. Clark, asst. air att. ' — 



John F. O'Grady, v. c 



gen 



Cyril L. F. Thiel, cons 
Henry E. Stebbins, cons. 

Charles S. Millet, cons -- 

Joseph William Thoman, public affairs 
officer. 

Russell C. Heater, v. c 

James T. Rush, v. c 

James D. Crane, v. c 

Thelma Passo, v. c 

Edward C. Ingraham, Jr., v. c 

Edward J. Lawler, v. c 

Donala W. Smith, cons, gen 

Harris R. Hungerford, cons 

Gillespie S. Evans, public affairs officer- 
Thomas Clyde M. Robinson, cons 

Paul M. Dutko, cons 

William Estill Phipps, Jr., cons 

Harold E. Hall, cons 

Richard H. Stephens, cons 

Sanford Menter, cons 

Herbert L. Weiner, v. c 

Arthur I. Wortzel, v. c 

North Clive Burn, v. c 



Jan. 5, 1949 

Oct. 2, 1951 

Mar. 31, 1951 

May 30, 1950 
June 23, 1951 

Feb. 18, 1949 



June 8, 1949 
Nov. 20, 1950 
Nov. 13, 1950 
Sept. 28, 1951 
Nov. 22, 1950 
Dec. 25, 1949 

June 2, 1949 
Aug. 24, 1951 

Nov. 27, 1951 
May 22, 1951 

Jan. 30, 1951 
Sept. 10, 1951 

Apr. 26, 1949 

Dec. 5, 1949 
June 30, 1951 
July 29, 1949 
Feb. 29, 1952 



Mar 

Sept 

Aug. 

Oct. 

Nov. 

Feb. 

July 

Aug. 

Feb. 

Nov. 

Jan. 

Mar. 

Dec. 

Jan. 

Aug. 

Apr. 

Jan. 

Mar. 



. 8, 1951 
.18, 1950 

1, 1951 

12, 1951 
16, 1951 
19, 1952 

13, 1950 
8, 1949 
8, 1952 

28, 1949 

10, 1952 
26, 1951 

2, 1949 
25, 1950 

11, 1950 
1, 1949 

23, 1951 

29, 1951 



Category 
and class 







FSO-2 -- 
FSO-3 — 
FSO-3 — 

FSS-9 --- 
FSS-9 — - 


m, 500 
9, 130 
9,130 
5,619 
4,899 


FSS-6 -- 


6,501 



FSO-4 
FSO-2 
FSO-4 
FSR-4 

FSO-5 

FSS-9 
FSO-6 
FSS-9 
FSO-5 
FSS-8 
FSO-1 
FSS-2 
FSS-1 
FSS-3 
FSS-5 ■ 
FSR-4 
FSS-5 • 
FSO-4 • 
FSS-6 ■ 
FSO-5 ■ 
FSO-6 - 
FSO-6 ■ 



AUSTRIA (EMBASSY AND OFFICE OF THE U.S. HIGH COMMISSIONER FOR AUSTRIA (E AND USCOA)) 



Office of the Chief of Mis- 
sion and U. S. High 
Commissioner. 



Vienna 

Walter J. Donnelly, A. E. and P. ; U. S. 

high commr. 
Walter C. Dowling, couns. of emb. ; dep. 

high commr. with personal rank of 

minister. 



Sept. 20, 1950 
May 1, 1949 



FSO-CM - 
FSO-1 --- 



^Assigned also to Asuncion. 

Assigned to Asuncion, Buenos Aires, Rio de Janeiro, and Santiago. 
^Resident in Melbourne. 

^Assigned also to Wellington; resident in Melbourne. 
^Assigned to Canberra and Wellington. 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Salary 



;e of the Chief ol Mis- 
on and U. S. High 
)mmissioner- -Continued. 



lical Division - 



omic Division 



ic Affairs Division 



AUSTRIA (E AND USCOA)- -Continued 

Vienna- -Continued 

James Espy, special asst. to amb. ; 1st 

sec. ; cons.' 
Louis E. Page, special asst. to amb. ; att- 
Wolfgang Lehmann, asst. liaison officer - 

Mary E. Hunt, sec 

John A. Brogan, 3d, admin, asst 

Carroll M. Terry, 1st sec; cons 

Coburn Kidd, lstsec.;dir. of pol. div -- 
Horace G. Torbert, Jr., 1st sec. ; cons. ; 

pol. officer. 
Clifton P. English, 2d sec. ; cons. ; pol. 

officer. 
Findley Burns, Jr. , 2d sec. ; cons. ; pol. 

officer. 
Michael A. Farrell, chief of displaced 

persons br. 
Arthur A. Compton, 2d sec. ; pol. officer- 
William Kurylchek, displaced persons 

officer (Salzburg). 
Johannes V. Imhof, v. c. ; pol. analyst -- 
Spencer Eugene Roberts, att. ; pol. officer- 
William Friedman, 2d sec. ; pol. officer - 
Tennent Harrington Bagley, asst. att. ; 

pol. officer. 
Robert Lester Addis, asst. att. ; pol. 

asst. 

Ben H. Thibodeaux, couns. of emb. for 

econ. affairs; dir. of econ. div. 
Milton M. Turner, civil air att. ; chief of 

civil aviation br. 
Herman B. Brotman, labor officer; chief 

of labor and social admin, br. 
Frank Neill Rush, chief of communica- 
tions br. 
Frederic C. Fornes, Jr., 1st sec. ; cons.; 

chief of trade, com. , and industry br. 
Gardner E. Palmer, 1st sec. ; cons. ; 

chief of econ. policy and financial br. 

Herman R. Kasper, att 

Henry Clay Lint, att.; econ. officer 

Clinton L. Olson, 2d sec. ; cons. ; liaison 

officer. 

Mary S. Olmsted, 2d sec. ; cons 

Everett C. O'Neal, att.; econ. officer — 

Gizella 1. Huber, econ. officer 

Frans Spelman, econ. officer 

Richard A. O. Schwartz, asst. att. ; agri. 

officer. 
William S. Krason, asst. att. ; econ. 

officer. 
Leo Alfred Yanke, asst. att. ; econ. 

officer. 
Robert W. Clifton, civil aviation officer - 
Earl L. Hart, agri. officer 

Charles Knox Moffly, 1st sec. ; air. of 

public affairs Giv. 
Ernest Wilder Spaukung, 1st sec. ; 

cultural affairs officer. 

William H. Hale, info, officer 

Laurence P. Dalcher, info, officer 

Chester H. Opal, public affairs officer — 
Joseph M. Roland, cultural affairs officer- 
John H. Richardson, att. ; public affairs 

officer. 
Laughlin Austin Campbell, info, officer -- 
Harry J. Skornia, att. ; radio officer 



July 20, 1951 



Feb. 15 
July 2 
Sept. 20 
Jan. 31 

Mar. 7 
June 5 
Aug. 1 

Nov. 8 

July 1 

Oct. 16 

Jan. 18 
Oct. 16 

Feb. 7 
Sept. 12 
Jan. 15 

May 25 

June 18 



Nov. 

Nov. 

Oct. 

Feb. 

Jan. 

Dec. 

Dec. 
Apr. 

May 

Dec. 
Apr. 
May 
Oct. 
Jan. 

Aug. 

May 

Oct. 
Oct. 



8 
17 
16 
15 
10 

8 

7 

16 
11 

3 
15 

9 
16 
13 

15 

9 

IC 
16 



Sept. 12 

Dec. 27 

Dec. 16 
Mar. 3 
Jan. 5 
Nov. 8 
Apr. 24 

Oct. 16 
May 31 



1952 
1951 
1950 
1951 

1951 
1950 
1951 

1950 

1951 

1950 

1951 
1950 

1950 
1950 
1951 
1951 

1951 



1950 

1950 

1950 

1951 

1950 

1950 

1951 

, 1950 

1948 

1951 
1950 
1950 
1950 
1945 

1951 

1950 

1950 
1950 

1950 

1948 

1950 
1952 
1952 
1950 
1947 

1950 
1951 



FSO-2 

FSS-2 --- 

FSS-5 --- 

FSS-9 --- 

FSS-9 --- 

FSO-3 --- 
FSR-3 --- 
FSO-3 --- 

FSO-4 --- 

FSO-4 --- 

FSS-5 --- 

FSO-4 --- 
FSS-7 --- 

FSS-7 --- 
FSS-7 --- 
FSO-5 --- 
FSS-9 --- 

FSS-9 --- 

FSO-1 --- 

FSR-2 --- 

FSS-2 --- 

FSS-2 --- 

FSO-3 --- 

FSO-3 --- 

FSS-4 --- 
FSS-5 --- 
FSO-4 --- 

FSO-4 --- 

FSS-6 --- 

FSS-7 --- 

FSS-7 --- 

FSS-7 --- 

FSS-7 --- 

FSS-7 --- 

FSS-8 --- 
FSS-9 --- 

FSR-2 --- 

FSR-2 --- 



$11, 130 



FSR- 
FSR- 
FSR- 
FSR- 

FSS- 

FSS- 
FSS- 



7, 
5, 

4, 

10 
9 
9, 

7, 

7, 

7, 

7 
6 

6, 
6, 

5, 
4, 



,230 
275 
619 
899 

030 
430 
130 

563 

563 

455 

263 

447 

087 
087 
913 
719 

,719 



13, 

10, 

9, 

9, 

9, 

7, 
7, 
6, 

6, 
6, 
6, 
6, 
6, 

6, 



5, 
5, 

11 

11 

11 
10 

9 

9 



200 

850 

250 

470 

430 

430 

689 
275 
963 

963 
501 
447 
447 
267 

267 

087 

493 

079 

130 

130 

130 
030 
730 
430 
230 

230 
230 



tesident in Salzburg. 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: APRIL 1, 1952 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Public Affairs Division- 
Continued. 



Legal Division 



Quadripartite Secretariat- 



AUSTRIA (E AND USCOA)- -Continued 

Vienna--Continued 

Henry W. A. Reinert, ed. of Wiener 

Kurier . 
Bert S. Fielden, admin, officer, Wiener 
Kurier . 

Carl H. Peterson, press officer 

Edwara F. Crofut, graphics officer 

Earle O. Titus, cons. (Innsbruck) 

Paul A. Shinkman, info, officer 

Bernard Joseph McGuigan, admin, officer, 

Wiener Kurier . 
Heinrich S. Siemer, public affairs offi- 
cer (Linz). 

Halbert T. Cupps, radio engineer 

David C. Levine, press officer 

Yoichi Robert Okamoto, info, officer 

Robert B. Graham, Jr., news and 

feature ed. 
Robert B. Gray, special asst. , info, br - 

W. Stuart Green, admin, officer 

Ernst H. Haeusserman, films officer --- 
Raymond Leon Novarine, youth activities 
officer. 

Opal Hall, asst. exchange officer 

Leonard S. Lieberman, pol. officer 

Alban Peterson, regional public affairs 

officer (Linz). 
Gordon M. Messing, asst. att. ; asst. 

public affairs officer. 
Raymond Allen Grossman, youth activ- 
ities officer. 
Jackson Thomas Hammons, wire ser. 

supervisor. 
William J. Hood, asst. att. ; pol. officer - 
Daniel Lesser, cultural affairs officer 

(Linz). 
Miles Ondrey Ptak, cultural affairs 
officer (Salzburg) . 

William Lloyd Stearman, info, asst 

William Musgrave Moore, info, officer -- 

Herman Stein, reports officer 

Warren M. Robbins, cultural affairs 
officer. 

John H. Althen, reporter 

Denise Abbey, asst. info, center officer - 

Fritz H. Giesecke, reports analyst 

Arthur A. Bardos, radio officer 

Theresa A. Druml, cultural affairs 
officer. 

Tam Deering, youth activities officer 

Harry Francis Glore, youth activities 

officer. 
Margaret Mary Johnson, reports officer - 

Jeremiah J. O'Connor, dir. of legal div - 
Edward Arnold Mag, att. ; dep. dir. of 

legal div. 
Walter Q. Loehr, chief of legal advice br- 
Albert Loewy, chief of Austrian affairs 

br. 
Davids. Harrison, chief of justice br -- 
Hans H. Schroeder, property specialist-- 

Joseph T. Simon, atty 

David P. Hervey, judge 

John M. Custer, atty 

Eric Given, property officer 

Halvor O. Ekern, dir. of Quadripartite 

Secretariat. 
Robert Gardner McGregor, 1st sec. ; cons- 
Charles E. Varney, U. S. sec 



Oct. 16, 1950 

Oct. 16, 1950 

Dec. 4, 1950 
Apr. 13, 1951 
Jan. 23, 1952 
Mar. 1, 1951 
Oct. 16, 1950 

Jan. 25, 1952 

July 1, 1951 
Dec. 1, 1950 
Dec. 21, 1950 
Apr. 5, 1951 

Apr. 16, 1951 
Oct. 16, 1950 
Oct. 16, 1950 
Oct. 16, 1950 

Oct. 16, 1950 
Oct. 16, 1950 
Oct. 16, 1950 

Nov. 13, 1947 

Oct. 16, 1950 

Oct. 16, 1950 

Feb. 3, 1951 
Nov. 20, 1950 

Oct. 16, 1950 

Oct. 16, 1950 
Oct. 30, 1950 
Dec. 11, 1950 
Nov. 27, 1951 

Oct. 16, 1950 
Oct. 16, 1950 
Jan. 10, 1951 
June 3, 1951 
Jan. 6, 1952 

Oct. 16, 1950 
Oct. 16, 1950 

Oct. 16, 1950 

Oct. 16, 1950 
Aug. 18, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1950 
Oct. 16, 1950 

Oct. 16, 1950 

Oct. 16, 1950 

Oct. 16, 1950 

Dec. 11, 1950 

Oct. 16, 1950 

Oct. 16, 1950 

Oct. 16, 1950 

Mar. 6, 1952 
Oct. 16, 1950 



FSS-3 

FSS-3 

FSS-3 
FSR-4 
FSS-4 
FSR-4 
FSS-4 

FSS-4 

FSS-5 
ESS- 5 
FSS-5 . 
FSS-5 • 

FSS-5 ■ 

FSS-6 ■ 

FSS-6 • 

FSS-6 - 

FSS-7 - 
ESS- 7 - 
FSS-7 - 

FSS-7 - 

FSS-7 - 

FSS-7 - 

FSS-7 - 
ESS -8 - 

FSS-7 - 

FSS-7 - 

FSS-7 - 

FSS-7 - 

FSS-7 - 

FSS-8 - 
FSS-8 - 
FSS-8 - 
FSS-8 - 
FSS-8 - 



ESS 
ESS 



FSS-9 -- 

FSR-2 -- 
FSS-1 -- 

FSS-2 -- 
FSS-2 --■ 

FSS-3 --• 
FSS-4 --■ 
FSS-4 --- 
FSS-4 --.- 
FSS-4 --- 
FSS-6 --- 

FSS-3 --- 

FSO-3 - — 
FSS-6 --- 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



Post 



ripartite Secretariat- 
itinued. 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Salary 



liar Division 



nistration Division — 



AUSTRIA (E AND USCOA)- -Continued 

Vienna- -Continued 

Alexander Bloomfield, chief translator; 
interpreter. 

Leon Kibort, translator; interpreter 

Alexander H. Yacoby, translator; inter- 
preter. 

Robert M. S. MacDonald, interpreter 

Tatiana V. S. Miloslavsky, translator; 

interpreter. 
Hugh S. Bennett, translator; interpreter - 

William C. Affeld, Jr., 1st sec. ; cons. ; 

chief of cons. div. 
Paul Joseph Hoylen, v. c. ; visa officer -- 
John S. Chapin, v. c. ; chief of visa br -- 

Jack C. Spinx, v. c 

Roberts. Houston, Jr., 3d sec. ; v. c -- 

Ruth R. Grabiel, v. c. ; visa officer 

Edward M. Harper, v. c 

Orville H. Transtrum, att. ; dir. of 

admin, div. 
Abe 3. Ashcanase, chief of mgmt. and 

reports staff. 
Jacks. Williams, att. ; special asst. to 

admin, officer. 
Lorant B. Berz, att. ; regional super- 
visor of constr.' 
M. Hollis Kannenberg, att. ; personnel 
officer. 

Alan O. Johnson, gen. sers. officer 

William G. Magee, budget and fiscal 

officer. 
John Stuart Barry, chief of civilian 
supply br. 

John J. Janke, auditor 

Victor H. Loftus, cons 

Warren G. Hall, chief of admin, com- 
munications section. 

Bernell F. Gould, accountant 

Harry Hartop Deakyne, att 

Philip M. Oliver, personnel technician -- 
James H. Flower, chief of bldg. and 

housing mgmt. staff. 
John Ward Dalton, supervisor of voucher 
section. 

Gerard John Rothlein, att. ^ 

Jesse George Murray, info, officer 

Arthur Martin Schechter, asst. chief 

(bldg. and housing). 
Margaret A. Gerber, employee sers. 
officer. 

Eugene W. Day, purchasing officer 

Anthony John Dreape, supply distribution 

officer. 
Charles W. Russell, procurement officer- 
Homer Vance, supply officer 

Frank England, gen. sers. officer 

Mary Jane Porter, asst. chief ot com- 
munications section. 
William H. Hardage, communication 

supervisor. 
James H. Spitler, v. c. ; accounting asst - 
Patricia C. Moore, employment officer - 
Nual Herbert Jones, bldg. maintenance 
supervisor. 

Eleonora E. Krause, accountant 

Robert Harlan Rose, bldg. supt 

Helen J. L. Skouland, records mgmt. 

officer. 
Arthur A. Pastore, ed. ; writer 



Oct. 16, 1950 

Oct. 16, 1950 
Oct. 16, 1950 

Oct. 16, 1950 
Oct. 16, 1950 

Oct. 16, 1950 

July 6, 1951 

Jan. 23, 1952 
Oct. 15, 1948 
Mar. 26, 1951 
Jan. 2, 1951 
Feb. 4, 1950 
Nov. 29, 1951 

Apr. 27, 1950 

Oct. 16, 1950 

Sept. 13, 1949 

Mar. 21, 1950 

Aug. 9, 1950 

Oct. 18, 1950 
Oct. 16, 1950 

July IG, 1951 

Nov. 22, 1950 
May 22, 1951 
Oct. 30, 1950 

Oct. 16, 1950 

Nov. 3, 1950 

June 14, 1950 

Oct. 16, 1950 

Oct. 30, 1950 

Oct. 2, 1950 
Oct. 16, 1950 
Oct. 1, 1950 

Oct. 30, 1950 

Oct. 16, 1950 
July 16, 1951 

Feb. 28, 1952 
Oct. 16, 1950 
Oct. 20, 1950 
Feb. 10, 1946 

Feb. 19, 1952 

Aug. 24, 1951 
Oct. 30, 1950 
Jan. 26, 1951 

Oct. 16, 1950 
Sept. 17, 1950 
Nov. 14, 1950 

May 28, 1951 



FSS-6 --- 

FSS-8 --- 

FSS-8 --- 

FSS-8 --- 

FSS-8 --- 

FSS-8 --- 

FSO-3 --- 

FSS-8 --- 

FSS-8 --- 

FSS-8 --- 

FSO-6 --- 

FSS-9 --- 

FSO-6 --- 

FSR-2 --- 

FSS-2 --- 

FSS-3 --- 

FSS-3 --- 

FSS-3 --- 

FSS-3 --- 

FSS-3 --- 

FSS-3 --- 

FSS-4 --- 

FSS-6 --- 

FSS-5 --- 

FSS-5 --- 

FSS-5 --- 

FSS-6 --- 

FSS-6 --- 

FSS-6 --- 

FSS-6 --- 

FSS-6 --- 

FSS-7 --- 

FSS-7 - — 

FSS-7 - — 

FSS-7 --- 

FSS-7 --- 

FSS-7 --- 

FSS-7 --- 

FSS-8 --- 

FSS-8 --- 

FSS-9 --- 

FSS-8 --- 

FSS-8 --- 

FSS-9 --- 

FSS-8 --- 

FSS-8 --- 

FSS-8 --- 



$ 6,501 

5,853 
5,853 

5,493 
5,493 

5,313 

9, 130 

6,033 
5,493 
5,493 
4,793 
4,719 
4,393 

11, 130 

9,950 

8,721 

8,721 

8,721 

8,721 
8,481 

8,481 

7,689 
7,401 
7,275 

7,095 
7,095 
6,681 
6,681 

6,681 

6,501 
6,501 
6,447 

6,447 

6,267 
6,087 

6,087 
5,907 
5,907 
5,853 

5,853 

5,619 
5,493 
5,493 

5,439 
5,313 
5,313 

5,313 



isigned also to Belgrade, Bucharest, Budapest, 
isigned also to Trieste. 



Praha, and Warsaw. 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: APRIL 1, 1952 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignmeat 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Administration Division- 
Continuea. 



U. S. Consulate (C) • 



Brussels (Bruxelles) (E) 



AUSTRIA (E AND USCOA) --Continued 

Vienna- -Continued 

Theodore Chariott, asst. blJg. mainte- 
nance supervisor. 

Joseph J. Wright, oepot supt 

Roger Norfleet Vinson, property recoros 

supervisor. 
Freeman Emery Marston, property and 
stock control officer. 

Clarence Vieira, info, asst 

James A. Howell, transportation officer - 

Salzburg 

Clifford R. Nelson, v. c 

Abraham N. Hopman, public affairs 
officer. 

Frank C. NiccoU, v. c 

Paul B. Lanius, Jr., v. c 

Teresa M. Offie, v. c 

Ernest E. Schneider, v. c 

BELGIUM AND POSSESSIONS 

(Belgium) 

Robert D. Murphy, A. E. and P 

Hugh Millard, couns. of emb 

Homer S. Fox, couns. of emb. for econ. 

affairs (MSA). 
Raymond P. Ludden, couns. of emb.' --- 

Eric Kocher, 1st sec. ; cons.' 

Patten D. Allen, 1st sec. ; cons 

D. Chaawick Braggiotti, att 

Robert N. Anderson, att. ' 

Richard M. Service, 1st sec. ; cons 

Alice Rogers Hager, att.' 

Denzil LeRoy Page, att 

Manuel Sanchez, att.' 

Marion John Kaminski, att.' 

Richard E. Usher, 2d sec; cons 

Rupert Prohme, att 

W. Paul O'Neill, Jr., cons.' 

C. Hoyt Price, economist (MSA) 

George W. Skora, cons 

John F. Fitzgerald, 2d sec. ; cons - 

William M. Hart, att 

James D. Danielson, att 

Tigner Ogletree, asst. att. (MDAP) 

Albert V. Nyren, 2d sec; v. c 

Sam L. Yates, Jr. , 2a sec. ; v. c. (MDAP) 
Dorothy Moore Deflandre, asst. att. ' --- 
Andree F. Delr^e, admin, asst. (MDAP)- 

Gladys Wells, admin, asst 

James J. Blake, 2a sec. ; v. c 

Ralphs. Smith, 2d sec. ; v. c 

Warren G. Dougherty, v. c 

George Moffitt, Jr., asst. att.' 

Viola Johnson, disbursing officer (MDAP)- 
Kenneth M. Bevis, asst. att 

Col. Wendell Blanchard, army att.' 

Capt. Charles William Parker, naval att. 
and naval att. for air.* I 

^ Assigned also to Luxembourg. 

^ Assigned also to Luxembourg, Paris, and The Hague; resident in Paris 
^ Assignee also to Berlin and/or Frankfort on the Main, and The Hague 
Assigned also to and resident in The Hague. 



(AA, NA, & Air A) 



July 2 


1951 


FSS-8 


Oct. 29 

Nov. 1 


1951 
1951 


FSS-8 
FSS-8 


July 16, 


1951 


FSS-9 


Oct. 16, 
Nov. 21, 


1950 
1951 


FSS-9 
FSS-9 


Aug. 23, 
Sept. 20, 


1950 
1951 


reo-5 

FSS-5 


Sept. 20, 
May 27, 
Aug. 20, 
Sept. 19, 


1950 
1951 
1951 
1950 


FSS-8 
FSO-6 
FScS-9 
FSO-6 



Sept 


.22 


1949 


FSO-CM 


June 


3 


1947 


FSO-1 — 


Oct. 


8, 


1949 


FSO-1 -- 


Nov. 


2, 


1949 


FSO-1 -- 


Aug. 


20, 


1947 


FSO-2 -- 


Jan. 


9, 


1950 


FSO-2 -- 


Apr. 


10, 


1951 


FSS-2 -- 


Mar 


5, 


1948 


FSS-3 -- 


July 


18, 


1951 


FSO-3 -- 


Aug. 


3, 


1948 


FSR-3 -- 


Nov. 


23, 


1949 


FSS-3 -- 


Aug. 


5, 


1948 


FSS-4 -- 


July 


30, 


1951 


FSR-4 — 


Apr. 


23, 


1951 


FSO-4 -- 


Oct. 


15, 


1950 


FSS-5 -- 


Nov. 


12, 


1948 


FSO-4 -- 


Nov. 


13, 


1949 


FSO-4 -- 


Apr. 


3, 


1951 


FSO-4 -- 


Apr. 


20, 


1951 


FSO-4 -- 


Apr. 


5, 


1951 


FSR-4 -- 


July 


9, 


1951 


FSR-4 -- 


Apr. 


5, 


1951 


FSS-7 -- 


Aug. 


28, 


1951 


FSO-5 -- 


Jan. 


3, 


1952 


JSO-5 -- 


Feb. 


20, 


1949 


FSS-8 -- 


Aug. 


1, 


1951 


fSS-8 -- 


Sept. 


7, 


1944 


FSS-9 -- 


Oct. 


29, 


1947 


lSO-5 -- 


Jan. 


2, 


1952 


FSO-5 -- 


Aug. 


10, 


1951 


FSS-8 -- 


June 


8, 


1951 


FSS-9 -- 


Feb. 


2, 


1951 


FSS-9 -- 


Aug. 


2, 


1951 


FSS-9 -- 


July 


24. 


1950 




Feb. 


14, 


1951 





POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Salary 



BELGIUM AND POSSESSIONS- -Continued 



5els (Bruxelles) (E)-- 
itinued. 

AA, NA, & Air A)-- 
Continued. 

srp (Antwerpen) (CG) -- 



jethville, Belgian 
go (C). 

Idville, Belgian 
go (CG). 



^(E) 



iA & Air A) • 



Janeiro (E) 



(Belgium) - -Continued 



Col. Daniel W. Wickland, air att. ^ - 

Lt. Comdr. Elmer Lee Fox, asst. naval 

att. and asst. naval att. for air. 2 
Col. George B. Green, asst. air att.^ — 

George Tait, cons, gen 

Roger L. Heacock, cons 

John I. Fishburne, cons 

Leslie A. Weisenburg, cons 

Robert L. Yost, v. c 

Reinhard W. Lamprecht, v. c 

Ernesto S. Guaderrama, v. c 

Richard C. Davis, v. c 

M. Louise Kirby, v. c 

(Africa) 

Thomas Glenn Murdock, cons.'' 

George D. LaMont, cons, gen.' 

Arthur Stanley Alberts, att 

Joseph P. Nagoski, v. c 

Howard D. Jones, v. c. 5 

Charles Kenneth Bevilacqua, v. c 

WiUiam G. AUen, v. c 

BOLIVIA 

Edward J. Sparks, app. A. E. and P — 
Roy Lee Wade, public affairs officer — 

David A. deLima, att 

Howard M. Samsel, asst. att 

Samuel A. Mcllhenny, Jr., cons 

T. Andrew Galambos, 2d sec. ; v. c — 
William B. Cobb, Jr. , 2d sec. ; v. c — 

John Crider Amott, 2d sec. ;v. c 

Charles E. Paine, 2d sec. ; v. c 

James C. Quick, v. c 

Walter Trenta, asst. att 

Fred William Dickens, asst. att 

Col. Aloysius E. McCormick, army att - 
Lt. Col. Edgar J. Burns, air att 

BRAZIL 

Herschel V. Johnson, A. E. and P 

J. Burke Knapp, Am. commr. on the 

Jt. U. S. -Brazil Econ. Development 

Commn. 
Sheldon T. MUls, couns. of emb. with 

personal rank of minister. 
Charles E. Dickerson, Jr., couns. of 

emb. for econ. affairs. 
William G. Lodwick, agri. adviser on the 

Jt. U. S. -Brazil Econ. Development 

Commn. 

John A. Hopkins, 1st sec. ; cons 

Herbert Cerwin, couns. of emb 

George H. Owen, U. S. mem. of the 

Inter- Am. Juridical Comm. 



signed to Brussels and Luxembourg; resident in Brussels. 

signed also to and resident in The Hague. 

signed also to Bern, Luxembourg, and Paris. 

signed also to Luanda. 

signed also to the Cameroons and French Equatorial Africa. 



Mar. 10, 1951 
July 16, 1951 

Apr. 21, 1951 



May 2, 
May 2, 
Mar. 24, 
Oct. 29, 
June 22, 
Feb. 3, 
July 10, 
Oct. 25, 
Sept. 28, 



1950 
1951 
1949 
1951 
1949 
1950 
1950 
1951 
1949 



Oct. 20, 1947 

Mar. 22, 1950 
Dec. 19, 1951 
Jan. 9, 1952 
Dec. 31, 1949 
Sept. 15, 1951 
Aug. 1, 1951 



Dec. 14, 
Jan. 18, 
May 16, 
Apr. 2, 
Sept. 12, 
Jan. 24, 
May 25, 
Jan. 24, 
Nov. 10, 
Sept. 1, 
Nov. 26, 
June 29, 



1951 
1952 
1950 
1951 
1950 
1951 
1950 
1950 
1950 
1950 
1951 
1951 



Mar. 12, 1952 
Aug. 15, 1950 



Apr. 14, 1948 
Sept. 28, 1951 



June 24, 1950 
Aug. 24, 1949 
Sept. 23, 1951 



Apr. 6, 1950 
Jan. 4, 1951 
Feb. 1, 1951 



FSO-2 
FSO-4 
FSO-4 
FSS-7 
FSO-5 
FSS-8 
FSS-9 
FSO-6 
FSO-6 



FSS-2 

FSO-2 
FSR-3 
FSO-5 
FSO-5 
FSS-8 
FSO-6 



FSO-1 
FSR-3 
FSS-6 
FSS-7 
FS3-8 
FSO-5 
FSO-5 
FSO-5 
FSO-5 
FSS-9 
FSS-9 
FSS-9 



J12, 700 
7,563 
6,963 
6,447 
5,713 
5,673 
5,079 
4,793 
4,593 



9,230 

11,850 
9,130 
5,713 
5,313 
5,313 
4,993 



9,730 
7,401 
6,447 
6,213 
5,713 
5,513 
5,313 
5,313 
5,079 
5,079 
4,719 



FSO-CM 

TCA - — 



FSO-1 ■ 
FSO-2 ■ 
TCA-1- 



FSO-2 
FSR-2 
FSR-2 



13, 600 
12, 800 
12,800 



11, 130 
11, 130 
11, 130 




8 



FOREIGN SERVICE UST: APRIL 1, 1952 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



BRAZIL- -Continued 



Rio de Janeiro (E)- 
tinued. 



-Con- 



June 26, 1951 



July 15, 1951 



Aug. 6, 1951 



Aug. 19, 1951 



TCA-3- 



TCA-3 — 



TCA-3 -- 



TCA-3 -- 



June 


5, 


1950 


FSS-2 


Nov. 


1, 


1949 


FSO-3 


July 


13, 


1950 


FSS-2 


May 


4, 


1951 


FSO-3 



Aug. 22, 1951 



18, 

19, 
26, 



May 
Sept 
Aug. 
Jan. 
Aug. 29 
Dec. 9, 
June 19, 



1944 
1951 
1949 
2, 1951 
1951 
1950 
1951 



June 20, 
Mar. 15, 

June 22, 
Dec. 10, 
Feb. 15, 
Mar. 30, 



Arthur Oakley Brooks, tanking adviser 
on the Jt. U. S. -Brazil Econ. Develop- 
ment Commn. 

James Kirke Paulding, project adviser 
on the Jt. U.S. -Brazil Econ. Develop- 
ment Commn. 

William B. Mather, industrial tech- 
nologist and researcher on the Jt. U.S. 
-Brazil Econ. Development Commn. 

Christopher Lloyd Jones, project ad- 
viser on the Jt. U.S. -Brazil Econ. 
Development Commn. 

Warren H. McKenney, att.^ 

Ellis M. Goodwin, 1st sec. ; cons 

Kenneth B. Atkinson, att 

William E. Flournoy, Jr., 1st sec. ; 
cons. gen. 

WiUiam Conkling Ladd, project adviser 
on the Jt. U.S. -Brazil Econ. Develop- 
ment Commn. 

Emerson Innis Brown, att 

Alan K. Manchester, att 

Sterling J. Cottrell, 1st sec. ; cons 

Eldred D. Kuppinger, 1st sec. ; cons — 

William A. Wieland, 1st sec. ; cons 

Herman J. Jelinek, att 

Philip J. W. Glaesner, econ. adviser on 
the Jt. U.S. -Brazil Econ. Development 
Commn. 

Henry Schweitzer Hammond, att - 

Thomas D. Girolamo, supervisor of 
constr. 

George E. Miller, 2d sec. ; cons 

Irving Salert, att 

RaulD'Eca, att 

Glenn Anderson Haggles, att 

Raford W. Herljert, att -- 

Alan Fisher, asst. att 

Walter B. Gates, att." --- 

Thomas R. Hodet, att 

Harold E. Midkiff, 2d sec 

Francis J. McArdle, att 

Edward R. Gaul, att - 

Edward N. McCully, 2d sec. ; cons 

Thomas Waverly Palmer, Jr. , certifying 
officer. 

Faustin A. Guerin, admin, officer on the 
Jt. U. S. -Brazil Econ. Development 
Commn. 

Robert C. Ecker, att.^ 

James Anthony Dibrell, att. ^ 

J. Paxton Haddow, asst. att 

Rudolf E. Cahn, v. c 

Gertrude E. Heare, asst. att 

Samuel H. McKinney, communications 
supervisor. 

Genevieve Reynolds, asst. att 

James L. Wyatt, asst. att 

William Preston Rambo, asst. att 

Peter J. Raineri, v. c 

Susan H. Barbosa, v. c 

Alfreu A. Pease, v. c' 

David Oppenheim, disbursing officer 

Gladys M. Knutzen, personnel technician- 
John Logan Hagan, asst. att 

Samuel D. Eaton, 2d sec. ; v. c 

Godfrey Harvey Summ, 2d sec. ; v. c — 

^Assigned also to Bogota, Buenos Aires, Lima, Montevideo, Quito, and Santiago. 
Assigned also to Argentina, Bolivia, British Guiana, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Paraguay Peru, 
Surinam, Uruguay, and Venezuela. 

^Assigned also to Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, British Guiana, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Paraguay, 
Peru, Surinam, Uruguay, and Venezuela. 
Detailed to Sao Paulo indefinitely. 



Dec. 
July 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Jan. 
Mar. 
July 
May 



1949 
1948 

1950 
1951 
1952 
1951 
1949 
1946 
1950 
1951 
1950 



6, 
1, 

5, 
21, 
16, 

2, 1952 
23, 1951 

9, 1951 
June 15, 1951 

June 26, 1951 



Apr. 27, 1949 
Aug. 25, 1949 
Nov. 29, 1950 
Aug. 1 
May 14 
June 16 



1920 
1951 
1944 



June 13, 

Jan. 

Aug. 

Apr. 

Apr. 

Feb. 

May 

Oct 



Dec 
Jan. 
Jan. 



1950 
29, 1951 
6, 1946 
1951 
1934 
1950 
1950 
1950 
1950 
1950 
1951 



17, 
2, 

1, 
10, 
31, 
26, 
12, 
11, 



TCA-3 



FSS-2 

FSR-3 

FSO-3 

FSO-3 

FSO-3 

FSR-3 ■ 

TCA-3 



FSS-3 --■ 
FSS-3 --■ 

FSO-4 — 

FSR-4 — ■ 
FSS-4 — ■ 
FSR-4 — - 
FSS-4 --- 
FSS-6 --- 
FSS-5 --- 
FSS-5 --- 
FSR-4 --- 
FSR-4 --- 
FSS-6 -- 
FSO-4 --- 
TCA-4--- 

TCA-4— - 



FSS-6 
FSS-6 
FSS-6 
FSS-7 
FSR-5 
FSS-8 

FSR-5 
FSR-5 
FSS-7 
FSS-7 
FSS-8 • 
FSS-8 ■ 
FSS-8 ■ 
FSS-8 ■ 
FSS-8 ■ 
FSO-5 • 
FSO-5 - 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Salary 



i Janeiro (E)- 
itlnued. 



KA, NA, & Air A) 



1, Para (C) 

lanaus, Amazonas 

(CA). 
Jo Luiz, Maranhao 

(CA). 
leza, Ceara (C) 

Alegre, Rio Grande 
3ul (C). 



;io Grande, Rio Grande 

do Sul (CA). 
;, Pernambuco (C) — 



lor, Bahia (C) 

5, Sao Paulo (C) 

aulo, Sao Paulo (CG) ■ 



luritiba, Parana (CA) 
ia, Espirito Santo (C) 



BRAZIL- -Continued 

Robert Lobel, asst. att 

Hiram H. Goad, asst. att 

William J. Bushwaller, asst. att 

E. Victor Saadeh, econ. asst 

Orton W. Hoover, asst. att 

Anne M. Logan, asst. att 

Edward J. Boston, asst. att 

Lt. Col. Joseph W. Sisson, Jr., armyatt- 
Capt. Adelbert Vernon Wallis, naval att. 

and naval att. for air. 

Brig. Gen. Leigh Wade, air att 

Lt. (jg) Georpe Albert McEvoy, asst. 

naval att. and asst. naval att. for air. 

Col. Jack W. Hughes, asst. air att 

Lt. Col. Charles H. Roadman, asst. air 

att.i 
Maj. William R. Lawley, Jr., asst. air 

att. 



George T. Colman, cons — 
Waldemar P. de Souza, cons. 



agt 



Thomas Moses, cons, agt 



Richard A. Godfrey, v. c 

Roberts. Hoard, v. c 

Howard Ora HiU, regional public affairs 
officer. 

Myron Brockway Lawrence, v. c 

, cons, agt 



F. Ridgway Lineaweaver, cons --- 

Francis E. Townsend, v. c 

Robert E. Riordan, v. c 

Robert C. Johnson, Jr., cons 

Carl J. Erickson, Jr., v. c 

Arthur G. Parsloe, cons 

Allen P. McNeill, Jr., v. c 

Clarence C. Brooks, cons, gen --- 

Charles K. Ludewig, cons 

John W. Campbell, att 

Robert W. Bradbury, econ. officer 

Marc L. Severe, cons 

WiUiam T. Briggs, cons 

George Hubert Maness, cons 

Lee M. Hunsaker, asst. att 

Alfred A. Pease, v. c. ^ 

Ellen Gavrisheff, asst. att 

John G. Gossett, v. c 

Robert C. Wysong, v. c 

Francisco M. Albizu, cons, agt 
Ray H. Crane, v. c 



Mar. 4, 1949 
June 6, 1951 
June 28, 1951 
Dec. 18, 1926 
July 17, 1951 
Oct. 4, 1951 
Oct. 25, 1951 

Dec. 29, 1951 
May 14, 1951 

May 3, 1951 
Aug. 13, 1951 

Dec. 28, 1949 
Aug. 20, 1951 

Apr. 17, 1951 



July 1, 1948 
Nov. 1, 1948 

July 17, 1948 

June 4, 1947 
Mar. 10, 1952 
Nov. 4, 1949 

Aug. 28, 1951 



Feb. 


14, 


Mar. 


1, 


Nov. 


27, 


Sept. 


1, 


Jan. 


23. 


Jan. 


27, 


Sept. 


20, 


Oct. 


9, 


Sept. 


2, 


Mar. 


14, 


Jan. 


24, 


July 


24, 


Apr. 


12, 


May 


2, 


May 


16, 


Feb. 


1, 


Mar 


30, 


Mar 


25, 


Apr. 


25, 


May 


24, 


Sept 


26, 



1950 
1951 
1950 
1949 
1951 
1918 
1950 
1951 
1947 
1952 
1952 
1946 
1949 
1951 
1950 
1950 
1951 
1949 
1951 
1948 
1951 



FSS-8 
FSS-8 
FSS-8 
FSS-9 
FSS-9 
FSS-9 
FSS-9 



$ 5,313 
5,313 
5,313 
5,259 
5,079 
4,719 
4,719 



FSS-6 -- 



FSS-7 
FSS-6 
FSS-7 

FSO-6 



FSO-3 — 
FSS-7 -- 
FSS-8 -- 
FSS-7 -- 
FSO-6 -- 
FSS-7 -- 
FSS-11 - 
FSO-1 -- 
FSO-4 -- 
FSS-4 -- 
FSS-5 — 
FSS-6 -- 
FSO-4 -- 
FSO-4 -- 
FSS-6 — 
FSS-8 — 
FSR-5 -- 
FSO-5 -- 
FSO-5 -- 

FSS-8 -- 



BULGARIA 



Severance of diplomatic relations, Feb. 24, 1950. 



6,681 



6,087 
6,861 
5,907 

4,993 



9,130 
5,907 
5,313 
6,087 
4,593 
6,447 
4,167 
14,000 
8, 163 
7,929 
7,275 
7,041 
6,963 
6,963 
6,501 
5,853 
5,513 
5,313 
5,313 

5,673 



)on (E) 



BURMA, UNION OF 

David McK. Key, A. E. and P 

Sidney H. Browne, couns. of emb 

Henry B. Day, couns. of emb 

Andrew Vincent Corry, att. ^ 

George W. Edman, att 

Albert B. Franklin, 1st sec. ; cons 
Lionel Landry, att 



Feb. 16, 1950 
Mar. 10, 1952 
May 10, 1949 
Sept. 4, 1947 
May 12, 1950 
Feb. 7, 1951 
Dec. 5, 1950 



FSO-CM 
FSO-1 -- 
FSO-2 -- 
FSS-1 -- 
FSS-2 -- 
FSO-3 -- 
FSR-4 -- 



isigned to Asuncion, Buenos Aires, Rio de Janeiro, and Santiago. 

isigned also to Rio de Janeiro. 

;signed also to Colombo, Karachi, Katmandu, and New Delhi; resident in New Delhi. 



12,800 

11,850 

10, 550 

9,230 

9,130 

8,163 



lO 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: APRIL 1, 1952 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Rangoon (E)-- Continued --- 



(AA, NA, & Air A) 



Phnom Penh (L) 



Ottawa, Ontario (E) 



(AA, NA, & Air A) ---. 



BURMA, UNION OF— Continued 

Webster Eugene Ballance, att - - 

James H. Boulware, att — -- 

Gerard A. Donohue, asst. att 

Athlyn B. Waller, bldg. supt. (MSA) 

Alfred W. Wells, 2d sec. ; v. c -- - 

Robert R. Raven, asst. att 

Lewis M. Purnell, asst. att 

James Raymonc, Wara, asst. att 

Alice D. Westbrook, personnel technician- 
Virginia C. Stryker, v. c 

Ralph H. Redford, att 

Adeline. Rosenfeld, public affairs officer- 

Roljert A. Aylward, 2d sec. ; v. c 

Robert B. Shaw, 3d sec; v. c 

Zelma S. Graham, asst. att 

Eleanor Glover Bond, gen. sers. officer - 
Alf E. Bergesen, 3ci sec. ; v. c 

Col. Thomas H. Davies, army att 

Lt. Col. David Worth Stonecliffe, naval 

att. and naval att. for air.i 

Lt. Col. James S. Coward, air att 

Lt. Col. Glenn J. McGowan, asst. army 

att. 
Lt. Comdr. William Theodore Lowry, 

asst. naval att. and asst. naval att. 

for air.^ 
Capt. l^obert L. E. Tyrrell,asst. air att - 
1st Lt. Phillip Z. Saba, asst. air att 

CAMBODIA, KINGDOM OF ^ 

Donald R. Heath, E.E. andM.P.^ 

Don V. CaUett, 1st sec; cons 

George E. Olcott, public affairs officer -- 

CANADA 

Stanley Woodward, A. E. and P 

Don C. Bliss, couns. of emb. with 
personal rank of minister. 

Paul O. Nyhus, att 

Woodbury Willoughby, couns. of emb --- 

John H. Morgan, couns. of emb 

Mervyn V.Pallister, att 

Frederick E. Farnsworth, 1st sec. ; cons 

Richard E. Kleinhans, cons 

Joseph Godson, att 

Ellen C. Wilson, att 

George A. Berkley, v. c 

H. Mason Wade, asst. att 

Alva L. Taber, asst. att 

Norman J. Bentley, asst. att 

Eva Taylor, v. c 

John Patrick Walsh, 2d sec. ; v. c 

A. Eugene Frank, 2d sec. ; v. c 

Georges. Vest, 2d sec. ; v. c 

William Louis Rodman, asst. att 

Thomas A. Kelly, v. c 

Shirley Mae Green, admin, asst - 

Ruth L. Buchholz, sec 

Col. Francis J. Graling, army att 

Capt. Francis Hartt Gardner, naval att. 

and naval att. for air. 
Col. Frederick Archibalu Pillet, air att - 



May 

Feb. 

Aug. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

May 

July 

Feb. 

Dec. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

June 

Jan. 

Sept. 

Jan. 

Feb 



16, 1950 
25, 1951 

20, 1950 
20, 1951 
15, 1950 
22, 1950 

1, 1949 
8, 1950 
6, 1950 
4, 1951 
31, 1951 

24, 1951 

25, 1951 

18, 1950 

19, 1948 
8, 1952 

21, 1951 



FSS-4 
FSS-4 
FS3-7 
FSS-8 
FSO-5 
FSR-5 
FSS-7 
FSS-7 
FSS-7 
FSS-7 ■ 
FSS-7 ■ 
FSS-8 ■ 
FSO-5 ■ 
FSO-6 ■ 
FSS-9 - 
FSS-9 - 
FSO-6 - 



Dec. 20, 1949 
June 23, 1950 

Dec. 21, 1950 
Aug. 28, 1951 

Mar. 28, 1951 



Jan. 22, 1951 
May 22, 1951 



June 29, 1950 
June 3, 1951 
Apr. 10, 1951 



FSO-CM 
FSO-3 -- 
FSS-6 -- 



May 23, 1950 
Jan. 5, 1950 



Feb. 4, 
Nov. 3, 
Nov. 22, 
Feb. 1, 
Mar. 19, 
June 1, 
June 1, 
Sept. 12, 
Feb. 1, 
Apr. 5, 
Nov. 21, 
May 29, 
June 29, 
Jan. 12, 
Mar. 27, 
Mar. 11, 
Nov. 27, 
May 8, 
July 24, 
Jan. 28, 



1952 

1949 

1950 

1952 

1951 

1951 

1950 

1949 

1951 

1951 

1949 

1951 

1951 

1950 

1950 

1952 

1951 

1950 

1950 

1952 



Apr. 10, 1950 
July 19, 1950 



Apr. 23, 1950 - 



FSO-1 --- 

FSO-1 - 
FSO-2 - 
FSO-2 - 
FSS-2 - 
FSO-3 - 
FS3-3 -• 
FSR-4 -■ 
FSS-6 -■ 
FSS-6 -- 
FSR-5 -- 
FSS-7 -- 
FS3-7 -- 
FSS-8 -- 
FSO-5 -- 
FSO-5 -- 
FSO-5 -- 
FSS-8 -- 
FSS-9 -- 
FSS-9 -- 
FSS-9 -- 



^Assigned also to Bangkok. 

^.•,v?^ T" ^' f 'S°"' Vietnam, is accredited also to the Kinguoms of Cambodia and Laos- 
oaigon, bee p. 97. ' 

^Accredited also to the Kingdom of Laos and State of Vietnam; resident in Saigon. 



resiaent in 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



II 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Salary 



I, Ofltario (E)-- 
tinueci. 

LA, NA, & Air A)- 
Continued. 



•y, Alberta (C) 

iton, Alberta (C) --- 
i, Nova Scotia (CG) 



on, Ontario (C) -• 
;al, Quebec (CG) • 



a Falls, Ontario (C) 



, Quebec (C) 



, Saskatchewan (C)- 
n. New Brunswick 

n's, Newfoundland 



), Ontario (CG)- 



ver, British Colum- 

:g). 



I, British Columbia 
r, Ontario (C) 



g, Manitoba (CG) --- 



0(E) 



CANADA- -Continued 



Lt. Col. Thomas R. Clarkin, asst. army 

att. 
Lt. Stokes Lybrand Sharp, asst. naval 

att. and asst. naval att. for air. 

Col. Jack Bollerua, asst. air att 

Lt. Col. Robert W. Strong, Jr., asst. 

air att. 
Maj. Eugene W. Green, asst. air att --- 

Cyrus B. FoUmer, cons 

Ralph W. McMahon, v. c 

Carl O. Hawthorne, cons 

Arthur B. Corcoran, v. c 

Cabot Coville, cons, gen 

Casimir T. Zawadzki, cons 

Robert A. McKinnon, v. c 

Perry N. Jester, cons, gen 

Albert W. Scott, cons 

Albert E. Clattenburg, Jr., cons 

Thomas J. B. Wenner, cons 

Charles B. Borell, cons 

Virginia Ellis, v. c 

Andrew E. Hanney, cons 

Herman Lindstrom, v. c 

M. Louise Schaffner, v. c 

Marie C. Chabot, v. c 

Xavier W. Eilers, v. c 

Charles F. Stoppani, v. c 

Delano McKelvey, cons 

William H. Brown, v. c 

Ralph G. Saucedo, v. c 

Ernest de W. Mayer, cons 

Dorothy M. Barker, v. c 

Eugene H. Johnson, cons 

George M. Graves, cons 

Warren L. Swope, v. c 

Horatio Mooers, cons, gen 

Ellis A. Bonnet, cons 

A. Hugh Douglas, Jr., v. c 

Adrian B. Colquitt, cons 

Frederick a. Bohne, cons 

George F. Bogaraus, cons 

Robert William Harding, cons 

Mildred V. Deike, v. c 

Kingdon W. Swayne, v. c 

Vernon V. Hukee, v. c 

G. Edward Reynolds, v. c 

Waldo H. Heinrichs, Jr., v. c 

Robert Lacy Smyth, cons, gen 

James E. Callahan, cons 

Nelson P. Meeks, cons 

Roland K. Beyer, v. c 

Arthur Potter Allen, v. c 

Frederick W. Hinke, cons 

William M. Olive, v. c 

Robert J. Cavanaugh, cons 

Charles C. Sundell, cons 

Levi Pease Smith, Jr., v. c 

Ralph C. Fratzke, v. c 

Laurence C. Frank, cons, gen 

Mulford A. Colebrook, cons 

Eugene L. Padberg, Jr., cons 

Joseph W. Sowell, v. c 

CEYLON 

Joseph C. Salter thwaite, A. E. and P -- 

Myron L. Black, 1st sec. ; cons -- 

Bernards. Gufler, couns. of emb 



Nov. 15, 1950 






Apr. 11, 1951 






Mar. 9, 1951 






Feb. 18, 1949 






Apr. 26, 1950 






Feb. 1, 1951 


FSS-7 — 


$ 6,627 


Jan. 29, 1952 


FSS-10 — 


4,323 


Apr. 6, 1951 


FSS-6 -- 


7,041 


May 10, 1927 


FSS-11 — 


4,047 


June 29, 1950 


FSO-2 - — 


11,130 


Dec. 22, 1949 


FSS-7 --- 


6,447 


Mar. 28, 1951 


FSO-5 -- 


5,313 


Aug. 1, 1950 


FSO-2 — 


11,130 


July 12, 1951 


FSO-2 --- 


11,130 


Mar. 19, 1951 


FSO-3 — - 


10, 030 


June 1, 1951 


FSS-4 -- 


8,649 


Jan. 17, 1950 


FSS-6 --- 


6,861 


Feb. 10, 1950 


FSS-6 — 


6,681 


May 8, 1951 


FSS-6 -- 


6,681 


Sept. 1, 1949 


FSS-8 — 


5,493 


Sept. 8, 1950 


FSO-5 — 


5,313 


June 1, 1929 


FSS-8 — 


5,313 


Apr. 16, 1951 


FSS-8 --- 


5,313 


Jan. 15, 1951 


FSS-9 --- 


4,899 


Aug. 16, 1949 


FSO-5 --- 


6,713 


July 31, 1937 


FSS-9 --- 


5,619 


June 30, 1950 


FSS-10 -- 


4,863 


Nov. 20, 1950 


FSO-3 -- 


9,130 


Aug. 31, 1951 


FSO-5 --- 


5,313 


Oct. 9, 1950 


FSS-7 — - 


6,087 


Dec. 4, 1951 


FSO-4 — - 


8,863 


Jan. 16, 1951 


FSS-8 -- 


5,493 


Nov. 20, 1950 


FSO-3 --- 


9,430 


Nov. 21, 1950 


FSO-4 --- 


8,863 


Apr. 14, 1950 


FSS-10 — 


4,683 


May 31, 1951 


FSO-4 -- 


7,863 


Jan. 16, 1920 


FSS-5 -- 


7,275 


Mar. 16, 1950 


FSO-4 - — 


6,963 


Jan. 1, 1928 


FSS-6 - — 


6,681 


Apr. 19, 1948 


FSS-8 --- 


5,853 


May 31, 1951 


FSO-5 --- 


5,513 


Nov. 21, 1950 


FSO-5 - — 


5,313 


Feb. 14, 1950 


FSO-6 — 


4,993 


Nov. 21, 1951 


FSO-6 --- 


4,593 


Mar. 22, 1950 


FSO-1 --- 


13, 600 


Aug. 2, 1949 


FSS-3 --- 


8,481 


May 5, 1925 


FSS-4 -- 


7,689 


Apr. 10, 1950 


FSO-5 --- 


6,713 


Feb. 24, 1950 


FSS-9 - — 


5,079 


Sept. 8, 1950 


FSO-2 — - 


11,850 


Nov. 10, 1949 


FSS-8 -- 


5,493 


Jan. 10, 1950 


FSO-3 --- 


9,130 


Dec. 10, 1940 


FSS-7 — - 


6,267 


Oct. 24, 1949 


FSO-5 --- 


5,713 


Dec. 30, 1950 


FSS-9 - — 


4,899 


May 8, 1950 


FSO-2 — 


11, 500 


Aug. 21, 1950 


FSO-4 -- 


8,463 


Mar. 16, 1950 


FSO-4 — 


7,863 


Sept. 10, 1945 


FSS-9 - — 


4,899 


Sept. 22, 1949 


FSO-1 --- 




Sept. 20, 1950 


FSO-2 --- 


11,130 


May 25, 1951 


FSO-2 --- 


11,130 



12 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: APRIL 1, 1952 





Colombo (E) 
Continued. 



(NA) 



Santiago (E) 



(AA, NA, &AirA) 



Concepcion (CA) 

Antofagasta (C) 

Valparaiso (C) 

Cruz Grande, Coquim- 
bo (CA). 



CE YLON— Continued 

Andrew Vincent Corry, att. ^ -- 

Argus J. Tresidder, att - 

James Milton Moran, chief engineer 
(radio) . 

Bruce B. Palmer, att 

James Walker Alley, radio engineer --- 

Donald E. Hare, att 

Edward H. Park, radio engineer 

Howard Imbrey, asst. att 

Harold Goldstein, librarian 

Raymond John Becker, 2d sec. ; v. c --- 

Leaman R. Hunt, misc. sers. elk 

Theodore L. Eliot, Jr., 3d sec. ; v. c --■ 
William M. Kahmann, 3d sec. ; v. c 

Comdr. James T. Hodgson, Jr., naval 

att. and naval att. for air. 
Lt. Comdr. Mahlon Joseph Williams, 

asst. naval att. and asst. naval att. for 

air. 

CHILE 

Claude G. Bowers, A. E. and P 

Carlos C. Hall, couns. of emb 

H. Gerald Smith, couns. of emb. for 
econ. affairs. 

Robert Gordon Glover, cml. att - 

Warren H. McKenney, att. ^ -- -. 

Charles Allan Stewart, 1st sec. ; cons --- 

Philip M. Davenport, 1st sec. ; cons 

John M. Vebber, 1st sec. ; cons 

Overton G. Ellis, Jr. , 2d sec. ; cons 

Emery R. Kiraly, att 

Donald C. Marelius, att 

Richard G. Gushing, att 

Ned C. Fahs, att 

Arthur J. Romero, cons 

Hyman Bloom, cons 

James Maish, Jr., asst. att 

Hogan F. Buford, v. c 

Maurice J. Broderick, 2d sec. ; v. c --- 

John C. Stoddard, v. c 

Davids. McMorris, 2d sec. ; v. c 

Leonora M.-R. Kuhn, asst. att 

George E. Wolcott, asst. att 

Margarite H. Tanck, v. c - -. 

Sidney N. Milliken, asst. att 

Roy R. Hermesman, v. c 

James E. Officer, asst. att 

Col. Clarence W. Bennett, army att 

Capt. Edward Page Southwick, naval att. 

and naval att. for air. 

Lt. Col. William E. Ross, air att 

CWO Winfield W. Bitting, asst. army att- 
Lt. Col. Charles H. Roadman, asst. air 

att. 3 
Capt. Leonard E. Pratt, asst. air att - 
Capt. Arthur D. Gaston, asst. air att - 

Cortlandt Rugless Sweet, cons, agt 

Mansfield McMahan, v. c 

Louis H. De Armas, v. c 

Richard M. de Lambert, cons, gen 

Samuel H. Young, v. c 

Frank T. Rueter, cons, agt -. 



Sept. 4 


1947 


FSS-1 


Apr. 2 


1949 


FSR-4 


Nov. 20, 


1951 


FSS-3 


June 6, 


1951 


FSS-4 


June 15, 


1951 


FSS-4 


June 28, 


1951 


FSS-4 


Aug. 10, 


1951 


FSS-5 


Sept. 3, 


1951 


FSS-7 


Sept. 17, 


1951 


FSS-7 


June 1, 


1950 


FSO-5 


May 1, 


1951 


FSS-9 


July 31, 


1950 


FSO-6 


Feb. 16, 


1951 


FSO-6 


Apr. 16, 


1949 




Nov. 13, 


1950 





June 22, 1939 
Nov. 29, 1949 
Oct. 8, 1949 

Dec. 27, 1950 
June 5, 1950 
July 1, 1949 
Apr. 3, 1950 
Apr. 24, 1950 
Feb. 18, 1952 
Feb. 4, 1952 
Mar. 28, 1952 
Dec. 10, 1949 
16, 1950 
13, 1947 
6, 1952 
2, 1946 

16, 1949 
Sept. 22, 1951 
Nov. 30, 1949 
Dec. 19, 1949 

5, 1950 

17, 1951 
13, 1950 
16, 1933 

May 31, 1951 
July 1, 1951 



May 
Oct. 
Feb. 
May 
Aug. 



Jan. 
Nov, 
Nov. 
Oct. 



Feb. 21, 1950 
Apr. 20, 1950 



Dec. 7, 
Dec. 7, 
Aug. 20, 



1950 
1949 
1951 



FSO-1 
FSR-2 

FSS-1 

FSS-2 

FSO-3 

FSO-3 

FSO-3 

FSO-4 ■ 

FSS-5 ■ 

FSS-5 ■ 

FSR-4 - 

FSS-6 - 

FSS-8 - 

FSS-7 - 

FSS-7 - 

FSS-7 - 

FSO-5 - 

FSS-8 - 

FSO-5 - 

FSR-5 - 

FSS-8 - 

FSS-9 - 

FSS-9 - 

FSS-9 - 

FSS-9 - 



Aug. 12, 1950 
Feb. 14, 1951 



Nov. 25, 1950 
July 16, 1951 
6, 1951 
28, 1950 
13, 1950 
16, 1933 



Feb. 
Feb. 
Dec. 
July 



FSS-10 
FSS-11 
FSO-3 - 
FSS-9 - 



4,443 

4,407 

10, 930 

5,439 



^issSd iTsl In ^ZlT'J^'""^"^''' ''"" °""''' ^'^ «^"g°°"; '•^^''^^"t ^ New Delhi. 
^AssSfnA.?nfT R ^"«"f.A"-es, Lima, Montevideo, Quito, and Rio de Janeiro. 
Assigned to Asuncion, Buenos Aires, Rio de Janeiro, and Santiago. 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



13 



Post 



Name and title 



Assigpunent 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Salary 



Taiwan (Formosa) 



\, NA, & Air A) 



CHINA 

Karl L. Rankin, charge d'affaires ad in- 
terim; minister; cons. gen. 

Howard P. Jones, couns. of emb 

Robert W. Rinden, 1st sec. ; cons 

Josiah W. Bennett, public affairs officer - 

John T. Houbelt, info, officer 

Edward Stansbury, att. (Kaohsiung) 

Alfred LeS. Jenkins, 2d sec; cons 

Edward J. Conlon, public affairs officer - 

Armand I. Vallieres, asst. att 

Harold G. McConeghey, v. c 

Arthur H. Rosen, v. c 

Richard T. Ewing, 2d sec. ; v. c 

Waldemar A. Olson, v. c 

Louise A. Lyon, v. c 

Thomas F. Teevan, cultural affairs asst - 
Ralph M. Kearney, disbursing officer — 

James R. Johnston, 3d sec. ; v. c 

WiUiam Ackerman Buell, Jr. , 3d sec. ; 
V. c. 

Col. John H. Lattin, army att 

Capt. Henry Thompson Jarrell, naval 

att. and naval att. for air. 
CoL Shepler Ward FitzGerald, air att --- 
Lt. Col. Graham E. Schmidt, asst. army 

att. 
Maj. Arthur E. Keller, asst. army att -- 
Capt. Robert F. Phillips, asst. army att- 
Capt. Roy R. Van Dusen, Jr. , asst. 

army att. 
Comdr. Roland Walker Kenney, asst. 

naval att. and asst. naval att. for air. 
Lt. Comdr. Robert Gray Towner, asst. 

naval att. and asst. naval att. for air. 
Lt. Comdr. Joseph Dilts Bennett, asst. 

naval att. and asst. naval att. for air. 
Maj. John Burke Berteling, asst. naval 

att. and asst. naval att. for air. 
Lt. William Thomas Brown, Jr. , asst. 

naval att. and asst. naval att. for air. 
Lt. Col. Lucius R. Holbrook, Jr. , asst. 

air att. 
Maj. Michael A. Luckey, asst. air att -- 

Maj. Albert L. Betz, asst. air att 

Capt. Stephen J. Welsh, asst. air att --- 
Capt. Raymond E. White, asst. air att -- 



Aug. 8, 1950 



Aug. 

Jan. 

Nov. 

Mar. 

Feb. 

July 

Feb. 

Dec. 

Sept. 

Jan. 

June 

Dec. 

Apr. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Apr. 

Jan. 



7, 1951 
4, 1951 

15, 1951 

26, 1951 
18, 1952 

18, 1950 

19, 1952 
17, 1951 
28, 1951 

8, 1952 
25, 1951 

12, 1950 

27, 1951 

13, 1952 
25, 1952 

2, 1951 
2, 1952 



Feb. 27, 1952 
Oct. 22, 1951 

Jan. 28, 1952 
July 20, 1950 

July 20, 1950 
July 20, 1950 
Oct. 3, 1950 

Aug. 13, 1951 

July 19, 1950 

May 12, 1951 

Apr. 26, 1950 

Aug. 31, 1951 

Apr. 14, 1951 

Oct. 25, 1949 
July 22, 1950 
Dec. 15, 1950 
June 4, 1951 



FSO-CM 

FSO-2 -- 
FSO-3 — 
FSS-3 -- 
FSS-5 — 
FSS-5 -- 
FSO-4 — 
FSS-6 --• 
FSS-7 --• 
FSS-9 — • 
FSS-8 -- 
FSO-5 --■ 
FSS-9 --■ 
FSS-9 --■ 
FSS-9 --■ 
FSS-9 --- 
FSO-6 --■ 
FSO-6 — 



$14, 300 

11, 130 
9,130 
8,481 
7,095 
7,095 
6,963 
6,681 
5,907 
5,619 
5,493 
5,313 
5,079 
4,719 
4,719 
4,719 
4,593 
4,593 




(E), closed Mar. 5, 1950. 
Kwantung (CG), closed Aug. 24, 1949. 
ng (C), closed Nov. 19, 1949. 
Liaoning (C), closed Oct. 21, 1949. 
Hupeh (CG), closed Dec. 5, 1949. 
'„ Yunnan (C), closed Dec. 10, 1949. 
Liaoning (CG), closed Dec. 6, 1949. 
Hopeh (CG), closed Apr. 10, 1950. 
i, Kiangsu (CG), closed Apr. 25, 1950. 
, Hopeh (CG), closed Apr. 14, 1950. 
3inkiang (C), closed Sept. 27, 1949. 
), Shantung (CG), closed Jan. 23, 1950. 



COLOMBIA 



E) 



Capus M. Waynick, A. E. and P 

Clarence E. Birgfeld, couns. of emb --- 
Thomas S. Campen, couns. of emb. for 

econ. affairs. 
Warren H. McKenney, att. ^ 



July 28, 1951 
June 29, 1951 
Oct. 22, 1951 

June 5, 1950 



FSO-2 
FSO-2 



FSS-2 - — 



U, 130 
11,130 

10, 250 



3ied also to Buenos Aires, Lima, Montevideo, Quito, Rio de Janeiro, and Santiago. 



14 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: APRIL 1, 1952 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Salary 



Bogota (E)--Continued 



(AA & Air A) 



Barranquilla (C) 
Cali (C) 



Buenaventura (CA) 
Medellin (C) - 



COLOMBIA- - Continued 

Lester Ziffren, public affairs officer — 

Merrill W. Abbey, att 

M. Gordon Brown, att 

Stewart G. Anderson, 2d sec. ; cons 

Albert K. Ludy, Jr., 2d sec. ; cons 

John E. Guiney, Jr., att 

Carl E. Moore, att 

J. William Henry, 2d sec. ; v. c 

William Kane, cons.; asst. att 

Richard F. Lankenau, 2d sec. ; v. c 

Williams Beal, 2d sec; v. c 

Max V. Krebs, 2d sec; v. c 

Givon Parsons, v. c.;asst. att 

Michael A. DeMarco, asst. att 

Edwara P. Kardas, v. c 

Lewis Marion White, 3d sec ; v. c 

Jeanne M. Gauthier, admin, asst 

Lt. Col. Leland R. Drake, army att --■ 
Lt. Col. William F. Duncan, air att. ^ --- 
Capt. Robert D. MilhoUand, asst. air 

att. ' 
Capt. John A. Callahan, asst. air att. '-- 
1st Lt. Joe Richard Quintana, asst. air 

att. 1 



V. c 



San Jose (E) 



(AA, NA, & Air A)- 



' Assigned also 
Assigned also 
Assigned also 
Honduras. 

'Assigned also 

British Honduras; 

'Assigned also 



Douglas Flood, cons 
John W. Fisher, v. c 
Francois M. Dickman, 

Robert Janz, cons 

Hugh E. Veltman, v. c 

Bruno M. Trevino, v. c 

Robert R. Early, cons, agt 

William Clarke Vyse, cons 

William D. Broderick, v. c 

COSTA RICA 

Philip B. Fleming, A. E. and P 

Philip P. Williams, 1st sec; cons 

Edwara Livingston Tanner, att. ^ 

Frederick J. Cunningham, 2a sec. ; cons - 

Henry H. McGeorge, att 

Erwin W. Wendt, 2d sec. ; cons 

John B. Crume, 2a sec. ; cons 

Alex A. Cohen, att. ; cons 

Paul Bennett Carr, v. c 

Thomas Anthony Brady, v. c 

William Perry Steaman, Jr. , 2d sec. ; 
V. c 

Kenneth W. Vittetoe, v. c 

Gertrude W. Leonard, disbursing officer- 
Leona L. Kempalnen, aumln. asst 

Col. Samuel P. Walker, Jr., army att. ■- 
Capt. Alvord John Greenacre, naval att. 

anc. naval att. for air. ~ 
Col. Charles H. Deerwester, air att. ^ -- 
Lt. Comdr. Joseph Merit Tully, Jr., 

asst. naval att. and asst. naval att. for 

air. '■ 
Lt. Col. Theodore J. McAdam, asst. air 

att. ^ 
Capt. Manuel J. Chavez, asst. airatt.^-- 

to Caracas and Quito; resident in Caracas. 

to Managua and Panama. 

to Guatemala, Managua, San Salvador, and Tegucigalpa; army liaison officer at British 

to Guatemala, Managua, Mexico City, San Salvador, and Tegucigalpa; naval liaison officer at 
resident in Mexico City, 
to Guatemala, Managua, San Salvador, and Tegucigalpa. 



Dec. 29, 1951 


FSR-3 — 


5 9,130 


Feb. 11, 1952 


FSR-4 — 


8,463 


Jan. 21, 1950 


FSR-4 — - 


V,863 


Jan. 5, 1950 


FSO-4 --- 


7,563 


Mar. 30, 1950 


FSO-4 -- 


6,963 


Feb. 6, 1952 


FSS-6 -- 


6,681 


Nov. 1, 1951 


FSS-6 --- 


6,501 


Jan. 15, 1951 


FSO-5 — 


6,113 


Aug. 28, 1951 


FSS-7 — 


6,087 


Feb. 14, 1951 


FSO-5 — 


5,913 


Dec. 5, 1951 


FSO-5 -- 


5,913 


Dec. 8, 1949 


FSO-5 -- 


5,513 


Aug. 31, 1950 


FSS-8 --- 


5,493 


Apr. 26, 1951 


FSR-5 - — 


5,313 


Apr. 26, 1951 


FSS-9 --- 


5,259 


Nov. 15, 1951 


FSO-6 - — 


4,793 


Apr. 19, 1950 


FSS-9 — - 


4,719 


Dec. 8, 1950 






Dec. 5, 1949 






Feb. 13, 1951 






Feb. 15, 1951 






Dec. 21, 1949 






Oct. 13, 1951 


FSO-4 — 


8,463 


Dec. 4, 1950 


FSO-5 — 


5,313 


Nov. 26, 1951 


FSO-6 -- 


4,593 


Apr. 20, 1949 


FSO-3 -- 


9,130 


Feb. 29, 1952 


FSS-8 - — 


5,493 


Feb. 19, 1951 


FSS-11 -- 


3,927 


July 24, 1950 






Mar. 18, 1949 


FSO-4 — 


8,863 


Apr. 20, 1951 


FSO-6 — 


4,593 


Apr. 18, 1951 






May 1, 1951 


FSO-3 --- 


9,430 


Oct. 9, 1947 


FSS-3 - — 


8,961 


Nov. 17, 1948 


FSO-4 --- 


8,463 


Sept. 19, 1951 


FSR-4 --- 


7,563 


May 18, 1949 


FSO-4 — - 


7,263 


Feb. 5, 1952 


FSO-4 -- 


6,963 


Apr. 22, 1946 


FSS-6 --- 


6,501 


June 19, 1950 


FSS-7 --- 


6,087 


June 28, 1951 


FSS-8 --- 


5,907 


Mar. 6, 1950 


FSO-5 -- 


5,513 


Aug. 29, 1951 


FSS-9 --- 


5,079 


Feb. 10, 1945 


FSS-9 — - 


4,899 


Sept. 28, 1951 


FSS-9 — 


4,899 


Feb. 23, 1950 






June 2, 1950 






Mar. 16, 1950 






May 14, 1951 






June 7, 1951 






Aug. 4, 1950 







i'OSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



15 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Salary 



se (E)- -Continued 

lUito (CA) 

irt Lim6n (CA)--- 
intarenas (CA) — 

(E) — - 



A., NA, & Air A) 



maguey (CA) 

jua la Grange (CA)-- 
o de Cuba (C) 

tUla (CA) 



COSTA RICA-- Continued 



John G. Spiller, cons, agt 

Wallace B. Clark, cons, agt 

John J. Hand, cons, agt 

CUBA 

Willard L. Beaulac, A. E. and P 

Du Wayne G. Clark, couns. of emb. for 
econ. affairs. 

A. Ogden Pierrot, couns. of emb 

Paul J. Reveley, 1st sec. ; cons, gen 

Guy Louis Bush, att 

Earl T. Grain, 1st sec. ; cons 

Davids. Green, att 

Thomas Harold Englesby, att 

Irvin S. Lippe, att 

Chester E. Davis, att 

Jacob Canter, att 

Raymond Lee Harrell, att.^ 

Ben Zweig, cons 

Rudolph H. Gomez, att 

Robert J. McArdle, supervisor of constr- 

Richard C. Salvatierra, att 

Edwin M. Terrell, asst. att 

Edward C. Webster, Jr., cons 

Frederick D. Leatherman, asst. att 

John H. Marvin, cons 

Bertha M. Kendig, disbursing officer — 

Walter M. Bastian, Jr., asst. att 

Bruce R. Crooks, 2d sec. ; cons 

Jack R. Johnstone, asst. att 

William P. Robertson, v. c 

Raoul F. Washington, v. c 

Joseph E. Vargo, constr. asst 

Walter P. Houk, 2d sec. ; v. c 

Ramo'n S. Alfonzo, v. c 

George Varrelmann, asst. att 

Weikko A. Forsten, asst. att 

Henry Testman Andersen, v. c 

Nicholas Fortucci, v. c 

Henry W. Dodge, v. c 

Ben L. Stotts, v. c 

Clarlsse A. Dubreuil, admin, asst 

Robert K. Sherwood, 3d sec. ; v. c 

Helen L. Campi, personnel officer 

Lawrence H. Berlin, 3d sec. ; v. c 

Lt. Col. Vincent M. Elmore, Jr., army 

att. 
Comdr. Paul Brennan Ryan, naval att. 

and naval att. for air. 

Col. Robert J. Mason, air att. ^ 

Maj. William F. Pitts, asst. air att.^ --- 
Capt. Clarence G. Rarick, asst. air 

att. ^ 



Paul A. Tate, cons, agt ■ 
Eugene E. Jova, cons, agt 

Harry W. Story, cons 

Arthur W. Feldman, v. c 
Juan A. Reed, cons, agt ■ 



June 


U, 1949 


Nov. 


7, 1949 


Sept. 


7, 1948 



June 20, 1951 
Sept. 30, 1950 



Sept. 5 
Mar. 3 
Oct. 17 
Apr. 20 
Nov. 1 
June 13 
July 30 
Oct. 18 
Mar. 20 
Dec. 12 
Oct. 10 
Dec. 29 
Dec. 24 
Mar. 6 
Dec. 2 
July 12 
Nov. 23 
June 1 
Sept. 21 
Oct. 23 
Sept. 19 
June 22 
Feb. 13 
June 8 
Jan. 31 
Dec. 1 
Feb. 14 
Sept. 22 
Apr. 28 
Jan. 3 
Jan. 25 
Oct. 5 
July 17 
May 22 
Aug. 14 
Dec. 6 
Jan. 24 

Sept. 27, 

May 5 

Jan. 23 
June 29 
June 29 



1951 
1950 
1950 
1949 
1951 
1949 
1951 
1950 
1950 
1946 
1951 
1950 
1950 
1950 
1949 
1948 
1949 
1926 
1921 
1950 
1951 
1948 
1952 
1921 
1951 
1949 
1927 
1943 
1950 
1951 
1952 
1949 
1950 
1951 
1951 
1942 
1951 

1951 

1950 

1951 
1949 
1949 



Mar. 3, 1949 
July 1, 1921 
Feb. 27, 1918 
Sept. 27, 1951 
June 7, 1946 



FSO-CM 
FSO-2 — 

FSO-2 -- 
FSO-2 — 
FSS-1 — 
FSO-3 — 

FSS-2 -- 
FSS-3 -- 
FSS-2 — 
FSR-3 — 
FSS-3 -- 
FSS-3 -- 
FSS-4 -- 
FSS-5 — 
FSS-5 -- 
FSR-4 -- 
FSS-5 — 
FSS-6 — 
FSS-6 -- 
FSS-7 -- 
FSS-8 -- 
FSR-5 -- 
FSO-5 — 
FSS-8 — 
FSS-8 -- 
FSS-9 — 
FSS-8 -- 
FSO-5 — 
FSS-8 — 
FSS-8 — 
FSS-8 -- 
FSS-8 — 
FSS-8 -- 
FSS-9 — 
FSS-9 — 
FSS-9 — 
FSO-6 — 
FSS-9 — 
FSO-6 — 



FSS-7 
FSS-9 



511,850 

11,850 
11, 130 
11,130 
9,730 
9,710 
9,441 
9,230 
9,130 
8,961 
8,721 
7,929 
7,875 
7,275 
7,263 
7,095 
6,861 
6,861 
6,447 
6,213 
6.113 
5,913 
5,673 
5,673 
5,619 
5,493 
5,313 
5,313 
5,313 
5,313 
5,313 
5,313 
4,899 
4,899 
4,899 
4,793 
4,719 
4,393 



6,447 
5,259 



m 



igned also to Bogota, Caracas, Guatemala, Managua, Mexico City, Panama, San Jose, San Salvador, 

gucigalpa. 

igned also to Port-au-Prince. 

igned also to Ciudad Trujillo and Port-au-Prince. 



16 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: APRIL 1, 1952 



Post 



Praha (E) 



(AA & Air A) 



Copenhagen (Kobenhavn) 
(E). 



(AA, NA, & Air A) 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Godthaab (C) 



CZECHOSLOVAKIA 

Ellis O. Briggs, A. E. and P --- 

Tyler Thompson, couns. of emb 

Edward J. Thomas, att 

Spencer M. King, 1st sec. ; cons 

Christopher A. Squire, 3d sec. ; v. c 

Lt. Col. George L. Atwood, army att -- 
Col. Theodore Henry Erb, air att 

DENMARK 

Eugenie Anderson, A. E. and P 

Harold Shantz, couns. of emb 

Charles P. O'DonneU, 1st sec; cons -- 

John O. Bell, couns. of emb 

Howard Trivers, 1st sec. ; cons 

WiUiam G. Roll, att 

Cecil Viggo Albertson, att 

George W. Caldwell, Jr., att. (MSA)— - 

Edward Perrin Dobyns, att 

Michael Weyl, att 

William R. Duggan, 2d sec. ; cons ■ 

Brooks McClure, att 

VirgU M. Elliott, v. c 

Guy Oliver Long, asst. att 

Hedin Bronner, att 

William C. George, 2d sec. ; cons 

Henry Niels Rann, disbursing officer 

Edelen Fogarty, asst. att 

John M. Kolbjornsen, v. c 

Lois M. Unger, v. c 

Herbert I. Goodman, 3d sec. ; v. c 

Harvey Frans Nelson, Jr. , 3d sec. ; v. c- 

Col. Raymond L. Cato, army att 

Capt. Robert Green Lockhart, naval att. 

and naval att. for air. 
Col. George L. Wertenbaker, air att. ^ -- 
Lt. Col. Charles A. Reinhard, asst. 

army att. 
Lt. Comdr. Charles Arthur Taylor, Jr. , 

asst. naval att. and asst. naval att. 

for air. 
Lt. Col. George R. Rew, asst. air att.^ - 
Maj. Herbert J. Rogers, asst. air att. ^ - 
Capt. William E. Moelich, asst. air att - 

(Greenland) 

Donald A. Lewis, v. c 



Ciudad TrujiUo (E) 



DOMINICAN REPUBLIC 

Ralph H. Ackerman, A. E. and P -- 

William Belton, 1st sec. ; cons 

Stanley G. Slavc-ns, 2d sec. ; cons --- 

Richard M. Barr, att 

Allen H. Lester, asst. att 

Girvan TeaU, cons 

Wendell W. Woodbury, 2d sec. ; v. c 
Giles W. Tripp, econ. officer 



(NA & Air A) Lt. Comdr. Howard CampbeH Gilmer. 

naval att. and naval att. for air. 

Col. Robert J. Mason, air att.'^ 

Maj. William F. Pitts, asst. air att. ^ --- 
Capt. Clarence G. Rarick, asst. air att.^ 

^ Assigned also to and resident in Stockholm. 
Assigned also to Habana and Port-au-Prince; resident in Habana. 



Sept 


1, 


1949 


Mar 


22, 


1950 


Dec. 


12. 


1951 


Nov. 


16, 


1951 


July 


31, 


1951 


Aug. 


28, 


1950 


Sept. 


26, 


1951 



FSO-CM - 
FSO-1 — 
FSS-3 - — 
FSO-4 — 
FSO-6 — 



Oct. 20 


1949 




Oct. 5 


1949 


FSO-1 


Aug. 31, 


1950 


FSO-2 


Dec. 10, 


1951 


FSO-2 


June 27, 


1950 


FSR-3 


Sept. 17, 


1947 


FSS-3 


July 9, 


1951 


FSR-3 


Aug. 5, 


1946 


FSS-4 


Feb. 14, 


1951 


FSS-4 


May 6, 


1950 


FSR-4 


Aug. 7, 


1950 


FSO-4 


Mar. 29, 


1951 


FSR-4 


Aug. 31, 


1948 


FSS-6 


Oct. 3, 


1949 


FSS-6 


June 7, 


1951 


FSS-6 


May 29, 


1951 


FSO-5 


Apr. 11, 


1946 


FSS-7 


Mar. 23, 


1951 


FSS-8 


May 27, 


1949 


FSS-9 


Jan. 13, 


1949 


FSS-9 


Jan. 29, 


1951 


FSO-6 


Nov. 15, 


1951 


FSO-6 



Oct. 16, 1951 
Dec. 28, 1950 

Apr. 21, 1950 
Dec. 20, 1950 



Sept. 12 


, 1951 


May 22 


1951 


Feb. 13 


1951 


Dec. 6 


1950 


July 14, 


1950 


May 22, 


1948 


Dec. 20, 


1948 


Feb. 26, 


1951 


Nov. 8, 


1951 


Nov. 19, 


1951 


Oct. 6, 


1950 


Feb. 7, 


1952 


Oct. 25, 


1949 


Feb. 21, 


1952 


Jan. 23, 


1951 


June 29, 


1949 


Oct. 18, 


1949 



FSS-7 



FSO-CM - 




FSO-3 - — 


9,430 


FSO-4 - — 


8,463 


FSR-4 — 


7,863 


FSS-8 — 


6,213 


FSS-8 — 


5,673 


FSO-5 - — 


5,313 


FSS-9 -- 


4,719 







J 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



17 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Salary 



ad Trujlllo (E)-- 
mtinuea. 

La Romana (CA) 

Puerto Libertador (CA)- 



)(E) 



;aA & Air A) 



iquil (CG) 



(E) 



DOMINICAN REPUBLIC- -Continued 



Harry Gabriel Godley, cons, agt 

Victor C. MacMillan, cons, agt 

ECUADOR 

Paul C. Daniels, A. E. and P 

John N. Hamlin, couns. of emb 

Warren H. McKenney, att. ^ 

RoyceA. Wight, att 

Linton L. Barrett, att 

Marvin A. Derrick, att 

William G. Rogers, att 

Norman E. Warner, 2d sec. ; v. c 

Richard H. Courtenaye, 2d sec. ; v. c -- 

Col. Herbert B. Enderton, army att --- 
Lt. Col. William F. Duncan, air att. ^-- 
Capt. Robert D. Milholland, asst. air 

att. ^ 
Capt. John A. Callahan, asst. air att. ^- 
Ist Lt. Joe Richard Quintana, asst. air 

att. ' 



Paul W. Meyer, cons, gen — 
Robert A. Stevenson, cons — 
Frederick D. Sharp, 3d, cons 

John S. Dougherty, v. c 

Raymond E. Gonzalez, v. c - 
Howard E. Shetterly, v. c -- 



EGYPT 



Jefferson Caffery, A. E. and P 

William E. F. Conrad, att. (UNRWA) 

Frederick H. Sacksteder, att 

Gordon H. Mattison, couns. of emb 

Charles Robert Payne, 1st sec -- 

Ralph B. Curren, 1st sec. ; cons. ^ 

Harvey A. Buffalo, att 

Randalls. Williams, Jr., couns. of emb. 
for econ. affairs. 

William C. Bourne, att 

Joseph S. Sparks, 1st sec; cons - - 

Perry Ellis, 1st sec. ; cons 

Jasper Yeates Brinton, att 

Paul S. Lunt, att." 

Jay George Diamond, att 

Robert Jay Halliday, att - — 

Burtt F. McKee, Jr., att 

WiUiam Henry Weathersby, att 

Roberts. Black, att 

Keith E. Adamson, att 

John Barnes Riordan, att 

Jack Arnold Herfurt, asst. att 

Lucile Dudgeon, att 

J. Wesley Adams, Jr., 2d sec. ; cons — 

LaMar D. Mulliner, cons 

William C. Lakeland, 2d sec. ; cons 

Herbert M. Hooker, att - 

Michael Oleyar, Jr., asst. att.^ 



Nov. 5, 1947 
June 26, 1947 



Apr. 19, 
May 10, 
June 5, 
Jan. 14, 
June 11, 
Aug. 20, 
Nov. 1, 
Oct. 22, 
Nov. 8, 



1951 
1950 
1950 
1951 
1951 
1951 
1950 
1951 
1950 



Sept. 12, 1951 
Jan. 13, 1950 
Feb. 13, 1951 

Feb. 15, 1951 
Dec. 21, 1949 



Mar. 20, 1951 
Feb. 27, 1950 
Sept. 11, 1951 
Apr. 26, 1950 
Nov. 20, 1951 
Mar. 4, 1950 



July 9, 
Sept. 21, 
Feb. 15, 
May 13, 
Apr. 23, 
Dec. 23, 
Mar. 28, 
Nov. 1, 



1949 
1951 
1951 
1950 
1951 
1944 
1950 
1950 



Oct. 

Sept. 

Mar. 

Dec. 

Apr. 

May 

Sept. 

Aug. 

Feb. 

Sept. 

July 

Mar. 

June 

July 

Feb. 

Dec. 

Apr. 

June 

July 



10, 1951 
16, 1950 

3, 1952 
27, 1948 

2, 1951 

16, 1951 

4, 1951 
15, 1951 

18, 1951 
4, 1948 

26, 1949 

6, 1951 

1, 1951 

17, 1950 
20, 1950 

7, 1950 
12, 1951 

2, 1947 

19, 1950 



FSO-CM - 




FSO-2 — 


$11,130 


FSS-2 — 


10, 250 


FSS-4 — 


8,169 


FSR-4 — - 


7,863 


FSS-7 — - 


6,807 


FSS-7 -- 


5,907 


FSO-5 - — 


5,713 


FSO-5 --- 


5,313 


FSO-2 - — 


11,850 


FSO-4 — - 


6,963 


FSO-4 — - 


6,963 


FSS-8 -- 


5,313 


FSO-6 — 


4,793 


FSS-9 — 


4,719 



FSO-CM • 
FSR-2 — 
FSR-2 -- 
FSO-2 — 
FSR-2 — 
FSO-3 --■ 
FSS-1 --- 
FSO-3 — - 

FSR-3 -- 
FSO-3 -- 
FSO-3 --- 
FSR-3 --- 
FSR-4 -- 
FSS-4 --- 
FSS-3 --- 
FSR-4 --- 
FSR-4 --- 
FSR-4 --- 
FSR-4 --- 
FSS-4 - — 
FSS-4 — - 
FSS-5 --- 
FSO-4 - — 
FSS-5 — 
FSO-4 --- 
FSS-6 - — 
FSS-6 --- 



Rio de Janeiro, and Santiago. 



11,850 
11,500 
11,130 
11, 130 
10, 330 
9,950 
9,430 

9,430 
9,130 
9,130 
9,130 
8,763 
8,649 
8,481 
8,463 
8,163 
7,863 
7,863 
7,689 
7,689 
7,455 
7,263 
7,095 
6,963 
6,861 
6,501 



signed also to Bogota, Buenos Aires, Lima, Montevideo, 

signed also to Bogota and Caracas; resident in Caracas. 

signed also to Addis Ababa, Ankara, Athens, Baghdad, Beirut, Damascus, Jerusalem, Jidda, Kabul 

n, and Tel Aviv. 

signed to Egypt (including Anglo- Egyptian Sudan), Lebanon, and Syria. 

signed also to all posts in Afghanistan, Africa, Canary Islands, Ceylon, Cyprus, Greece, India, Iran, 

Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Madagascar, Pakistan, Palestine, Saudi Arabia, and Turkey. 



18 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: APRIL 1, 1952 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Salar; 



Cairo (E)--Continued 



(AA, NA, & Air A) 



Alexanclria (CG) 



Port Said (C) 



San Salvador (E) 



EGYPT- -Continued 

Edward B. Hanson, asst. att 

Harry Clarkson Hill, asst. att 

Merritt M. Grant, v. c 

Charles B. Ferguson, asst. att. ^ 

Harry S. Maffett, gen. sers. officer 

Thomas Howard Peters, asst. att 

John Patrick Mulligan, asst. att. ^ 

Norman Wilson Getsinger, asst. att 

Patricia E. Russell, special asst. to pub- 
lic affairs officer. 

Glenn F. HaU, v. c 

Kathleen D. O'Shaughnessy, aamin. 

officer (TCA). 
Clarence J. Heissel, communications 

technician.^ 
Carrie Elizabeth Dreibelbies, asst. att -- 

Robert Simpson, 2d sec. ; v. c 

Albert C. Fox, asst. att.* _ 

John C. Grover, Jr. , courier ser. 
supervisor. 

Carroll F. Conover, asst. att 

Eunice Taylor, sec 

Alan W. Rockwell, asst. att 

Myles Standish, 3d, v. c - 

Lt. Col. Russell W. Jenna, army att 
Capt. Harry Warner Baltazzi, naval att. 

and naval att. for air. 

Col. Joseph A. L. Greco, air att. ^ 

Lt. Col. Hugh W. McClary, asst. army 

att. 
Comdr. Thomas J. Lewis, asst. naval 

att. and asst. naval att. for air. 
Lt. Comdr. Robert William Savage, asst. 

naval att. and asst. naval att. for air.'^ 
Lt. Comdr. Edwin Bonner House, asst. 

naval att. and asst. naval att. for air. 
Lt. Dan Gaston Frank, asst. naval att - 
Lt. John Franklin Hill, asst. naval att. 

and asst. naval att. for air. 
Lt. Col. David L. Evans, asst. air att. 5 
Maj. Robert W. Stewart, asst. air att. '- 



William D. Wright, cons, gen 
Thomas Ley Alexander, cons 

John W. Waltz, v. c 

Philo Dibble, v. c 

Edwin M. Harbordt, v. c 

Elizabeth Randies, v. c 

Julia Louise Wooster, v. c 

Ellis A. Johnson, cons 

Leo William Shoemaker, v. c • 

EL SALVADOR 



George P. Shaw, A. E. and P 

Andrew E. Donovan, 2d, 1st sec. ; cons 
Joseph A. Silberstein, 2d sec. ; cons --■ 
Frederick L. Royt, asst. att.; v. c --• 

Harry L. Hamlette, att 

Thane A. Kuhlman, asst. att 



Dec. 

Dec. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Mar. 

June 

Aug. 

Apr. 

Jan. 



3, 1949 

7, 1950 
3, 1951 

8, 1951 
3, 1952 
6, 1951 

16, 1949 
13, 1950 
25, 1952 



May 5, 1950 
Sept. 28, 1951 



FSR-5 
FSS-7 
FSS-7 
FSS-7 
FSS-7 . 
FSR-5 
FSS-7 ■ 
FSS-7 ■ 
FSS-7 ■ 

FSS-8 ■ 
FSS-8 - 



July 1, 1951 FSS-8 



Oct. 3, 1951 
Sept. 26, 1950 
May 12, 1950 
Sept. 13, 1950 

July 12, 1948 
July 19, 1949 
Mar. 22, 1951 
Nov. 3, 1950 

Oct. 23, 1950 
July 26, 1950 

Aug. 5, 1950 
Sept. 25, 1951 

May 29, 1951 

Feb. 11, 1949 

Mar. 9, 1951 

June 7, 1951 
Oct. 17, 1951 

Aug. 7, 1951 
Dec. 16, 1949 

June 20, 1951 
Oct. 1, 1951 
Mar. 7, 1952 
June 29, 1949 
Nov. 9, 1951 
Sept. 10, 1951 
Mar. 17, 1950 
Sept. 16, 1948 
June 29, 1951 



FSS-9 
FSO-5 
FSS-8 
FSS-8 

FSS-9 . 
FSS-9 ■ 
FSS-9 • 
FSO-6 ■ 



FSR-2 - 
FSR-4 -- 
FSS-7 - 
FSS-8 -- 
FSO-5 -- 
FSS-8 -- 
FSS-8 -- 
FSS-5 -- 
FSS-11 - 



$6,11;' 
6,08^ 
6,08'; 
6, 08 1 
6,08i 
5, 91- 
5,90'i 
5,90'i 
5,90, 

5,673 
5,673 

5,493 

5,439 
5,313 
5,313 
5,313 

5,079 
4,719 
4,719 
4,593 



June 24, 1949 
Aug. 27, 1951 
June 18, 1948 
Feb. 2, 1951 
Sept. 28, 1950 
May 14, 1951 



FSO-1 
FSO-2 
FSO-4 
FSS-7 
FSS-7 
FSS-7 



11,500 
8,163 
5,907 
5,673 
5,513 
5,493 
5,313 
7,635 
3,927 



11, 130 
6,963 
6,267 
6,087 
5,907 



Assigned also to Aden, Anglo-Egyptian Sudan, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Iran, Iraq, Israel, Jordan Kenya 
Lebanon, Libya, Saudi Arabia, Syria, Tanganyika, Turkey, and Uganda ' ^ ' 

Assigned also to all posts in Afghanistan, Africa, Ceylon, Cyprus, India, Iran Iraa Israel Jordan 
I^banon, Madagascar, Pakistan, Palestine, Saudi Arabia, Syri^ Tukey, and Yemen ' ' 

4=f '!"^1 ^^° *° ^''"'^ ^''^^' Amman, Baghdad, Beirut, Damascus, Jidda, Tehran, Tel Aviv, and Tripoli 

Assigned also as asst. att. at Baghdad and Beirut; asst. consular att at Nicosia 
^Assigned also to Addis Ababa. 
^Resident in Port Said. 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



19 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Salary 



EL SALVADOR- -Continued 



Salvador (E)- Continued 
(AA, NA, & Air A) 



ara (C) 



s Ababa (E) 



;AA & Air A) ■ 



nki (L) 



John B. Young, 2d sec. ; v. c -- 
John Lamar Mills, 3d sec. ; v. c 



Col. Samuel P. Walker, Jr., army att.^ - 
Capt. Alvord John Greenacre, naval att. 

and naval att. for air. ' 
Col. Charles H. Deerwester, air att.^ -- 
Lt. Comdr. Joseph Merit TuUy, Jr., 

asst. naval att. and asst. naval att. 

for air. ■ 
Lt. Col. Theodore J. McAdam, asst. air 

att. 3 
Capt. Manuel J. Chavez, Jr., asst. air 

att. 3 

ERITREA ' 



Edward W. Mulcahy, cons 
Harrison L. Dick, v. c -• 



July 1, 1949 
Apr. 13, 1951 

Feb. 23, 1950 
June 2, 1950 

Mar. 16, 1950 
May 14, 1951 



June 7, 1951 
Aug. 4, 1950 



Feb. 18, 1950 
Nov. 1, 1951 



FSO-5 
FSO-6 



FSO-4 
FSS-9 



AA, NA, & Air A) 



Apr. 


19 


1951 


Sept 


29 


1951 


Mar 


7 


1952 


May 


2 


1947 


May 


1 


1950 


Mar 


29 


1951 


Dec. 


14 


1949 


Aug. 


5, 


1950 


Aug. 


7, 


1951 


Feb. 


14, 


1951 


Feb. 


2, 


1950 


Feb. 


13, 


1951 


Jan. 


6, 


1951 


Nov. 


3, 


1950 


Apr. 


11, 


1951 


July 


10, 


1950 


Feb. 


23, 


1951 


Jan. 


8, 


1952 


Dec. 


4, 


1950 


July 


16, 


1951 


Mar. 


24, 


1949 


Jan. 


4, 


1950 


June 


5, 


1951 


Feb. 


9, 


1950 


Oct. 


6, 


1949 


May 


4, 


1950 


Oct. 


28, 


1949 


Dec. 


20, 


1950 


Feb. 


21, 


1950 



FSO-CM - 
FSO-1 --- 
FSO-3 --- 
FSO-3 --- 
FSR-4 --- 
FSO-4 --- 
FSR-4 --- 
FSR-4 --- 
FSS-6 --- 
FSS-7 --- 
FSO-5 --- 
FSO-5 --- 
FSS-9 --- 
FSS-9 --- 



5,313 
4,393 



6,963 
5,259 



FSO-CM - 




FSO-3 --- 


9,730 


FSS-4 --- 


7,689 


FSS-6 --- 


6,861 


FSR-5 - — 


6,713 


FSO-6 --- 


4,593 







ESTONIA 

Legation at Tallinn closed. 

ETHIOPIA 

J. Rives Childs, A. E. and P 

Richard D. Gatewood, 1st sec. ; cons 

John W. Kirkland, att 

Glen W. Russ, att 

Edward C. Jandy, att 

H. Earle Russell, Jr., 3d sec. ; v. c 

Lt. Col. Leo J. Query, army att 

Col. Joseph A. L. Greco, air att. ^ 

Lt. Col. David L. Evans, asst. air att.' - 
Maj. Robert W. Stewart, asst. air att. '- 

FINLAND 

John M. Cabot, E. E. and M. P - 

Frances E. Willis, couns. of leg 

H. Bartlett Wells, 1st sec; cons 

Davie G. Wilson, Jr., 1st sec 

John W. Lunci, att 

William Barnes, 2d sec. ; cons 

Harold L. Bigler, att --- 

Lester R. Ott, att 

Tuure Tenander, att 

John E. Crawford, asst. att 

G. Alonzo Stanford, 2a sec. ; v. c 

WiUiam H. Witt, 2d sec. ; v. c 

John Koval, courier ser. supervisor 

Fred Hajjar, asst. att 

Col. Bernard B. McMahon, army att 
Capt. Robert Ward Cooper, naval att. 

and naval att. for air. 

Maj. Howard T. Van de Car, air att 

Lt. Col. Gordon C. Jones, asst. army att 
Maj. Leo John Dulacki, asst. naval att. 

and asst. naval att. for air. 

isigned also to Guatemala, Managua, San Jose', and Tegucigalpa; army liaison officer at British 
iras. 

isigned also to Guatemala, Mexico City, San Jos^, and Tegucigalpa; naval liaison officer at British 

iras; resident in Mexico City. 

isigned also to Guatemala, Managua, San Jos^, and Tegucigalpa. 

ider British military administration until federated with Ethiopia in September 1952. 

isigned also to Cairo. 



12, 800 
9,730 
9,130 
8, 163 
7,563 
7,563 
7,563 
6,681 
5,907 
5,313 
5,313 
5,079 
4,719 



^\J 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: APRIL 1, 1952 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Helsinki (L)-- Continued 
(AA, NA, & Air A)- 
Continued. 



Paris (E) 



FINLAND- -Continued 

Capt. Theodore C. Pippin, Jr., asst. air 

att. 
Capt. Sidney G. Smith, asst. air att 

FRANCE AND POSSESSIONS, etc. 

(France) 

James Clement Dunn, A. E. and P 

James W. Riddleberger, pol. adviser 

(MSA). 
Cecil Wayne Gray, couns. of emb. ; cons, 
gen. 

Robert H. Thayer, att 

Philip W. Bonsai, couns. of emb. with 
personal rank of minister. 

Charles Morris Hulten, att 

Philip D. Sprouse, 1st sec. ; cons 

Douglas MacArthur, 2d, couns. of emb. 

(NATO). 
G. Frederick Reinhardt, couns. of emb. 

(NATO War Coll.). 
Graham Anderson Martin, couns. of emb- 

William R. Tyler, couns. of emb -- 

Robert P. Terrill, 1st sec -- 

Omer W. Herrmann, att 

Paul Birdsall, att 

George L. Bell, att 

Morrill Cody, att 

Thomas T. Carter, att. ^ 

Charles A. Thomson, couns. of emb. for 
UNESCO affairs. 

Lawrence S. Morris, att 

Woodruff Wallner, 1st sec. ; cons 

Rufus H. Lane, Jr., 1st sec. ; cons 

Robert Newbegin, 1st sec. ; cons. (MDAP) 

Gerald M. Mayer, att 

Jeffries Wyman, att 

Frederick Allen Motz, att. '' 

Eldon L. Bailey, att.^ 

William Charles Buell, att -- - 

William O. Vanderburg, engineer (MSA) - 

Roberto. Cleveland, 1st sec; cons 

Olaf Francis Sundt, att 

Sidney B. Jacques, att 

R. Douglas Smith, att 

Richard Eldridge, att - 

Alan B. Jacobs, regional constr. super- 
visor. 
Landreth M. Harrison, 1st sec. ; cons -- 

George T. Moody, att 

Gustavus Tuckerman, att 

William A. Underwood, asst. legal couns. 

(DMPA). 
William Pinyard Richmond, Jr., att." --- 

Carlisle C. Mclvor, att. (MSA) 

John L. Brown, att 

Edward Calhoun Crouch, att 

Homer Weathers Lanford, att. ^ 

Lee B. Blanchard, att 

William Kor en, Jr., 1st sec. ; cons 



Dec. 9, 1949 
Feb. 16, 1951 



Mar. 13, 
Sept. 4, 



1952 
1950 



July 28, 1948 

Feb. 2, 1951 
Sept. 3, 1950 

Aug. 29, 1951 
June 17, 1950 
Feb. 16, 1951 

Oct. 3, 1951 



Mar. 24, 
July 28, 
Nov. 1, 
June 1, 
Aug. 26, 
Sept. 3, 
Sept. 29, 
Oct. 18, 
Nov. 30, 

Aug. 23, 
July 21, 
June 28, 
July 19, 
Sept. 6, 
Feb. 1, 
Dec. 8, 
Oct. 4, 
Oct. 4, 
Mar. 6, 
Oct. 29, 
Sept. 4, 
July 22, 
Dec. 28, 
Oct. 16, 
Dec. 1, 



1947 
1948 
1948 
1951 
1949 
1949 
1950 
1950 
1950 

1951 
1948 
1950 
1951 
1951 
1952 
1948 
1950 
1950 
1951 
1948 
1947 
1950 
1951 
1944 
1946 



Feb. 1, 1949 
Aug. 20, 1951 
Oct. 1, 1951 
Feb. 29, 1952 

Aug. 19, 1950 
Dec. 20, 1950 
Nov. 12, 1949 
May 15, 1950 
July 29, 1951 
Jan. 15, 1951 
May 24, 1948 



FSO-CM - 
FSO-CM - 

FSO-1 --- 

FSR-1 - — 
FSO-1 — - 

FSR-1 --- 
FSO-1 - — 
FSO-1 - — 

FSO-1 — 

FSR-1 — 
FSR-1 - — 
FSR-1 — - 
FSR-1 --- 
FSR-2 --- 
FSR-2 --- 
FSR-2 — - 
FSR-2 --- 
FSR-2 --- 

FSR-2 --- 
FSO-2 --- 
FSO-2 --- 
FSO-2 --- 
FSR-2 --- 
FSR-2 -- 
FSS-1 -- 
FSS-1 -- 
FSS-1 -- 
FSS-1 -- 
FSO-3 -- 
FSS-1 -- 
FSS-2 -- 
FSS-2 -- 
FSS-1 -- 
FSS-1 -- 

FSO-3 -- 
FSR-3 -- 
FSa-3 -- 
FSR-3 -- 

FSS-2 --• 
FSS-2 -- 
FSR-3 -- 
FSS-2 --■ 
FSS-2 — - 
FSS-3 --- 
FSO-3 --- 



^Assigned also to Bern, Brussels, Lisbon, Luxembourg, and Madrid 
Assigned also to Algiers, Ankara, Athens, Berlin, Bern, Brussels, Cairo, Copenhagen, Dublin, Helsinki, 
Lisbon, London, Madrid, Oslo, Rome, Stockholm, Tangier, The Hague, Tripoli, Tunis, and Vienna. 

Assigned also to Bern, Brussels, Copenhagen, Dublin, Frankfort on the Main, Geneva, Helsinki, Lisbon 
London, Luxembourg, Madrid, Oslo, Rome, Stockholm, The Hague, and Vienna 

Assigned also to Ankara, Athens, Belfast, Belgrade, Bern, Brussels, Cairo, Copenhagen, Dublin, 
Frankfort on the Main, Jerusalem, Lisbon, London, Luxembourg, Madrid, Oslo, Rome, Stockholm, The 
Hague, Trieste, and Vieima. 

5 Assigned also to Lisbon and Madrid. 



POSTS OF ASSIGKMENT 



21 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Salary 



(E)- -Continued 



FRANCE AND POSSESSIONS, etc. --Continued 
( France) - -Continued 



Rupert A. Lloyd, 1st sec. ; cons 

John E. Utter, 1st sec. ; cons 

William A. Crawford, 1st sec. ; cons 

Robert M. Brandin, 1st sec. ; cons 

Harry Conover, 1st sec. ; cons 

H. Gardner Ainsworth, 1st sec. ; cons --• 

George L. Picard, att 

Abram E. Manell, att 

Irving Jack Fasteau, att 

Monroe McCown, att 

Edwin A. Willard, att 

Manuel Sanchez, att.^ 

John Felix Sturm, dep. regional super- 
visor . 

John R. Wood, cons. ; att 

Joseph Francis Done Ian, Jr., att 

Horace Jacobs Nickels, att 

Charles Grey, att 

Gardner B. MacPherson, asst. att 

Kenyon C. Bolton, att 

Simon J. Copans, att 

Robert R. Cunningham, att.; v. c 

Elias Alfred McQuaid, att 

Paul C. Child, att -- 

Agnes E. Schneider, cons. ; att 

William S. Patten, program coordinator 
(MDAP). 

Paul H. Green, att.^ 

Alex Theodore Prengel, att 

Robert A. Clark, Jr., att 

Marshall Haseltine, att 

Stephen J. Campbell, att 

Mary P. Parsons, att 

Elmer S. Dorsay, att 

FredC. Snider, att. -' 

Thomas Franklin Bland, att 

Juana AUraum Vogt, att 

David G. Nes, 2d sec. ; cons 

R. Clyde Larkin, cons 

Frank D. Taylor, econ. officer 

Leonard James Eyges, att 

Joseph A. Degenhardt, v. c 

John G. Hrones, cons 

FranqoiseG. Queneau, att 

Leopold J. LeClair, asst. att 

Ward Bryan Chamberlin, Jr. , atty. ; 
adviser (DMPA). 

Keirn C. Brown, att. (MDAP)^ 

Stanley M. Clevelana, 2d sec. ; cons 

Martin Florian Herz, 2d sec. ; cons 

William D. Fisher, 2d sec. ; cons. (MSA) 

Mary Vance Trent, 2d sec. ; cons 

Quentin R. Bates, 2d sec. ; cons 

Herbert D. Spivack, 2d sec, cons 

Walter A. Jasiorkowski, att 

Natalie C. Grant, pol. analyst 

Frederick R. Mangold, asst. att 

Owen D. Johnson, att 

Arthur B. Scharff, budget and fiscal 
officer. 

Neil Carney McManus, att.' 

Willis Bryant Collins, Jr., veterans 
affairs officer. 



May 26, 


1949 


Nov. 23, 


1949 


Apr. 14, 


1950 


July 18, 


1950 


Mar. 23, 


1951 


Aug. 6, 


1951 


July 28, 


1948 


Nov. 17, 


1950 


Mar. 1, 


1948 


Dec. 6, 


1949 


Apr. 25, 


1951 


June 25, 


1945 


May 24, 


1947 


Aug. 29, 


1944 


Jan. 3, 


1952 


July 23, 


1951 


Oct. 21, 


1944 


Aug. 1, 


1949 


June 6, 


1949 


July 1, 


1946 


Oct. 13, 


1949 


June 5, 


1948 


Sept. 15, 


1948 


Oct. 25, 


1944 


Nov. 20, 


1944 


July 25, 


1950 


July 21, 


1951 


Sept. 2, 


1951 


Nov. 15, 


1951 


Feb. 6, 


1952 


Oct. 21, 


1948 


Sept. 16, 


1950 


July 18, 


1951 


Sept. 18, 


1950 


Sept. 29, 


1950 


Sept. 2, 


1950 


Nov. 18, 


1949 


Apr. 22, 


1950 


Jan. 16, 


1952 


Dec. 4, 


1944 


Dec. 29, 


1944 


Dec. 28, 


1950 


Aug. 31, 


1948 


Mar. 3, 


1952 


Apr. 22, 


1951 


Aug. 2, 


1949 


Apr. 18, 


1950 


June 28, 


1950 


June 28, 


1950 


June 30, 


1950 


Nov. 17, 


1950 


Aug. 17, 


1951 


Mar. 24, 


1945 


Jan. 6, 


1951 


Feb. 4, 


1947 


Mar. 18, 


1949 


July 25, 


1950 


Oct. 4, 


1950 



FSO-3 --- 


$ 9, 130 


FSO-3 — - 


9,130 


FSO-3 — - 


9,130 


FSO-3 - — 


9,130 


FSO-3 -- 


9,130 


FSO-3 -- 


9,130 


FSR-3 — 


9,130 


FSR-3 — - 


9,130 


FSS-3 — - 


8,961 


FSS-3 — 


8,961 


FSR-4 --- 


8,763 


FSS-4 --- 


8,649 


FSS-4 — - 


8,649 


FSS-3 --- 


8,481 


FSS-3 --- 


8,481 


FSR-4 — - 


8,463 


FSS-4 - — 


8,169 


FSS-4 --- 


8,169 


FSR-4 --- 


8, 163 


FSS-4 --- 


7,929 


FSS-4 --- 


7,929 


FSR-4 --- 


7,863 


FSR-4 - — 


7,863 


FSS-4 - — 


7,689 


FSS-4 -- 


7,689 


FSS-4 — - 


7,689 


FSS-4 - — 


7,689 


FSS-4 — 


7,689 


FSS-4 -- 


7,689 


FSS-4 — 


7,689 


FSR-4 --- 


7,563 


FSS-5 - — 


7,455 


FSS-6 — 


7,401 


FSS-5 -- 


7,275 


FSS-5 -- 


7,275 


FSO-4 - — 


7,263 


FSR-4 --- 


7,263 


FSR-4 --- 


7,263 


FSR-4 --- 


7,263 


FSS-5 — - 


7,263 


FSS-5 --- 


7,263 


FSS-6 -- 


7,221 


FSS-5 — 


7,095 


FSS-5 --- 


7,095 


FSS-6 - — 


7,041 


FSO-4 --- 


6,963 


FSO-4 — - 


6,963 


FSO-4 --- 


6,963 


FSO-4 -- 


6,963 


FSO-4 -- 


6,963 


FSO-4 -- 


6,963 


FSR-4 - — 


6,963 


FSS-6 --- 


6,681 


FSS-6 --- 


6,681 


FSS-6 - — 


6,501 


FSS-6 -- 


6,501 


FSS-6 -- 


6,501 


FSS-6 - — 


6,501 



signed also to Brussels, Luxembourg, and The Hague. 

signed also to Athens, Belgrade, Berlin, Bern, Brussels, Bucharest, Budapest, Copenhagen, Dublin, 
fort on the Main, Gibraltar, Godthaab, Helsinki, Lisbon, London, Luxembourg, Madrid, Moscow, Oslo, 
Delgada, Praha, Reykjavik, Rome, Stockholm, Tenerife, The Hague, Trieste, Vienna, and Warsaw. 



22 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: APRIL 1, 1952 



Post 



Paris (E)- -Continued 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



FRANCE AND POSSESSIONS, etc. --Continued 



( France) - - Continued 



Dorothy May Anderson, att.' 

Robert C. Haney, att - - 

Randolph Dickins, Jr., gen. sers. officer 

Lillie Levine, personnel technician 

Irving Silverman, asst. att 

Mary Margaret Craig, veterans affairs 

officer. 
WiUiam Washington Smith, procurement 

and supply officer. 
Marvin L. Burkholder, veterans affairs 
officer. 

O. Willard Holloway, librarian 

James G. McCargar, 2d sec. ; v. c 

James A. Hulbert, librarian -- 

Wilfred P. Allard, asst. att 

Maurice Trout, att. ^ 

William B. DeGrace, att 

Louis A. Gallo, veterans affairs officer - 
Henry Hunt McKee, veterans affairs of- 
ficer. 
Harris H. Ball, courier ser. supervisor - 

Donald L. Woolf, asst. att 

Ruth A. Lovell, personnel asst 

St. John Anthony Bargas, veterans 

affairs officer. 
Thomas Venturini, veterans affairs 
officer. 

Benjamin C. Bradlee, asst. att 

Theodore R. Jaeckel, asst. att 

Frederick W. Flott, Jr., v. c 

John D. Philipsborn, asst. att 

Juan L. Gorrell, asst. att --- 

Frank A. De Lisio, bldg. supt 

Florence Palmer, att 

Darthea Speyer, asst. att 

WiUiam V. Of/en, asst. att. (SHAPE) 

Ulay K. Wise, veterans affairs officer -- 

Roberts. Hill, 2d sec. ; v. c --- 

Curtis P. Fields, Jr., asst. att -- 

Thomas J. Jennings, asst. public affairs 
officer. 

Herschel H. Helm, Jr., att. "^ 

Joseph Jacob Bezjian, att.^ 

Alfred D. Frazier, courier 

Frank E. Phillips, courier 

Joseph A. Pancamo, courier ser. 
supervisor. 

R. John Bay, asst. att 

Elizabeth Lee Engoahl, v. c 

Steven Kline, 2d sec. ; v. c -- 

Charles C. Adams, Jr., 2d sec. ; v. c -- 

Jean V. Smith, v. c '--. 

Thomas J. Hester, Jr., admin, asst 

Bernice T. Jones, v. c 

John R. McCarthy, asst. att 

Walter M. Masters, v. c -~ 

Penelope i^oyall, librarian -- 

Dale K. Betts, aomin. asst. (MDAP) --- 
Harryet E. Willis, econ. asst. (MDAP) - 

Bruce W. Forbes, v. c 

Howard L. Walker, Jr., v. c 

Rose E. Hoffman, sec 

Jesse D. Dean, 3d sec 
Robert Francis Griggs 



Feb. 9, 1951 
Feb. 21, 1951 
Apr. 13, 1951 
Nov. 29, 1950 
July 17, 1951 
Nov. 29, 1950 

Jan. 20, 1952 

Dec. 27, 1950 

Mar. 4, 1951 
July 1, 1950 
May 31, 1951 
Oct. 13, 1948 
July 23, 1950 
Oct. 9, 1950 
Dec. 21, 1950 
Jan. U, 1951 

Mar. 26, 1951 
May 4, 1951 
Sept. 11, 1951 
1951 



FSS-6 --- 
FSS-6 --- 
FSS-6 --- 
FSS-7 --- 
FSR-5 --- 
FSS-7 — 

FSS-7 --- 

FSS-8 - — 



Dec. 12, 
July 18, 



1951 



May 
July 
Apr. 



1951 
1951 
1947 



n, 

17, 
8, 

June 17, 1949 
Dec. 30, 1950 
Aug. 26, 1944 
Sept. 21, 1944 
Feb. 16, 1950 
May 14, 1951 
Dec. 3, 1951 
June 26, 1951 
Aug. 10, 1951 
Jan. 29, 1952 

July 25, 1950 
July 26, 1950 
Sept. 12, 1949 
Nov. 8, 1951 
June 12, 1950 



; v. c 

veterans adviser- 



Sept. 8, 1950 
Dec. 17, 1951 
Mar. 29, 1950 
Mar. 7, 1951 
Feb. 27, 1945 
Dec. 12, 1949 
Aug. 14, 1950 
Mar. 14, 1951 
Aug. 8, 1950 
Oct. 2, 1944 
July 1, 1946 
Apr. 21, 1950 
June 15, 1950 
Aug. 15, 1951 
Mar. 10, 1952 
Mar. 8, 1952 
May 21, 1947 



FSS-8 -- 
FSO-5 --■ 
FSR-5 -- 
FSS-7 — 
FSS-7 --- 
FSS-7 -- 
FSS-7 -- 
FSS-7 --- 

FSS-7 --- 
FSS-7 --- 
FSS-7 — - 
FSS-7 — 

FSS-8 --- 

FSR-5 — - 
FSR-5 --- 
FSS-7 --- 
FSS-Y --- 
FSS-7 - — 
FSS-8 --- 
FSS-8 --- 
FSS-8 --- 
FSS-8 - — 
FSS-8 --- 
FSO-5 --- 
FSR-5 --- 
FSR-5 --- 

FSS-8 --- 
FSS-8 - 
FSS-9 - 
FSS-9 - 
FSS-8 - 

FSS-8 -■ 
FSS-8 -■ 
FSO-5 - 
FSO-5 - 
FSS-8 -- 
FSS-8 -- 
FSS-8 -- 
FSS-8 -- 
FSS-9 -- 
FSS-9 -- 
FSS-9 -- 
FSS-9 -- 
FSS-9 -- 
FSS-9 -- 
FSS-9 -- 
FSO-6 — 
FSS-9 -- 



5,493 

5,493 

5,313 

5,313 

5,313 

5,313 

5,313 

5,313 

5,259 

5,079 

5,079 

5,079 

5, 079 

5,079 

5,079 

4,993 

4,899 



^Assigned also to Bern, Lisbon, and Madrid 
Fr'.S''„?il"M^irS.?if G„«S'°i f"t ";"':"'■ "'"""''■ Bu*P«=., Cop^rtiagen, Dublin, 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



23 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Salary 



FRANCE AND POSSESSIONS, etc. --Continued 



s (E)--Continued 



(AA, NA, & Air A) 



eaux (C) 



bourg (C) 
vre (C) -• 



(C) 



( France) - - Con tinueo 

Robert Bacon, v. c 

Madalaine A. Jacobus, v. c 

Aline Ball Schlatter, v. c 

WiUiam Bryan Dozier, v. c 

Charles K. Powell, garage supt 

Flora E. Jones, admin, asst 

Walter L. Swierczek, communications 

technician. 
Roljert Burns Williams, communications 

supervisor. 

Emily C. Cox, acimin. asst 

Jessie L. Harnit, v. c 

Eugene G. Tucker, press analysis officer- 
Agnes A. LaBarr, cultural affairs officer- 
David K. Ackerman, For. Ser. Staff 

officer. 

Montgomery B. Barrett, librarian 

Howard C. Thomas, Jr., v. c. (Lille) — 
Roberts. Smith, asst. att 

Brig. Gen. Joseph J. O'Hare, army att - 
Capt. Maurice M. DeWoK, naval att. and 

naval att. for air. ^ 
Brig. Gen. Monro MacCloskey, air att -- 
Col. Lowell M. Riley, asst. army att -- 
Col. William E. Williamson, asst. army 

att. 
Lt. Col. Robert H. Calahan, asst. army 

att. 
Lt. Col. Neal W. Harper, asst. army att- 

Capt. Jack D. Reid, asst. army att 

Comar. Enrique D'Hamel Haskins, asst. 

naval att. ano asst. naval att. for air. 
Lt. Comdr. Micajah Reeves Wyatt, asst. 

naval att. ana asst. naval att. for air. 
Lt. Comdr. Charles Wickham Moore, 

asst. naval att. and asst. naval att. 

for air. 
Lt. Comdr. Robert James Everett, asst. 

naval att. 
Lt. Francis Fabian James Moloney, asst. 

naval att. and asst. naval att. for air. 
Col. George B. Green, asst. air att. '' -- 
Lt. Col. William B. Bailey, asst. air att- 
Lt. Col. Vernon R. Turner, asst. air att- 
Maj. Benjamin M. Matlick, Jr., asst. 

air att. 
Capt. John P. Carew, asst. air att 

Frederick B. Lyon, cons, gen 

Davia M. Bane, cons 

Theodore S. Arthur, public affairs officer 

William A. Mitchell, v. c 

Thaddeus H. Chylinski, v. c 

Buford G. Rogers, v. c 

Arnlioth G. Heltberg, cons - 

John C. Leary, v. c 

Sabin J. Dalferes, cons 

Lee Murray, v. c 

Laurent Emile Morin, v. c 

Clauae H. Hall, Jr., cons 

James O. Morgan, v. c 

Philip H. Chadbourn, Jr., v. c 

Bayarci King, v. c 

Ruth C. Howard, librarian 



Oct. 4, 1948 
Jan. 11, 1951 
Apr. 20, 1951 
Feb. 29, 1952 
May 1, 1945 
Nov. 3, 1947 
June 1, 1949 

July 15, 1949 

Jan. 6, 1950 
Feb. 13, 1950 
Feb. 19, 1950 
June 15, 1950 
Dec. 22, 1950 

Feb. 19, 1951 
Sept. 14, 1951 
June 4, 1951 



Feb. 11, 
Feb. 14, 

June 14, 
Apr. 15, 
Aug. 15, 



1949 
1952 

1949 
1948 
1951 



Oct. 13, 1951 



Nov. 28, 
Aug. 31, 
July 17, 

Nov. 16, 

Mar. 9, 



1951 
1948 
1951 

1950 

1951 



Aug. 17, 1951 

Mar. 31, 1951 

Apr. 21, 1951 
Oct. 21, 1948 
June 7, 1951 
June 29, 1949 

Dec. 7, 1950 



Mar. 9, 
Sept. 12, 
Mar. 16, 
Jan. 12, 
Dec. 2, 
Jan. 29, 
July 31, 
June 29, 
Mar. 16, 
Dec. 21, 
Mar. 23, 
Dec. 13, 
June 30, 
May 18, 
Apr. 18, 
Nov. 29, 



1951 
1950 
1950 
1951 
1949 
1952 
1951 
1950 
1950 
1950 
1951 
1950 
1951 
1951 
1950 
1951 



FSS-9 --- 
FSS-9 --- 
FSS-9 --- 
FSS-9 - — 
FSS-9 --- 
FSS-9 --- 
FSS-9 --- 

FSS-9 --- 

FSS-9 --- 
FSS-9 --- 
FSS-9 --- 
FSS-9 - — 
FSS-9 — - 

FSS-9 --- 
FSS-9 -- 
FSR-6 — - 

FSO-1 --- 
FSO-4 --- 
FSR-4 -- 
FSS-8 — - 
FSS-8 - — 
FSS-9 --- 
FSS-6 - — 
fSO-6 — - 
FSS-4 --- 
FSS-8 --- 
FSS-9 -- 
FSO-3 - — 
FSO-5 --- 
FSO-5 --- 
FSO-5 -- 
FSS-8 --- 


$ 4,899 
4,899 
4,899 
4,899 
4,719 
4,719 
4,719 

4,719 

4,719 
4,719 
4,719 
4,719 
4,719 

4,719 
4,719 
4,393 

13, 600 
7,263 
6,963 
5,673 
5,493 
5,079 
6,501 
4,593 
7,689 
6,213 
4,719 
9,130 
5,913 
5,513 
5,313 
5,313 



ssigned also to Bern. 

ssigned also to Bern, Brussels, and Luxembourg. 



24 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: APRIL 1, 1952 



Post 



Marseille (CG) 



Nice (C) 
Strasbourg (C) 



Algiers, Algeria (CG) ■ 



Dakar, 
(CG). 



French West Africa 



Martinique, French West 
Indies (C). 

Noumea, New Caledonia (C)- 

Tananarive, Madagascar 

(C). 
Tunis, Tunisia (CG) 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Salary 



FRANCE AND POSSESSIONS, etc. --Continuea 



( France) - - Continued 

Heyward G. Hill, cons, gen --- 

Davis O. Harrington, public affairs officer 

J. Roland Jacobs, cons 

Helen R. NichoU, cons 

Thomas J. Cole, cons 

Leonard G. Bradford, cons 

William M. Bates, v. c 

Quincy F. Roberts, cons, gen.^ 

Charles B. Beylard, v. c. — - 

George D. Andrews, cons 

Leonard Lee Bacon, cons 

Franklin Rouaybush, cons 

Vincents. R. Brandt, v. c 

H. Stewart Beers, v. c 



(Possessions, etc.) 

Thomas H. Lockett, cons, gen -• 

Joseph Frank, consular att 

Oscar H. Sells, v. c 

Richard C. Desmond, cons 

Leon G. Dorros, cons 

Ruth R. Tryon, v. c 

Jean C. MacDonald, admin, asst 

Milton G. Walstrom, v. c 

Joseph F. Christiano, v. c 

Chester G. Dunham, v. c -- 

M. Williams Blake, cons, gen — 

Robert M. Sheehan, v. c 

Harold T. Christie, v. c. ^ 

Stephen H. McClintic, cons 

Stephen McClure Carney, v. c — 

Thomas A. Cassilly, v. c 

Philip E. Haring, cons 

Borrie Irwin Hyman, v. c 

Maurice Pasquet, cons 

Francis T. McCoy, v. c 

John D. Jernegan, cons, gen — 

Davia LeBreton, Jr., cons 

John A. Sabini, v. c — -- 

Howard W. Potter, Jr., v. c 

Irene Toth, disbursing officer 

Peter J. C. Adam, v. c -- 



Apr. 16, 
Nov. 17, 
Jan. 24, 
Sept. 15, 
June 28, 
Aug. 17, 
Dec. 9, 
July 30, 
Dec. 6, 
Mar. 15, 
June 22, 
Sept. 16, 
Apr. 28, 
Sept. 8, 



1951 
1950 
1951 
1951 
1950 
1945 
1950 
1951 
1944 
1950 
1950 
1948 
1950 
1947 



Apr. 13, 1950 
June 20, 1949 
Feb. 12, 1951 
Nov. 23, 1949 
Feb. 1, 1951 
July 2, 1951 
Sept. 14, 1950 
Jan. 4, 1952 
Mar. 23, 1951 
Aug. 15, 1951 
June 28, 1951 
July 20, 1951 
Mar. 23, 1950 
Mar. 30, 1951 
Jan. 29, 1951 
Feb. 14, 1950 
Sept. 25, 1951 
July 24, 1950 
Nov. 21, 1951 
June 14, 1951 
May 16, 1950 
May 10, 1951 
Mar. 15, 1949 
Oct. 24, 1949 
Oct. 27, 1949 
Jan. 24, 1951 



FSO-2 

FSR-4 

FSO-4 

FSO-4 

FSS-7 

FSS-8 

FSO-5 

FSO-3 

FSS-9 

FSO-3 • 

FSO-3 • 

FSS-4 ■ 

FSO-5 • 

FSS-8 - 



^Assigned also to Monaco. 
Assigned also to British Gambia, Portuguese Guinea, and French Territory of Togoland. 



FSO-1 -- 


14,300 


FSR-4 — - 


8,863 


FSS-5 — - 


7,875 


FSO-4 --- 


7,263 


FSO-4 --- 


6,963 


FSS-7 --- 


5,907 


FSS-9 --- 


5,439 


FSO-5 -- 


5,313 


FSS-8 --- 


5,313 


FSO-6 --- 


4,793 


FSO-3 --- 


9,430 


FSO-5 --- 


6,113 


FSS-9 --- 


4,719 


FSO-5 --- 


5,313 


FSS-9 --- 


4,899 


FSO-6 --- 


4,593 


FSO-5 - — 


5,313 


FSO-6 --- 


4,793 


FSO-3 -- 


9,730 


FSO-6 --- 


4,993 


FSO-1 — - 


12,800 


FSO-4 --- 


7,863 


FSO-5 --- 


5,313 


FSO-5 --- 


5,313 


FSS-9 — - 


4,719 


f SR-6 --- 


3,993 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



25 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Salary 



GERMANY (OFFICE OF THE U. S. HIGH COMMISSIONER FOR GERMANY (HICOG)) 



ice of U. S. High 
Commissioner (HC). 



ice of the Coordinator 
jid Special Adviser 
OCSA). 



ice of Executive 
lecretary (ES). 



Bonn — Bad Godesberg (unless otherwise noted) 



John J. McCloy, U. S. high commr. ; 

chief of mission. 
Maj. Gen. George P. Hays, dep. high 

commr. (Frankfort on the Main and 

Mehlem). 
Lt. Col. John C. Dalrymple, mil. asst. 

to high commr. 
Chauncey G. Parker, asst. high commr - 
John Miles, special asst. to asst. high 

commr. (operations). 

Gert Whitman, asst. to high commr 

Zinn B. Garrett, special asst 

Patricia J. Leonard, admin, asst 

Genevieve J. Birlauf, operations asst --• 

Mary Ann Curnias, admin, asst 

Mary C. Epifanio, sec 

Lt. Gen. L. K. Truscott, coordinator; 

adviser. 
Francis Bowden Stevens, Jr. , intell. 

officer; chief of special research div. 

(Bad-Nauheim). 
George B. McManus, chief of collation 

and evaluation div. 
Robert H. Cunningham, dep. dir. ; spe- 
cial adviser to coordinator. 
Karl H. Weber, chief of scientific div -- 
Michael Burke, chief of plans and policy 

div. 
Durand Smith, dep. chief of collation and 

evaluation div. 

Sidney A. Stein, reports officer 

Tom Killefer, planning officer 

Edgar John C. Hagstette, Jr., intell. 

officer. 
Henry Evans Thomas, 3d, For. Ser. Staff 

officer; collation and evaluation div. 
Clara G. FoUick, admin, officer 



James E. King, Jr., exec, sec 

William W. Schott, chief of protocol div - 
Roger H. Wells, chief of historical div -- 
Joseph E. Slater, U.S. sec. (Allied 

High Commn.) . 
Alexander R. Forest, policy reports sec- 

Eric George Gration, staff sec 

John Ford Golay, dep. U.S. sec. (Allied 

High Commn. ). 
Hubert G. Schmidt, dep. chief of his- 
torical div. 

Elmer Plischke, historian 

Guy A. Lee, historian 

Rodney C. Loehr, historian 

Rene J. Daudon, protocol officer 

Robert M. Donihi, special asst. for 

research. 
Ezekiel C. Glazier, dep. policy reports 

sec. 
James Johnson Coale, special asst. U. S. 

sec. (Allied High Commn. ). 
Henry P. Pilgert, historian, 

(Frankfort on the Main). 

James F. J. Gillen, historian 

Herman Elegant, asst. U. S. sec. 

(Allied High Commn. ). 
Gustave Harcourt, translator; 

interpreter (French). 
Paul Warren Freedman, research analyst 



June 13, 


1949 






Oct. 16 


1949 






Dec. 29 
Oct. 18 


1950 
1949 


FSR-1-- 
FSR-2-- 


$14, 300 
12, 550 


Sept. 22 
Oct. 16 
June 27 
Oct. 16 
Feb. 2, 
Oct. 16 


1949 
1949 
1949 
1949 
1948 
1949 


FSS-1 -- 
FSS-1 -- 
FSS-7 -- 
FSS-9 -- 
FSS-9 -- 
FSS-9 — 


10, 550 
10, 550 
6,087 
5,619 
5,079 
4,899 


May 28 


1950 


FSO-1-- 


12, 800 


Jan. 17 


1951 


FSR-2-- 


11,850 


Oct. 16 


1949 


FSR-2 - 


11,130 


Jan. 10 
Apr. 12 


1950 
1951 


FSR-2 — 
FSR-2 — 


11,130 
11,130 


Jan. 17 


1951 


FSS-2 -- 


9,230 


July 18 
June 27 
July 30 


1951 
1951 
1951 


FSS-2 -- 
FSS-3 -- 
FSS-3 -- 


9,230 
8,481 
8,481 


Feb. 21 


1951 


FSS-4 -- 


7,689 


Nov. 25 


1949 


FSS-7 - 


5,907 


Oct. 16 
Oct. 16 
Aug. 9 
Sept. 16 


1949 
1949 
1951 
1949 


FSR-1- 
FSR-2-- 
FSR-2 — 
FSS-1 -- 


13,600 
11,500 
11,130 
10,250 


Oct. 16 
Oct. 16 
Oct. 16 


1949 
1949 
1949 


FSS-1 — 
FSS-2 -- 
FSS-2 -- 


10, 250 
9,950 
9,710 


July 1 


1950 


FSS-2 -- 


9,470 


Aug. 7 
June 20 
July 3 
Oct. 16 
Oct. 16 


1950 
1950 
1951 
1949 
1949 


FSS-2 -- 
FSS-2 -- 
FSS-2 -- 
FSS-3 -- 
FSS-3 -- 


9,470 
9,230 
9,230 
8,961 
8,961 


Oct. 16 


1949 


FSS-3 - 


8,961 


Oct. 16 


1949 


FSS-3 -- 


8,721 


Mar. 30 


1950 


FSS-3 — 


8,721 


Dec. 13 
Oct. 16 


1950 
1949 


FSS-3 -- 
FSS-5 -- 


8,481 
7,635 


Oct. 16 


1949 


FSS-5 -- 


7,635 


Oct. 16 


1949 


FSS-5 - 


7,455 



I'UHEIGN SERVICE LIST: APRIL 1, 1952 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



GERMANY (HICOG)- -Continued 
Bonn— Bad Godesberg (unless otherwise noted)- -Continued 



Office of Executive Secretary 
(ES)--Continued. 



Hewetson, asst. policy reports 



Office of Political Affairs 
(PA). 



Robert W. 
sec. 

Marie L. Acton, research analyst 

Gordon F. Corrigan, asst. staff sec 

William R. Engesser, asst. U. S. sec. 

(Allied High Commn. ). 
Curt S. Goldsmith, legislation reporter - 

Christian John GoU, asst. staff sec 

John W. McDonald, Jr. , asst. U. S. sec. 

(Allied High Commn. ). 
Frederick T. Sillett, asst. U.S. sec. 

(Allied High Commn. ). 
Rowan A. Wakefield, asst. U.S. sec. 

(Allied High Commn. ). 
Norman C. Kirkham, asst. U.S. sec. 

(Allied High Commn. ). 
Albert Myrton Frye, research analyst --- 
Walter M. Linden, translator; interpreter 
(German). 

James M. McFarland, ed 

Grace Stockton, chief librarian -- 

Roland Carroll, interpreter (German) — 
Maguy J. Sebastien, translator; inter- 
preter. 
Philip A. Stoloff, translator; interpreter 

(French). 
George Schaus, interpreter (German) — 
James Frank Egnation, admin, officer -- 

Marjorie A. Yahraes, ed -.. 

Arthur L. Binkley, reports asst 

George J. Stanger, asst. staff sec 

Oliver T. Field, librarian 

Charles Jepsen, asst. U. S. sec 

Wylma Harford Oakes, shorthand reporter 

Truston W. Wilson, admin, asst 



Samuel Reber, Jr. , dir. of pol. affairs; 
couns. of mission with personal rank of 
minister. 
Guy J. Swope, chief of displaced popula- 
tions div. 
John P. Davies, Jr. , dep. dir. of office 

of pol. affairs. 
Kenneth Dayton, dep. dir. of office of 

pol. affairs. 
Thomas D. Johnson, chief of civil aviation 

div. (Frankfort on the Main). 
Charles W. Thayer, chief of reports div - 
Ellsworth C. Wolfsperger, civil ser. 
officer. 

Harold W. Moseley, pol. officer 

Ulrich Edward Biel, pol. officer 

Roger J. W. Dow, pol. officer 

Ulrich Charles Urton, chief of public 
safety div. 

Leon Webber Fuller, pol. officer 

Leigh Mead Hammond, airways engineer 
(Frankfort on the Main). 

John W. Halderman, pol. officer -- 

Herbert P. Fales, pol. officer 

(Heidelberg). 
Charles Dennis Daily, airport administra- 
tor (Munich). 
Martin John Her, aviation, econ. . and 
legal adviser (Frankfort on the Main) 
Chnton C. Van Cott, radio engineer 
(Frankfort on the Main). 

Constance R. Harvey, pol. officer 

Richard L. Martin, airport administrator 
(Frankfort on the Main). 



Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 
Oct. 16, 1949 
Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 
Oct. 16, 1949 
Oct. 16, 1949 

Apr. 4, 1950 

May 17, 1950 

June 4, 1950 

Oct. 16, 1949 
Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Feb. 3, 1950 

Feb. 6, 1950 



Oct. 16, 
Oct. 16, 
Dec. 6, 
Oct. 16, 
Oct. 16, 
Oct. 16, 
May 7, 
Oct. 16, 
Oct. 16, 



1949 
1949 
1950 
1949 
1949 
1949 
1951 
1949 
1949 



FSS-5 

FSS-5 
FSS-5 
FSS-5 

FSS-5 
FSS-5 
FSS-5 

FSS-5 ■ 

FSS-5 

FSS-5 - 

FSS-5 - 
FSS-5 - 

FSS-5 - 
FSS-5 - 
FSS-6 - 
FSS-6 - 

FSS-6 - 

FSS-6 - 
FSS-7 - 
FSS-7 - 
FSS-7 
FSS-7 - 
FSS-8 -• 
FSS-8 - 
FSS-9 - 
FSS-9 -■ 



May 10, 1950 FSO-1 -- 



July 26, 1949 

Aug. 10, 1951 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Nov. 28, 1949 
Oct. 16, 1949 

Feb. 20, 1950 
Nov. 13, 1949 
Oct. 16, 1949 
Oct. 16, 1949 

Dec. 16, 1949 
Oct. 16, 1949 

Aug. 20, 1951 
June 22, 1950 



Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Sept. 8, 1951 
Oct. 16, 1949 



FSR-1 
FSO-1- 
FSR-2- 
FSR-2- 

FSO-2 - 

FSS-1 - 

FSS-1 - 
FSS-1 - 
FSS-1 - 
FSS-1 -. 

FSS-1 - 
FSS-2 -- 

FSS-2 -- 
FSO-3-- 

FSS-2 -- 

FSS-2 -- 

FSS-2 -- 

FSO-3-- 
FSS-2 --■ 



Salary 



6,681 

6,501 
6,087 
6,087 
5,907 
5,907 
5,493 
5,313 
5,079 
5,079 

14, 300 



13, 600 

12, 800 

11,500 

11,500 

11, 130 
11, 130 

11,130 
10,550 
10,250 
10,250 

10,250 
10,250 

10,250 
10, 030 

9,950 

9, 950 

9,950 

9,730 
9,710 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



27 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Salary 



GERMANY (HICOG)--Continued 
Bonn--Bad Godesljerg (unless otherwise noted)--Continued 



of Political Affairs 
)--Continued. 



Leonard Curtis Moore, operations and 
training officer (Frankfort on the Main). 

Roberts W. Wiley, pol. officer 

Carolyn J. Fox, pol. officer 

Frank Bertram Lane, airport administra- 
tor (Bremen). 
Richard W. Pears, airport administrator 

(Berlin). 
George C. Carl, displaced populations 

officer. 
Eric Milton Hughes, displaced populations 

officer (Frankfort on the Main). 
John Zale Williams, displaced populations 

officer. 
Henry C. Ramsey, special asst. to the dir- 
John Fletcher Clymer, airport administra- 
tor (Stuttgart). 
Anton F. Pabsch, pol. officer (liaison) — 

George W. Renchard, pol. officer 

Richard W. Cooper, pol. officer (Frankfort 

on the Main). 

Hans Albert Kallmann, pol. officer 

Robert Louis Perry, public safety officer- 
Eugene E. Richards, airport administrator 

(Niirnberg). 
George May Waller, air traffic control 

engineer (Munich). 

Esther M. Metzenthin, pol. officer 

Russell W. Benton, chief of travel control 

div. 
Walter J. Mueller, biographic officer — 
Edward W. Lawrence, liaison officer — 

Thomas Henry Carver, econ. officer 

William Wayne Spence, aeronautical 

facilities engineer (Frankfort on the 

Main). 
Donald F. McCall, public safety officer -- 
George Lybrook West, Jr. , chief of 

for. relations div. 
Walter J. Stoessel, Jr. , pol. officer 

(Bad Homburg). 
Melbourne L. Githens, radio engineer 

(Munich). 
Delmar R. Carlson, v. c. ; pol. officer -- 

Elsie C. Dolling, pol. officer 

James W. Shea, econ. officer 

Harry Grossman, displaced populations 

officer (Frankfort on the Main). 
Frank Francis Erdoes, travel control 

officer (Berlin). 
Hugh George Elbot, records administrator 

(Arolsen). 
Stephen W. Maiden, liaison officer 

(Stuttgart). 
Robert F. Corrigan, pol; officer; cons. 

(Heidelberg). 
Scott Lyon.cons.j pol. officer (Bad 

Homburg). 
Ross E. Stokely, entries permit 

officer (Frankfort on the Main). 
Raymond Russel Cook, immigration insp. 

(Bremen). 

Leo Fraenkel, pol. officer 

John Henry Lanius, airport traffic con- 
troller (Munich and Riem). 
Frank Henry Cornelius, travel control 

officer (Passau). 
Herbert J. Pratt, travel control officer 

(Munich). 



Oct. 

Oct. 
Nov. 
Oct. 

Apr. 

Apr. 

Apr. 

Feb. 

Sept. 
Oct. 

Oct. 

Mar. 

Oct. 

Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 
Oct. 

Feb. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 



June 
Jan. 

July 

Oct. 

Feb. 
Oct. 
Jan. 

July 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Feb. 

Feb. 

July 

Oct. 

Dec. 

Oct. 
Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 



16, 


1949 


16, 


1949 


11, 


1949 


16, 


1949 


15, 


1950 


30, 


1950 


30, 


1950 


22, 


1950 


3, 


1950 


16, 


1949 


16, 


1949 


14, 


1950 


16, 


1949 


16, 


1949 


16, 


1949 


16, 


1949 


16, 


1949 


16, 


1949 


15, 


1946 


15, 


1950 


16, 


1949 


16, 


1949 


16, 


1949 


1, 


1951 


10, 


1950 


18, 


1950 


16, 


1949 


14, 


1946 


16, 


1949 


3, 


1950 


26, 


1950 


16, 


1949 


16, 


1949 


15, 


1950 


14, 


1950 


18, 


1950 


16, 


1949 


15, 


1949 


16, 


1949 


16, 


1949 


16, 


1949 


16, 


1949 



FSS-2 - — 


$ 9,710 


FSS-2 --- 


9,710 


FSS-2 — - 


9,710 


FSS-2 --- 


9,470 


FSS-2 --- 


9,470 


FSS-2 --- 


9,470 


FSS-2 -- 


9,470 


FSS-2 — 


9,230 


FSO-3 — 


9,130 


FSS-3 — 


8,961 


FSS-3 --- 


8,961 


FSO-4 — 


8,863 


FSS-3 — - 


8,721 


FSS-3 — - 


8,721 


FSS-3 --- 


8,721 


FSS-3 --- 


8,721 


FSS-3 --- 


8,721 


FSS-4 - — 


8,649 


FSO-4 --- 


8,463 


FSS-4 — 


8,169 


FSS-4 --- 


7,929 


FSS-4 — 


7,689 


FSS-4 — - 


7,689 


FSS-4 — - 


7,689 


FSO-4 -- 


7,563 


FSO-4--- 


7,563 


FSS-5 — 


7,455 


FSS-5 — 


7,275 


FSS-5 -- 


7,275 


FSS-5 -- 


7,275 


FSS-5 — 


7,275 


FSS-6 — 


7,221 


FSS-5 — - 


7,095 


FSS-5 — 


7,095 


FSO-4 --- 


6,963 


FSO-4--- 


6,963 


FSS-7 --- 


6,807 


FSS-7 --- 


6,807 


FSS-6 --- 


6,501 


FSS-6 --- 


6,501 


FSS-7 -- 


6,267 


FSS-7 -X 


6,267 



zo 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: APRIL 1, 1952 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



GERMANY (HICOG)— Continued 
Borm--Bad Godesberg (unless otherwise noted)--Continued 



Office of Political Affairs 
(PA)— Continued. 



Office of Economic Affairs 
(E). 



Harry William Thon, travel control officer 
Jacob Jack Urman, travel control officer 

(Munich). 

Martha Ann Gans, admin, officer 

Leon J. Barat, pol. officer (Bad Homburg) 
Shelbert L. Higgins, dep. airport admin- 
istrator (Berlin). 
Earl K. Rogers, immigration insp. 

(Garmisch). 

Stephen A. Koczak, pol. officer 

Charles Verne Bond, pol. officer 

Lucile M. Petterson, biographic officer - 
Joseph T. Kendrick, Jr. , pol. officer 

(Bad Homburg). 
James J. Ferretti, admin, officer 

(Frankfort on the Main). 

Peter Hooper, Jr., pol. officer; v. c 

Alfred L. Atherton, Jr. , v. c. ; pol. 

officer. 
Richard G. Johnson, pol. officer; 2d sec. ; 

v. c. (Bad Homburg). 
Sanford J. Robin, immigration insp. 

(Berchtesgaden). 

Allen C. Siebens, pol. officer 

Charles Thomas Butler, pol. officer 

(intell.) (Bad Homburg). 

John A. Conway, biographic officer 

John P. Shaw, pol. officer (Bad Homburg) 
Fred W. Starratt, Jr., econ. officer --- 
Jonathan Dean, pol. officer 

NBchael S. Harris, dir. of office of econ. 
affairs; chief of special mission (MSA) - 

Gordon O. Fraser, asBt. econ. commr. ; 
chief of food and agri. div. (MSA). 

Carl H. Boehringer, cml. att. ; econ. 
officer. 

Francis L. Mayer, dep. chief of industry 
div. (MSA). 

Karl F. Bode, dep. econ. adviser (MSA) - 

Frank Joseph Miller, dep. dir. of econ. 
affairs; dep. chief of mission (MSA). 

Harry Church Thomas, controller (MSA) - 

George B. Gardiner, Jr. , chief of pro- 
gram div. (MSA). 

Harold A. Taylor, asst. for defense pro- 
curement (MSA). 

Dewilda E. Naramore, special asst. to 
dir. 

Conrad Harold Hammar, dep. chief of food 
and agri. div. (MSA). 

Churchill C. Eaves, transportation spe- 
cialist; chief of br. 

Thomas E. Nelson, cml. specialist; chief 
of br. 

Morgan S. Fitzwilliam, industrial spe- 
cialist (fuel and power) (MSA). 

James C. Cunningham, production spe- 
cialist (MSA). 

Osborne M. Taylor, industrial specialist - 

Carl R. Mahder, economist; chief of 
analysis br. 

Samuel T. Castleman, dep. chief of 
finance div. (Frankfort on the Main). 

Leander Bell Lovell, economist; chief of 
analysis br. (MSA). 

Morris Moses, asst. econ. commr. 
(trade) (MSA). 



Oct. 
Oct. 

Oct. 
Dec. 
Sept. 



16, 1949 
16, 1949 

16, 1949 
4, 1949 
3, 1950 



Aug. 7, 1950 



Mar. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Nov. 



15, 1949 

16, 1949 
16, 1949 

7, 1950 



Oct. 15, 1951 



July 
Dec. 

Oct. 

Jan. 

July 
June 

Dec. 
Jan. 
Mar. 
Dec. 



10, 1947 

11, 1949 

26, 1951 

24, 1950 

15, 1949 

12, 1950 

12, 1947 

12, 1950 

16, 1951 
5, 1949 



July ,8, 1951 

Nov. 28, 1950 

Sept. 20, 1951 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 30, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Apr. 13, 1950 
Sept. 20, 1950 

Oct. 30, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 30, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 30, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Mar. 5, 1950 

Nov. 17, 1949 

Nov. 26, 1949 

Feb. 15, 1951 



FSS-7 — 
FSS-7 -- 

FSS-7 — ■ 
FSS-7 -- 
FSS-7 — 

FSS-8 — 

FSO-5-- 
FSS-7 - — 
FSS-7 — 
FSS-7 — 

FSS-7 — 

FSO-5 — 
FSO-5- — 

FSO-5— - 

FSS-8 — 

FSO-6 — 
FSO-6— - 

FSO-6 — 
FSO-6 — 
FSS-9 --- 
FSO-6— - 



FSR-2- 
FSO-2 - 
FSR-2 - 

FSR-2 - 
FSR-2 - 
FSR-2- 
FSR-2 - 

FSS-1 - 

FSS-1 - 

FSS-1 - 

FSS-1 - 

FSS-1 - 

FSS-2 -■ 

FSS-2 - 

FSS-2 - 
FSS-2 - 

FSS-1 — 

FSS-1 — 

FSS-1 — 



11, 500 
11,150 

11,150 
11,130 

11,130 

10, 550 

10, 550 

10,250 

10, 250 

10, 250 

10, 250 

10, 250 
10,250 

9,950 

9,950 

9,950 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



29 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Salary 



GERMANY (HICOG)--Continued 
Bonn--Bad Godesberg (unless otherwise noted)--Continued 



of Economic Affairs 
-Continued. 



Alexander F. Kiefer, chief of East-West 

trade group. 
Ferdinand H. Holmes, Jr., productivity 

and tech. asst. (MSA). 
Frank X. White, dep. chief of program 

div. (MSA). 
James J. Ford, dep. controller (MSA) -- 

Manuel Abrams, trade analyst 

Francesco M. Bianco, economist; chief of 

operations br. (MSA). 
Charles H. Breecher, transportation 

specialist. 
Henry Webster Giers, communications 

specialist. 
Paul G. A. Hermberg, economist (MSA) - 
Hubert K. Ladenburg, chief of external 

finance br. 
James Willard Butler, industry specialist 

(housing). 
Henry W. Prentice, food specialist; chief 

of br. 

Dagobert Horn, trade control officer 

Eugene J. Epstine, special asst 

Norman Louis Smith, agri. production 

specialist; chief of br. (MSA). 
JosephA. Eicher, special asst. to dir. 

(Frankfort on the Main). 
Edgar J. Applewhite, special asst. 

(info.). 
Klaus A. De Keyserlingk, chief of ex- 
ternal claims br. 
Joe L. Thurston, communications spe- 
cialist. 
Anthony J. Cefaratti, econ. analyst 

(MSA). 
Robert F. Rennie, industrial specialist 

(MSA). 

William F. Doering, agri. economist 

Katharine Holtzclaw, agri. specialist 

(extension). 
Philip A. Heller, asst. econ. commr. 

(MSA). 
Walter Henry Olsen, chief auditor (MSA) - 

Ralph Arthur Brown, econ. officer 

Joseph J. Dekreon, transportation spe- 
cialist (maritime). 
Sherwin L. Ehrlich, econ. officer (trade) - 

Jack I. Stone, trade analyst 

Philip D. Baker, chief of internal finance 

br. 
Rene Norbert Levy, trade officer (customs) 
Harry Murray, mil. requirements officer- 
Toby E. Rodes, info, officer (MSA) 

Cyril C. Means, legal officer (Frankfort 

on the Main). 
Genevieve Rogers, admin, officer (MSA) - 
Frank Joseph Roberts, mil. requirements 

officer. 
Julius G. Cogswell, customs and trade 

officer. 

Jerry Knoll, econ. officer 

Jacob Marti, finance specialist (Frankfort 

on the Main). 
John W. Alexander, Jr. , fiscal economist 

(MSA). 
Charles A. Freshman, field investigator 

(MSA). 
James A. Recktenwald, mil. requirements 

officer. 



Apr. 21, 1951 

June 6, 1951 

Sept. 5, 1951 

Sept. 3, 1950 

Nov. 27, 1950 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Apr. 23, 1950 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Nov. 21, 1949 

July 27, 1950 

Aug. 29, 1950 

Aug. 7, 1951 

Oct. 30, 1949 

Oct. 30, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

June 4, 1950 

Apr. 1, 1951 

Oct. 30, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 30, 1949 

Oct. 30, 1949 

July 1, 1950 

July 12, 1950 

July 31, 1950 

Apr. 29, 1951 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Nov. 23, 1949 

Nov. 22, 1950 

Apr. 23, 1951 



FSS-1 -- 

FSS-1 -- 

FSS-1 -- 

FSS-2 -- 
FSS-2 -- 
FSS-2 -- 

FSS-2 -- 

FSS-2 -- 

FSS-2 -- 
FSS-2 -- 

FSS-2 -- 

FSS-2 -- 

FSS-3 -- 
FSS-2 -- 
FSS-2 -- 

FSS-2 -- 

FSS-2 -- 

FSS-2 -- 

FSS-2 -- 

FSS-3 -- 

FSS-3 -- 

FSS-3 -- 
FSS-3 -- 

FSS-3 -- 

FSS-4 -- 
FSS-3 -- 
FSS-3 -- 

FSS-3 -- 
FSS-3 -- 
FSS-3 -- 

FSS-3 -- 

FSS-3 -- 

FSS-3 -- 

FSS-3 -- 

FSS-3 -- 
FSS-4 -- 

FSS-4 -- 

FSS-4 -- 
FSS-4 -- 

FSS-4 -- 

FSS-4 -- 

FSS-4 -- 



$ 9,950 

9,950 

9,950 

9,950 
9,950 
9,710 

9,710 

9,710 

9,710 
9,710 

9,470 

9,470 

9,441 
9,230 
9,230 

9,230 

9,230 

9,230 

9,230 

8,961 

8,961 

8,721 

8,721 

8,649 
8,481 
8,481 

8,481 
8,481 
8,481 

8,481 
8,481 
8,481 
8,481 

8,481 
8,409 

8,169 

7,689 
7,689 

7,689 

7,689 

7,689 



30 



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Bonn--Bad Godesberg (unless otherwise noted)--Continued 



Office of Economic Affairs 
(E)--Continued. 



Office of Public Affairs 
(PUB). 



^ 



Charles Wesley Adams, reports officer -- 

Julia Hyman, agri. reports officer 

Walter C. Furst, deblocking restitution 
officer. 

Allen D. Gordon, claims examiner 

Eric Rehfeld, econ. officer (trade) 

William J. Fradenburg, projects control 

officer. 
Cornells J. H. Goinga, trade control 
officer. 

Max A. Binkley, auditor (MSA) 

Douglas P. Weaver, econ. officer 

John L. Viles, field investigator (MSA) - 

Richard D. Vine, trade analyst 

John C. Reraier, trade officer 

Frederick O. Sargent, food and agri. 

officer (MSA). 
Ora S. Sitton, field investigator (MSA) -- 

Michael A. Codi, field investigator 

Artie Abraham, econ. officer (customs) - 
Juanita Shaw Gans, financial reports 

officer. 
Robert Taylor, field investigator (MSA) - 
Lawrence L. Petersen, econ. analyst 

(MSA). 
Charles T. Coughlin, admin, officer 

(MSA). 
William E. Hintz, program analyst (MSA) 

Marie E. Johnson, comm. sec 

Robert C. Foulon, trade analyst; econ. 

officer. 
Emerson Milton Brown, trade officer — 

Robert R. Brungart, econ. analyst 

Regina R. Rice, tech- assistance asst. 

(MSA). 
Elaine F. 
Louise P. 



Briley, info, officer 

Levinson, info. asst. (MSA) 



Shepard Stone, dir. of office of public 

affairs. 
Richard K. Brown, gen. mgr 

Ralph Arthur Burns, chief of exchanges 

div. 
Arthur Settel, chief of public relations 

div. 
Hans Wallenberg, info, and ed. specialist- 
Alfred V. Boerner, dir. of policy staff — 
Theodore Kaghan, chief of info. sers. div- 
George R. Koopman, chief of div. of 

cultural affairs. 
Lawrence E. Norrie, chief of community 

activities br. 
Charles Saul Lewis, chief of radio br — 
Peter H. Hart, info, and ed. specialist 

(Munich). 
Carl Winston, chief of motion picture br - 
Samuel H. Linch, asst. chief of exchanges 

div. 
Erwin P. Brauner, chief of public health 

and welfare br. 
Wolfgang von Eckhardt, chief of ed. pro- 
jections br. 
George A. Selke, dep. chief of education 

and cultural relations div. 
Donald M. Harris, public health and wel- 
fare adviser. 
Elmer W. Lower, asst. chief of info, 
sers. div. 



Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 30, 1949 

Aug. 8, 1950 

Dec. 24, 1951 
Sept. 26, 1950 

Nov. 26, 1950 

Jan. 12, 1951 

June 23, 1951 

July 1, 1951 

Dec. 12, 1950 

Oct. 30, 1949 

Nov. 23, 1949 

Oct. 26, 1950 

Sept. 7, 1951 

Dec. 23, 1951 

Nov. 10, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Dec. 7, 1947 

Feb. 23, 1950 

Jan. 24, 1951 

July 28, 1948 

June 16, 1950 

Aug. 1, 1951 

Jan. 27, 1950 



Sept. 
Oct. 



27, 1950 
16, 1949 



Oct. 16, 1949 



Oct. 
Oct. 
Feb. 
Sept. 



5, 1949 

16, 1949 

20, 1950 

19, 1951 



Oct. 16, 1949 



Oct. 
Oct. 

Oct. 
Oct. 

June 

Oct. 

Oct. 

June 

Sept. 



16, 1949 

16, 1949 

16, 1949 

30, 1949 

21, 1950 

16, 1949 

28, 1950 

23, 1951 

5, 1951 



FSS-5 
FSS-5 
FSS-5 

FSS-5 
FSS-5 
FSS-5 

FSS-5 

FSS-5 
FSS-5 
FSS-6 
FSS-6 
FSS-6 
FSS-6 

FSS-6 

FSS-7 
FSS-7 
FSS-7 

FSS-7 
FSS-7 

FSS-7 

FSS-8 
FSS-8 
FSO-5 

FSO-6 
FSO-6 
FSS-9 

FSS-9 
FSS-9 

FSR-1 --- 

FSR-2 ■ 
FSR-2 - 

FSR-2 - 

FSR-2 - 
FSR-2 - 
FSR-2 - 
FSR-2 - 

FSS-1 - 

FSS-1 - 
FSS-1 - 

FSS-1 - 
FSS-1 - 

FSS-1 - 

FSS-1 - 

FSS-1 - 

FSS-1 - 

FSS-1 - 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



31 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Salary 



GERMANY (HICOG)--Continued 
Bonn--Bad Godesberg (unless otherwise noted)- -Continued 



Public Affairs 
-Continued. 



John Carter Pbdey, community activities 

adviser. 

Joseph Roemer, educational adviser 

Mildred E. Allen, public affairs officer - 

Thomas J. Crowell, admin, officer 

Robert Gates Dawes, cultural officer — 
Hans B. Meyer, asst. chief of policy staff- 
Hyman Charniak, asst. chief of public 

relations div. 
Leo P. Crespi, analyst, public attitude 

and opinion br. 
H. Francis Cunningham, Jr., public 

affairs officer; cons. 
James R. Haarstad, public affairs officer- 
Ernest Linde, public affairs officer 

(civic activities). 
Leon A. Shelnutt, community activities 

adviser. 
Fred Green Taylor, dir. (RIAS) (Berlin) - 
Austin J. Welch, youth activities adviser - 
Ruth F. Woodsmall, chief of women's 

affairs br. 
Daniel C. Mulloney, info, and ed. spe- 
cialist. 
Florence M. Black, public welfare adviser- 
Beverly M. Jones, motion picture spe- 
cialist. 
George W. Ware, educational adviser -- 
Sam Karyl Winston, motion picture spe- 
cialist (Munich). 
Nels Anderson, public affairs officer 

(labor economist). 
Edgar Breitenbach, cultural institutions 

officer. 
Marcel W. Fodor, info, and ed. specialist 

(Berlin). 
Clayton C. Jones, community activities 

adviser (Munich). 
MelvinJ. Lasky, info, and ed. specialist 

(Berlin). 
Edmund Schechter, asst. chief of radio 

br. 

Harold O. Wright, radio engineer 

William L. Wrinkle, educational adviser - 
Lawrence P. Bachmann, motion picture 

specialist (Berlin). 
Everett G. Chapman, adviser (exchanges) 
Robert Hoyer Lochner, info, and ed. 

specialist. 
John Fremont Mead, cultural affairs 

adviser (personnel exchanges). 
Alice Stephan Whelan, public welfare 

adviser. 

Richard A. Yahraes, press officer 

Hedwig K. Ylvisaker, analyst, public 

attitude and opinion br. 
Joseph Zigman, motion picture production 

specialist (Munich). 
Gordon A. Ewing, dep. dir. (RIAS) 

(Berlin). 
Julius J. Oppenheimer, higher education 

specialist. 
Grattan P. McGroarty, info, and ed. 

specialist (gen.). 
Mildred E. English, educational adviser - 
John H. Boxer, cultural affairs adviser - 
Charles F. Blackman, film program 

adviser. 



Oct. 16, 1949 



Oct. 
Aug. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 
Oct. 



16 
6 
16 
16 
16 
16 

16 

29 

16 
16 



Oct. 16 



Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 

Dec. 

Mar. 
Apr. 

Oct. 
Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 

Oct. 
Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 
Oct. 

Oct. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Dec. 

Jan. 
June 
Oct. 



16 
16 
16 



23 
12 

16 
16 

16 

16 

16 

16 

16 

16 

16 
16 
16 

16 
16 

16 

16 

16 
16 

30 

30 

1 

29, 

24, 

3, 

16, 



1949 
1950 
1949 
1949 
1949 
1949 

1949 

1950 

1949 
1949 

1949 

1949 
1949 
1949 

1949 

1951 
1951 

1949 
1949 

1949 

1949 

1949 

1949 

1949 

1949 

1949 
1949 
1949 

1949 
1949 

1949 

1949 

1949 
1949 

1949 

1949 

1950 

1950 

1951 
1950 
1949 



FSS-2 

FSS-2 
FSS-2 
FSS-2 
FSS-2 
FSS-2 
FSS-2 

FSS-2 

FSO-3 

FSS-2 
FSS-2 

FSS-2 - — 

FSS-2 -■ 

FSS-2 - 

FSS-2 - 

FSS-2 — 

FSS-2 -- 

FSS-2 -- 

FSS-3 -- 

FSS-3 -- 

FSS-3 -- 

FSS-3 — 

FSS-3 -- 

FSS-3 -- 

FSS-3 — 

FSS-3 -- 

FSS-3 -- 

FSS-3 -- 

FSS-3 -- 

FSS-3 -- 

FSS-3 -- 

FSS-3 -- 

FSS-3 -- 

FSS-3 -- 

FSS-3 — 

FSS-3 -- 

FSS-3 -- 

FSS-3 -- 

FSS-3 -- 

FSS-3 -- 

FSS-4 -- 

FSS-3 -- 



$9,950 

9,950 
9,950 
9,710 
9,710 
9,710 
9,470 

9,470 

9,430 

9,230 
9,230 

9,230 

9,230 
9,230 
9,230 

9,230 

9,230 
9,230 

9,201 
9,201 

8,961 

8,961 

8,961 

8,961 

8,961 

8,961 

8,961 
8,961 
8,721 

8,721 
8,721 

8,721 

8,721 

8,721 
8,721 

8,721 

8,721 

8,721 

8,721 

8,721 
8,649 
8,481 



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Office of Public Affairs 
(PUB)--Continued. 



GERMANY (HICOG)- -Continued 
Bonn--Bad Godesberg (unless otherwise noted)--Continued 



George F. Donovan, religious affairs 

adviser. 
Charles H. Shireman, public welfare 

adviser. 
Alice H. Cook, community activities 
adviser (adult education). 

John J. Slocum, press officer 

Charles B. Robson, chief of education br- 
Creston B. Mullins, info, and ed. spe- 
cialist. 
Charles C. Baldwin, motion picture officer 
Ernest J. Cramer, info, and ed. specialist 

Harold W. Fellman, press officer 

Gerard M. Gert, public affairs officer -- 
Morton P. Gudebrod, info, and ed. spe- 
cialist. 
Alfred Jacobson, info, and ed. specialist- 
Elmer Cox, press officer 

Max Maxime Kimental, public affairs 
officer. 

Ernst Langendorf, info, officer 

Raymond Pagan, info, and ed. specialist 

(Berlin). 
Charles D. Chamberlin, cultural affairs 
officer (exchanges). 

Mary H. Sanders, admin, officer 

Carol H. Denison, audio and visual spe- 
cialist (Munich). 
George Fleischer, public affairs officer 

(civic activities). 
Peter V. Herald, motion picture officer 

(Munich). 
Galen Snow, chief of materials exchanges 

br. 
John M. Richmond, info, and ed. spe- 
cialist. 
Richard H. Baxter, analyst, public 

attitude and opinions br. 
Warner H. Waid, info, specialist (pubs. )- 
James Franklin Keim, youth activities 

adviser (rural education). 
Eugene L. Weyland, public affairs officer- 
John A. Kidder, budget and fiscal officer 

(Munich). 
Thomas Kite Brown, radio info, specialist 

(Berlin). 
Gardner F. Cox, Jr., radio mfo. spe- 
cialist. 
Alexander Hartel, radio info, specialist 

(Berlin). 
William J. Sailer, info, and ed. specialist 
John Alexander Scott, motion picture 
officer (Munich). 

Nicholas E. Conduras, pubs, officer 

Martha G. Schwartz, educational adviser 

(educational sers.). 
Robert LaFoUette, education adviser 
(teacher education). 

Robert B. Redlich, admin, officer 

Michael Barjansky, programming and 
planning officer. 

Irvin C. Scarbeck, admin, officer 

Foley Vaughn Smartt, press officer 

Ralph Gustav Lieban, radio info, spe- 
cialist (Berlin). 
Mary Elizabeth Eagan, info, and ed. spe 

cialist. 
William H. Shervin, Jr., admin, officer 
(RUS) (Berlin). 



Oct. 16 

Oct. 16 

Dec. 18 

Mar. 26 

June 6 

Sept. 20 

Oct. 16 

Oct. 16 

Oct. 16 

Oct. 16 

Oct. 16, 

Oct. 16, 

Oct. 16, 

Oct. 16, 

Oct. 16, 

Oct. 16, 



1949 

1949 

, 1950 

, 1951 
, 1951 
, 1951 

1949 
1949 
1949 
, 1949 
1949 

1949 
1949 
1949 

1949 
1949 



Feb. 12, 1951 



Sept. 10, 

Oct. 16, 

Oct. 16, 

Oct. 16, 

Feb. 27, 

July 23, 

Aug. 29, 

Oct. 16, 

Oct. 16, 

Oct. 16, 

Dec. 6, 

Oct. 16, 

Oct. 16, 

Oct. 16, 

Oct. 16, 

Nov. 13, 

Nov. 28, 

Feb. 6, 



1951 
1949 

1949 

1949 

1950 

1951 



FSS-3 

FSS-3 

FSS-3 

FSS-3 
FSS-3 
FSS-3 

FSS-4 
FSS-4 
FSS-4 
FSS-4 
FSS-4 

FSS-4 
FSS-4 
FSS-4 

FSS-4 
FSS-4 

FSS-4 

FSS-4 
FSS-4 

FSS-4 

FSS-4 

FSS-4 

FSS-4 



1951 FSS-4 -- 
1949 FSS-5 -- 



1949 

1949 
1949 

1949 

1949 

1949 

1949 
1949 

1949 
1950 



FSS-5 --■ 

FSS-5 --- 

FSS-6 --- 

FSS-5 --- 

FSS-5 --- 

FSS-5 --- 

FSS-5 --- 

FSS-5 --- 

FSS-5 --- 

FSS-5 --- 



Dec. 4, 1950 FSS-5 --- 



Oct. 16, 

Oct. 16, 

Oct. 16, 

Oct. 16, 

Oct. 30, 

Mar. 13, 

Apr. 20, 



1949 
1949 

1949 
1949 
1949 

1950 

1951 



FSS-6 
FSS-5 

FSS-5 
FSS-5 
FSS-5 

FSS-5 

FSS-5 



7,275 
7,275 

7,275 
7,275 

7,275 

7,221 
7,095 

7,095 
7,095 
7,095 

7,095 

7,095 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



33 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Salary 



Public Affairs 
-Continued. 



GERMANY (HICOG)- -Continued 
Bonn--Bad Godesberg (unless otherwise noted)--Continued 



William N. Goodall, community activities 

adviser. 
Rot)ert B. Gould, youth activities adviser ■ 
Eugene C. Nelson, religious affairs 
adviser. 

Philip D. McMains, admin, officer 

Max Klieber, printing and pubs, officer 

(Munich). 
Karl J. Loewenstein, purchasing officer 

(Munich). 
Thomas F. Schulz, info, and ed. specialist 

(Munich). 
Leonard B. Woodfield, scrutiny officer -- 

Anne M. Schuetz, statistical analyst 

Morton David Stone, info, and ed. spe- 
cialist. 
Fred W. Trembour, operations officer 
(opinion surveys). 

Fred W. Welty, press officer 

Aileen M. Miles, radio info, specialist -- 

Frank H. Jonas, info, specialist 

Karl F. Brauckmann,regional supervisor- 
Ernest J. Colton, regional supervisor — 
Ethel Elliot, cultural affairs officer 

(exchanges). 
Mary L. Trembour, special projects 

analyst. 
Frederick Cavanaugh, budget control 
officer. 

Caleb G. Baxter, admin, officer 

Anne G. Turner, public relations officer 

(exchanges). 
Neil Goedhard, cultural affairs officer -- 
Roland I. Perusse, public affairs officer- 
John S. Klaric, Jr., admin, asst. 

(Munich). 
Louise Conner, public relations officer -- 
James ^urdean Jones, audio and visual 

materials and reports officer. 
Garnetta Kramer, library control officer - 
Arthur S. Hoffman, info, and ed. spe- 
cialist. 
Herbert Jlivto, info, and ed. specialist -- 

Claude Jacoby, photographer 

Jean M. Kinnaird, info, specialist 

Rosemarie I. Sponner, press officer 

John F. Steineger, Jr. , cultural affairs 
officer; v. c. 

Henry A. Goodman, press officer 

Eire Stevens, reports asst 

Herwin Schaefer, cultural affairs adviser 

John D. Gough, admin, officer 

Robert M. Forcey, cultural affairs officer 

(exchanges). 
Lee Thompson Stull, audio and visual 

utilization officer. 
Michael P. Balla, admin, asst.; v. c 
Stuart E. Colie, regional supervisor — 
Francis J. Meehan, info, and ed. spe- 
cialist; v. c. 

Jeanne Cox, reports asst 

Helen G. McLaughlin, press officer asst - 

Roljert P. Ball, press officer 

Herbert M. Hutchinson, reports asst — 
Kempton Jenkins, info, and ed. specialist; 
V. c. (Munich). 



Aug. 2, 1951 



Sept. 
Oct. 

Oct. 
Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 



10, 1951 

3, 1951 

15, 1951 

16, 1949 

16, 1949 

16, 1949 

16, 1949 

16, 1949 

16, 1949 



Oct. 16, 1949 



Oct. 
Oct. 
June 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 



16, 1949 

16, 1949 

2, 1951 

16, 1949 

16, 1949 

16, 1949 



Oct. 16, 1949 
Nov. 25, 1949 



Sept. 
Mar. 

Oct. 

Nov. 
Feb. 

Oct. 
Oct. 

Oct. 

May 

May 
Oct. 
July 
Oct. 
Sept. 

May 
Sept. 
Dec. 
June 
July 



27, 1950 
19, 1949 

10, 1950 
30, 1950 
12, 1951 

16, 1949 
16, 1949 

16, 1949 
25, 1950 

21, 1951 

16, 1949 

9, 1951 

16, 1949 

17, 1950 

24, 1951 

12, 1951 

3, 1951 

12, 1950 

27, 1950 



Feb. 21, 1950 



Feb. 
Jan. 
Feb. 

Oct. 
Nov. 
Apr. 
Dec. 
Mar. 



23, 1950 

25, 1951 

7, 1951 

16, 1949 

21, 1950 

16, 1951 

8, 1950 
18, 1951 



FSS-5 -- 

FSS-5 -- 

FSS-5 -- 

FSS-5 -- 

FSS-6 -- 

FSS-6 --- 

FSS-6 --- 

FSS-6 --- 

FSS-6 — - 

FSS-6 --- 

FSS-6 --- 

FSS-6 -- 

FSS-6 -- 

FSS-6 -- 

FSS-7 -- 

FSS-7 -- 

FSS-7 -- 

FSS-7 -- 

FSS-7 -- 

FSS-7 -- 

FSS-7 -- 

FSS-7 -- 

FSS-7 -- 

FSS-7 -- 



FSS 
FSS 

FSS 
FSS 



FSS-7 - — 

FSS-9 --- 

FSS-9 --- 

FSS-B --- 

FSS-8 --- 

FSS-8 --- 

FSS-8 --- 

FSS-8 --- 

FSO-6 --- 

FSO-6 --- 

FSO-6 --- 

FSO-6 --- 

FSS-9 --- 

FSO-6 --- 

FSS-9 --- 

FSS-9 --- 

FSS-9 --- 

FSO-6 --- 

FSO-6 --- 



$7,095 



,095 
,095 

095 
861 

,861 

,861 

861 
681 
681 

,681 

681 
501 
501 
087 
087 
087 

087 

087 

087 
087 

087 
087 
087 

907 
907 

907 
907 

907 
439 
439 
313 
313 

313 
313 
313 
093 
093 

,993 

993 
899 
793 

719 
719 
719 
593 
593 



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GERMANY (fflCOG)--ConUnued 
Bonn--Bad Godestjerg (unless otherwise noted) --Continued 



Office of General Counsel 
(GC). 



Eli W. DeBevoise, gen. counsel 

Forrest S. Hannaman, chief of legal sers 

div. 
Grant W. Kelleher, asst. gen. counsel -■ 
Worth Byrd McCauley, chief atty. 

(Frankfort on the Main). 
Sidney Harold Willner, atty. (Frankfort 
on the Main). 

Knox Lamb, dep. gen. counsel 

S. Houston Lay, chief of law commn. and 

legislative affairs div. 
Joseph W. Bishop, special asst. to gen. 

counsel. 
Frederick G. Hulse, special asst. to gen. 
counsel. 

Stanley A. Disney, atty 

Gerhart Husserl, legal officer (Frankfort 

on the Main). 
Jacob I. Karro, asst. chief of legal sers. 

div. 
Walter E. Menke, dep. chief of law 
commn. and legislative affairs div. 
Edmund Heinz Schwenk, legal officer --- 

Joachim Von Elbe, legal officer -- 

Joseph E. McDoweU, atty. ; dep. chief of 
div. 

Richard C. Hagan, prisons officer 

Richard H. Lansdale, legal officer 

Henry F. Waldstein, chief of lepislative 

br. (HICOG). 
Randolph H. Newman, atty. (Frankfort 

on the Main). 
Thomas C. Lancian, asst. chief atty. 
(Frankfort on the Main). 

Paul Eugen Moeller, atty 

Herbert L. Sultan, atty 

Anthony H. Bergson, atty -- 

Harry Gaberman, atty. ; investigator 

Edgar Martin Gerlach, prison officer — 
Hardy Campbell Lee, chief of gen. law br- 
RichardA. Ruppert, trial atty. (Frankfort 

on the Main). 
William A. Acton, cml. specialist 

(Frankfort on the Main). 
James F. Tierney, cml. specialist 
(Frankfort on the Main). 

Francis Hamilton Baldy, atty 

John Sexton Jamas, Jr., atty 

William Blitz, business economist 

Paul James Gernert, prison officer 

Donald C. Noggle, trial atty. (Munich) -- 
Lloyd Henry Rooney, trial atty. 
(Stuttgart). 

William Irving Hart, atty 

Harold Edwin Kuhn, atty - 

Werner Loewenthal, property officer — 
Kermit Van Leuven, trial atty, 
(Giessen). 

Elizabeth K. Lange, atty 

Saul Moskowitz, prison officer (Munich) - 
Julius I. Rudolph, Jr. , trial atty. 
(Regensburg). ' 

Robert H. Heilbrunn, attj^ 

WiUiam D. ^anfield, trial atty. (Nurnberg) 

Marshall J. Herro, prison officer 

Irvin Robbins, trial atty. (Berlin) 

Richard C. Sheldon, trial atty. (Augsburg) 
James L. Greenhill, trial atty. (Munich) - 



June 6, 1951 
Oct. 16, 1949 

Jan. 23, 1950 
Oct. 16, 1949 

Jan. 23, 1950 

Oct. 16, 1949 
Mar. 21, 1950 

May 23, 1950 

Nov. 21, 1949 

Sept. 4, 1950 
Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 
Oct. 16, 1949 
Jan. 24, 1950 

Oct. 16, 1949 
Oct. 16, 1949 
Oct. 27, 1949 

Mar. 8, 1950 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 30, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 



May 15, 1950 

May 26, 1950 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 30, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Nov. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 



Aug. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Apr. 
Oct. 



31, 
16, 
16, 
16, 
3, 
16, 



1950 
1949 
1949 
1949 
1950 
1949 



FSR-1 -- 
FSR-2 -- 

FSR-2 -- 
FSR-2 -- 

FSR-2 -- 

FSR-2 -- 
FSR-2 -- 

FSR-2 -- 

FSS-1 -- 

FSS-1 -- 
FSS-1 -- 

FSS-1 -- 

FSS-1 -- 

FSS-1 -- 
FSS-1 -- 
FSS-1 -- 

FSS-1 -- 
FSS-1 -- 
FSS-1 -- 

FSS-1 --■ 

FSS-2 --■ 

FSS-2 --■ 

FSS-2 --- 

FSS-3 --- 

FSS-3 --- 

FSS-3 --- 

FSS-3 — - 

FSS-3 --- 

FSS-3 --- 

FSS-3 - — 

FSS-3 --- 

FSS-3 - — 

FSS-4 --- 

FSS-4 --- 

FSS-4 --- 

FSS-4 --- 

FSS-3 - 

FSS-4 - 

FSS-4 - 

FSS-4 - 

FSS-4 - 
FSS-4 - 
FSS-5 - 

FSS-4 - 

FSS-5 - 

FSS-5 - 

FSS-5 - 

FSS-5 -■ 

FSS-6 - 



8 


,721 


8 


,721 


8 


,721 


8 


,721 


8 


,649 


8 


649 


8 


649 


8 


649 


8 


481 


8 


169 


8 


169 


8, 


169 


8. 


169 


7, 


929 


7, 


875 


7, 


689 


7, 


635 


7, 


635 


7, 


635 


7, 


635 


7, 


401 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



35 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Salary 



GERMANY (HICOG)- -Continued 
Bonn--Bad Godesberg (unless otherwise noted)--Continued 



f General Counsel 
-Continued. 



Edward T. Erdington, trial atty. 

(Frankfort on the Main). 
Ronald Dadamio, trial atty. (Wurzburg) - 
Gerald D. Fowlie, trial atty. (Mannheim) 
Alberts. Osborne, trial atty. (Ansbach) - 

Marjorie N. Robbins, librarian 

Joseph Peter Friske, trial atty. (Munich) 

Solomon Boock, trial atty. (Bremen) 

William F. Jones, trial atty. (Frankfort 

on the Main). 

Edv/ard Quintin Carr, Jr., atty 

Wallace G. Dempsey, atty. (Frankfort on 

the Main). 
George W. Oliphant, trial atty. 

(Regensburg). 
Clarence E. Vores, trial atty. 

(Heidelberg). 

Ernst M. Lampe, atty 

Jerome L. Silverstein, trial atty. 

(Frankfort on the Main). 
John Lewis Tinnerello, v. c. ; trial atty. 

(Stuttgart). 

William J. Schrenk, Jr., atty 

Donald A. Wehmeyer, atty 

George B. Munroe, atty 

Emil L. Gulyassy, atty 

Josephs. Bare, Jr., atty 

Eugene A. T. Luebker, admin, officer -- 

Glenn George Wolfe, exec, dir.jatt 

David Wilken, att - 

Theo Elmer Hall, chief of personnel div - 
Fletcher D. Mitchell, Jr., chief of fiscal 

sers. br. 
D wight J. Porter, chief of mgmt. and 

budget div. 
Thomas J. Carolan, chief of admin, sers. 

div. 

W. Pierce MacCoy, special asst 

Ernest T. Wolf, admin, officer 

Jack Blanchard Minor, For. Ser. Staff 

officer; att. 
Jack Henry Lennon, special asst. to dir - 
Edward J. Sheppard, chief of communica- 
tions br. 
Wallace B. McNett, dep. chief of fiscal 

sers. br. 
John B. Mason, public affairs officer 

(civic activities). 
Hermann R. Habicht, chief of reports br - 
Gerald S. Bushnell, dep. chief of mgmt. 

and budget div. 
Bruce L. McDaniel, chief of operating 

facilities br. 
Alfred D. Mittendorf, Jr. , org. and 

methods examiner. 
John A. Danisch, org. and methods 

examiner (Frankfort on the Main). 
Edward F. Tennant, chief of accounting 

section. 
Idar Rimestad, asst. chief of personnel 

div. 
Emory F. Armstrong, asst. chief of 

personnel div. 

Joseph T. Bartos, finance officer 

Frank W. Blanchette, external auditor -- 
Richard E. Jones, dep. chief; For. Ser. 

Staff officer; att. (Frankfort on the 

Main). 



Oct. 16, 1949 



Nov. 17, 

Nov. 18, 

Oct. 16, 

Oct. 16, 

Nov. 21, 

Oct. 16, 

Oct. 16, 



1949 
1949 
1949 
1949 
1949 
1949 
1949 



Jan. 16, 1950 

May 1, 1950 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 



June 29, 1950 FSS-6 
Jan. 9, 1951 FSS-B 



FSS-5 

FSS-5 
FSS-5 
FSS-6 
FSS-6 
FSS-6 
FSS-5 
FSS-5 

FSS-5 
FSS-5 

FSS-I 

FSS-6 



Apr. 17, 1950 



July 31, 

June 19, 

Sept. 21, 

Jan. 10, 

Aug. 14, 

Sept. 17, 



1950 
1951 
1951 
1952 
1950 
1951 



May 
July 
Oct. 
Oct. 

Nov. 

Jan. 

Sept. 

Aug. 

Oct. 

Oct, 
Oct. 

Dec. 

Feb. 

Oct. 
Oct. 

June 

Oct. 

Nov. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Oct. 
Oct. 
Mar. 



9, 1949 

8, 1949 

16, 1949 

16, 1949 

21, 1949 

30, 1950 

1, 1950 

24, 1949 
5, 1949 

16, 1949 
16, 1949 

12, 1949 

10, 1950 

16, 1949 
16, 1949 

25, 1950 
16, 1949 

1, 1950 

21, 1949 

1, 1949 

29, 1949 

16, 1949 
16, 1949 
23, 1950 



FSS-6 - — 

FSS-7 
FSS-8 
FSS-8 
FSS-8 
FSS-9 
FSS-9 

FSR-1 
FSR-2 
FSR-2 
FSR-2 

FSR-2 

FSR-2 

FSS-l 
FSS-1 
FSS-1 

FSS-1 
FSS-1 

FSS-1 

FSS-1 

FSS-2 
FSS-1 

FSS-1 

FSS-2 

FSS-2 

FSS-2 

FSS-2 

FSS-2 

FSS-2 
PSS-2 
FSS-2 



$ 7,275 

7,275 
7,275 
7,221 
7,221 
7,221 
7,095 
7,095 

7,095 
7,095 

6,681 

6,681 

6,681 
6,681 

6,501 

5,907 
5,313 
5,313 
5,313 
4,719 
4,719 

13,600 
11,500 
11, 500 
11,500 

11,500 

11,150 

11,130 
10,250 
10,250 

10,250 
10,250 

10, 250 

10, 250 

10,250 
9,950 

9,950 

9,950 

9,950 

9,710 

9,470 

9,470 

9,470 
9,470 
9,470 



36 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: APRIL 1, 1952 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



GERMANY (fflCOG)-- Continued 
Bonn-Bad Godesberg (unless otherwise noted)- -Continued 



Office of Executive 

Director (ED)- -Continued 



George L. Simonson, org. and methods 
examiner. 

Lawrence A. Phillips, special asst 

Paul K. Morris, org. and methods 

examiner. 
Raymond Earl Chapman, statistician — 
Chase E. Laurendine, communications 

engineer. 
John Stanley Meadows, communications 

engineer. 
William J. Monticone, budget and fiscal 

officer. 
Floyd E. Masten, map procurement 

officer. 
Louis Howard Dufault, chief of visual 

presentation section. 
John Francis Rieger, For. Ser. Staff 

officer. 
William E. Willey, chief of procurement 
and supply section. 

Charles F. Flinner, accountant 

Edward C. Gallagher, planning officer -- 
William A. Steinacker, chief of printing 
and reproduction section . 

Frank M. Bryan, budget officer 

Henry A. Dunlap, cultural officer (info. 

centers). 
Carl Emil Westrum, For. Ser. Staff 
officer. 

Christopher M. Mitchell, auditor 

Neal E. Kimm, special asst. to chief of 

admin, sers. div. 
Leonard H. Starbird, apartment supt. 
(Frankfort on the Main). 

Joseph E. Flaherty, budget analyst 

Edward W. Cordell, org. and methods 

examiner. 
Joseph M. Franckenstein, info, and 
education specialist (Frankfort on the 
Main). 

Harold W. Graham, admin, officer 

Sarah Lena Kruskall, placement officer; 
asst. chief of employee utilization br. 
Laura Lee Pratt, chief of sers. and trans- 
actions br. 
Glenn Joseph Reinsel, chief of internal 

audit section. 
Peter Roberts, org. and methods examiner 
Henrietta Klebe, chief of regulations and 

procurement br. 
Max L. Shimp, chief of motor transport 

section. 
John F. Collins, chief of space mgmt. 

section. 
Thomas H. Callahan, budget analyst 

(Frankfort on the Main). 
Joseph A. Angotti, budget and fiscal 

officer (Berlin). 
David D. Hoyt, For. Ser. Staff officer -- 
Allan Chase, budget and fiscal officer 

(Frankfort on the Main). 
Ronald A. Gaiduk, For. Ser. Staff officer 

Frank Kemler, supervisory auditor 

Barnett Morris Rosen, supervisory 

auditor. 
Thomas A. Gavin, community sers. 

officer. 
Charles R. Bakey, records administrator- 
Margaret E. Booth, placement officer -- 



Oct. 

Apr. 
Dec. 

Oct. 
Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Apr. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Apr. 

Aug. 
Sept. 
Oct. 

Oct. 
Oct. 



28, 


1949 


5, 


1950 


10, 


1951 


16, 


1949 


16, 


1949 


16, 


1949 


16, 


1949 


6, 


1951 


16, 


1949 


16, 


1949 


20, 


1950 



28, 1950 

16, 1951 

13, 1951 

16, 1949 

16, 1949 



Oct. 16, 1949 



June 

Aug. 



1, 19501 
27, 1951 



Nov. 29, 1949 



Sept. 
Oct. 



11, 1950 
16, 1949 



Oct. 16, 1949 



Oct. 
Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Nov. 

Mar. 

Sept. 

Dec. 

Oct. 

July 
Oct. 

Oct. 
Oct. 

Nov. 



16, 1949 
16, 1949 

16, 1949 

16, 1949 

16, 1949 
8, 1949 

1, 1950 

17, 1950 

2, 1949 

16, 1949 

5, 1950 
16, 1949 

16, 1949 
16, 1949 
10, 1949 



Dec. 4, 1950 



Oct. 
Oct. 



16. 1949 
16, 1949 



FSS-3 --- 

FSS-2 --- 
FSS-2 --- 

FSS-3 --- 
FSS-3 --- 

FSS-3 — - 

FSS-3 — - 

FSS-3 --- 

FSS-3 --- 

FSS-3 --- 

FSS-3 — - 

FSS-3 --- 
FSS-4 --- 
FSS-4 --- 

FSS-3 --- 
FSS-3 - 

FSS-3 - 

FSS-3 - 
FSS-3 -- 

FSS-5 -- 

FSS-5 -- 
FSS-4 -- 

FSS-4 -- 



FSS-4 - 
FSS-4 - 

FSS-4 - 

FSS-4 - 

FSS-4 - 
FSS-4 - 

FSS-4 - 

FSS-4 -■ 

FSS-4 -• 

FSS-5 -- 

FSS-5 -- 
FSS-5 -- 

FSS-5 -- 
FSS-5 -- 
FSS-5 -- 

FSS-6 -- 

FSS-5 -- 
FSS-5 -- 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



37 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Salary 



GERMANY (HICOG)— Continued 
Bonn--Bad Godestjerg (unless otherwise noted)- -Continued 



Executive Director 
Continued. 



PhUip B. Dahl, budget analyst 

George E. Dickerson, real estate officer 

(Frankfort on the Main). 
Joseph C. O'Connell, budget and fiscal 

officer (Munich). 
Harry Thomas Searl, training officer --- 
Ralph F. Young, special asst. to chief -- 

DeWitt V. Kiernan, apartment supt 

Viola C. Ames, policy and regulations 

officer. 
Milton H. Eshleman, supervisory auditor- 
Charles W. Falkner, accountant -- 

Elsie C. Haaker, employee relations 

officer. 
William S. Hoffmann, space mgmt. officer 

(Frankfort on the Main). 
Robert R. Bliss, Sr. , budget and fiscal 

officer (Frankfort on the Main). 
Robert B. Stitt, asst. procurement 

officer (Frankfort on the Main). 
Beatrice D. Nelson, classification officer- 
Wayne L. Catching, disbursing officer -- 

Henry J. Paoli, operation engineer 

Cecil B. Banner, supply officer (Frankfort 

on the Main). 
James C. Wright, admin, officer; dep. 

chief of procurement and supply section. 
Edward J. Dembski, fiscal accountant -- 
Ralph Carrol Nichols, asst. chief of 

motor transport section. 
Hyman Goldstein, budget and fiscal officer 

(Munich). 
Neil M. Goen, records administrator — 
John F. Doyle, Jr. , org. and methods 
examiner. 

Thomas Gikas, finance officer 

James P. Conley, courier ser. supervisor 
Robert J. Comings, budget and fiscal 

officer (Berlin). 
George R. Jennings, budget and fiscal 

officer (Stuttgart). 
Eugenie Zawadzki, pubs, procurement 

officer (Berlin). 
Wendell A. Pike, org. and methods 
examiner. 

David R. Curtin, fiscal accountant 

Jerome S. Wrubel, For. Ser. Staff 

officer. 
George E. Ranslow, stock control officer 

(Frankfort on the Main). 
Helen H. Brumbaugh, employee relations 

officer. 
Bernard W. Lewis, classification analyst - 
Hugh O. Capps, Jr. , employee relations 

officer. 

Dorothy A. Leadbetter, placement tech- 
nician. 
Hall ward A. Danielsen, placement officer- 
John T. C. Cronley, printing specialist - 
William P. McEneaney, admin, officer - 
Daniel G. Lenihan, employee relations 

officer; v. c. 
Domingo A. Monteiro, budget and fiscal 

officer (Bremen). 
Nathan H. Heubeck, communications sers. 

officer. 
Walter A. Galling, cultural officer 
(Schwabisch Gmvind). 



Oct. 
Oct. 



16, 1949 
16, 1949 



Oct. 16, 1949 



Oct. 
Oct. 
Dec. 
May 

Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Nov. 

Feb. 
May 
Jan. 
Mar. 



16, 1949 

16, 1949 

26, 1950 

11, 1951 

16, 1949 
16, 1949 
16, 1949 

16, 1949 

30, 1949 
13, 1949 

6, 1950 

31, 1950 
19, 1951 

12, 1951 



Oct. 30, 1949 



Oct. 
Oct. 



16, 1949 
16, 1949 



Nov. 27, 1949 



May 
Aug. 

Oct. 

Sept. 
Oct. 

Apr. 

Apr. 

June 

July 
Nov. 

Apr. 

Oct. 

June 
Aug. 



28, 1950 
14, 1950 

16, 1949 

29, 1949 
16, 1949 

10, 1950 

30, 1950 

10, 1950 

24, 1950 
12, 1950 

6, 1951 

16, 1949 

1, 1950 
30, 1950 



Dec. 11, 1950 



Jan. 
June 
Dec. 
Oct. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Apr. 



3, 1951 

25, 1951 
31, 1951 
16, 1949 

18, 1950 

26, 1950 
30, 1950 



FSS-5 - 
FSS-5 -- 

FSS-5 -- 

FSS-5 -- 

FSS-5 -- 

FSS-5 -- 

FSS-5 -- 

FSS-5 -- 
FSS-5 -- 
FSS-5 -- 

FSS-5 -- 

FSS-5 -- 

FSS-5 -- 

FSS-5 -- 

FSS-5 — 

FSS-5 -- 

FSS-5 -- 

FSS-7 — 

FSS-6 -- 
FSS-6 -- 

FSS-6 -- 

FSS-6 -- 
FSS-6 -- 

FSS-7 — ■ 
FSS-6 --• 
FSS-6 — 

FSS-6 — 

FSS-6 -- 

FSS-6 --- 

FSS-6 — - 
FSS-6 --- 

FSS-6 --- 

FSS-7 --- 

FSS-7 — - 
FSS-7 — 

FSS-7 — - 

FSS-7 --- 

FSS-7 - — 

FSS-7 --- 

FSS-7 — 

FSS-7 — 

FSS-7 --- 

FSS-7 --- 






$7,275 
7,275 

7,275 

7,275 
7,275 
7,275 
7,275 

7,095 
7,095 
7,095 

7,095 

7,095 

7,095 

7,095 
7,095 
7,095 
7,095 

6,807 

6,681 
6,681 

6,681 

6,681 
6,681 

6,627 
6,501 
6,501 

6,501 

6,501 

6,501 

6,501 
6,501 

6,501 

6,087 

6,087 
6,087 

6,087 

6,087 
6,087 
6,087 
5,907 

5,907 

5,907 

5,907 



38 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: APRIL 1, 1952 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



GERMANY (HICOG)- -Continued 
Bonn--Bad Godesberg (unless otherwise noted)--Continued 



Office of Executive Director 
(ED)- -Continued. 



Office of Labor Affairs 
(L). 



George J. Warren, communications 
supervisor. 

Ale>[ander M. Bickel, legal officer 

Alfred C. Chadbourn, gen. sers. officer - 
Harry R. Swanson, chief of travel section- 
Robert H. Bell, plant mgr. (Frankfort on 

the Main). 
Ruth M. Cannon, org. and methods 

examiner. 
James D. Smith, property officer 

(Frankfort on the Main). 
Mary H. Anderson, payroll supervisor -- 
John L. Smith, voucher audit supervisor - 
Margaret P. Welsh, billeting officer 

(Frankfort on the Main). 
Stanley S. Chowaniec, communications 

technician. 
Howard Van Arsdale, asst. plant mgr -- 

Ruth D. McDonough, nurse 

James S. Waddington, personnel asst — 
Wesley F. Hawes, property accounting 

officer (Frankfort on the Main). 
Thomas F. Hoctor, org. and methods 

examiner (Frankfort on the Main). 
ThaddeusA. Herrick, Jr., admin, asst.; 

V. c. 
Harold L. Henrikson, v. c. ; visa officer 

(Stuttgart). 
William N. Harben, asst. pubs, procure- 
ment officer. 

Lloyd M. Rives, v. e 

Isidore Edelman.corr. control supervisor- 
Marie C. Gravener, placement technician 
(Frankfort on the Main). 

Eugene E. Morris, garage supt 

Richard C. Simpkins, resident officer 

(Stuttgart). 
Gordon G. Heiner, 3d, admin, asst. 

(Wiesbaden). 
Spencer P. Miller, Jr., org. and methods 

examiner. 
Mary A. Kellogg, employee sers. tech- 
nician. 
Hazel L. S. Medlock, disbursing officer - 

Bryce M. Gerlach, reports officer 

Erna J. Gundrum, travel asst 

Joseph J. Prantl, property and claims 
officer (automotive). 

Donald E. Spencer, supply asst 

Evelyn M. Hardoin, asst. U.S. disburse- 
ment officer. 
Robert Deeping, community sers. officer- 
Charlotta Heubeck, travel asst. (Frankfort 
on the Main). 

Betty J. Rost, shorthand reporter 

Ramon M. Gibson, asst. communications 

officer. 
Frederick C. Bealke, Jr. , procedures 
technician. 

Andrew C. Hatch, depot supt 

James R. Huntley, admin, technician — 

Rudolf F. Bertram, act. dir. of office of 

labor affairs. 

Glenn E. Garrett, labor economist 

William Lloyd White, labor economist; 

att. 

Emil Erdreich, labor economist 

Rhea Frances Maxson, labor economist - 



Aug. 9, 1950 


FSS-7 --- 


$ 5, 907 


Aug. 14, 1950 
Jan. 8, 1951 
May 1, 1951 
Aug. 27, 1951 


FSS-7 --- 
FSS-7 --- 
FSS-7 --- 
FSS-7 --- 


5,907 
5,907 
5,907 
5.907 


Oct. 16, 1949 


FSS-8 --- 


5,493 


Oct. 16, 1949 


FSS-8 --- 


5,493 


Feb. 12, 1950 
Nov. 11, 1950 
Oct. 16, 1949 


FSS-8 --- 
FSS-8 --- 
FSS-8 --- 


5,493 
5,493 
5,313 


Feb. 4, 1950 


FSS-8 --- 


5,313 


May 15, 1950 
Dec. 16, 1950 
Jan. 8, 1951 
Jan. 10, 1951 


FSS-8 --- 
FSS-8 --- 
FSS-8 --- 
FSS-8 --- 


5,313 
5,313 
5,313 
5,313 


Feb. 27, 1950 


FSO-6 - — 


5,093 


May 25, 1950 


FSO-6 --- 


5,093 


June 19, 1950 


FSO-6 --- 


5,093 


Feb. 23, 1950 


FSO-6 --- 


4,993 


May 23, 1950 
Oct. 16, 1949 
Oct. 16, 1949 


FSO-6 --- 
FSS-9 --- 
FSS-9 --- 


4,993 
4,899 
4,899 


July 27, 1950 
Sept. 27, 1950 


FSS-9 --- 
FSO-6 --- 


4,899 
4,793 


Nov. 24, 1950 


FSO-6 --- 


4,793 


Dec. 7, 1950 


FSO-6 --- 


4,793 


Jan. 17, 1947 


FSS-9 --- 


4,719 


Apr. 24, 1948 
Oct. 16, 1949 
Oct. 16, 1949 
Oct. 16, 1949 


FSS-9 --- 
FSS-9 --- 
FSS-9 --- 
FSS-9 --- 


4,719 
4,719 
4,719 
4,719 


Oct. 16, 1949 
Nov. 11, 1949 


FSS-9 --- 
FSS-9 --- 


4,719 
4,719 


May 28, 1950 
June 21, 1950 


FSS-9 --- 
FSS-9 — - 


4,719 
4,719 


Oct. 5, 1950 
Jan. 5, 1951 


FSS-9 --- 
FSS-9 — - 


4,719 
4,719 


Jan. 31, 1951 


FSS-9 --- 


4,719 


Feb. 16, 1951 
Jan. 2, 1952 


FSS-9 --- 
FSS-9 --- 


4,719 
4,719 


Oct. 16, 1949 


FSR-2 --- 


11,500 


Oct. 16, 1949 
Nov. 27, 1949 


FSS-1 --- 
FSR-3 --- 


10, 550 
9,730 


Oct. 16, 1949 
Oct. 16, 1949 


FSS-2 --- 
FSS-2 --- 


9,710 
9,470 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



39 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Salary 



^tx>r Affairs 
ntinued. 



GERMANY (HICOG)- -Continued 
Bonn--Bad Godesberg (unless otherwise noted)- 



Albert H. Berman, labor economist 

Chris Walter Jorgensen, labor economist- 

S. Earl Grigsby, social economist 

Fred P. Treitz, labor liaison officer — 
Rudolf F. Raube, labor liaison officer -- 
Henry O. Leichter, research analyst — 
Theodore E. Gucwa, admin, asst 



icurity Board 



for Germany 



Continued 






Oct. 16, 1949 


FSS-2 --- 


$ 9,230 


Jan. 5, 1950 


FSS 3 --- 


8,481 


Apr. 23, 1951 


FSS-3 --- 


8,481 


June 3, 1951 


FSS-5 --- 


7,095 


Aug. 3, 1951 


FSS-5 --- 


7,095 


Aug. 7, 1950 


FSS-6 -- 


6,501 


Oct. 16, 1949 


FSS-9 --- 


4,899 



Coblenz (unless otherwise noted) 

Col. Earl F. Thomson, commr 

Maj. Jester M. Loomis, asst. to chief -- 
Maj. John W. Scott, dep. chief of ma- 
terials and tech. br. 
Carl H. Nordstrom, chief of scientific 

research div. 
Clarence Wendel, special consultant 

(Bonn). 
Theodore Alfred Rude, dep. chief of 

industry div. 
Lionel L. Brunton, engineer (gen. ) 

(Wiesbaden). 
Ervin H. Bramhall, dep. chief of 

scientific research div. 
Harry Jan Coster, physical sci. admin- 
istrator (Wiesbaden). 
Fred S. Perkerson, chemist (Wiestoden) - 
Rudolph M. Langer, physicist (Wiesbaden) 
Jacob Fullmer, mil. security officer 

(Land Bavaria and Munich). 
Arthur M. Garrison, mil. security officer 
(Land wiirttemberg- Baden and Stuttgart). 
Victor L. Billings, chief of patents br -- 

John C. Barrett, metallurgist 

Earl F. Kiernan, elect, engineer 

Henning B. Dieter, mech. engineer 

Julian A. Hillman, mil. security officer 
(Wiesbaden). 

Joseph Rivkin, chemical engineer 

Josephs. Korfanty, industrial specialist - 

Theodore L. Morris, elect, engineer 

Donald M. Pearson, mech. engineer — 

Richard Allan Steele, comm. sec 

Nils G. Anderson, physical sci. adminis- 
trator (Wiesbaden). 
Kenneth M. Barnett, physicist; meteor- 
ologist (Wiesbaden). 

Edward William Rapp, metallurgist 

James Burns Zahner, cml. specialist -- 
George W. Brossard, patents examiner - 

Farris Mansour, investigator 

Charles Sedgwick, comm. sec 

Leon Alchevsky, interpreter; translator 

(French). 
John J. Lequar, reports and statistic 
officer. 

Lawrence P. Fellows, comm. sec 

Joseph T. Skehan, comm. sec 

Vincent J. Mullins, admin, officer 



Oct. 
Dec. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Dec. 



16, 1949 



FSR-2 



28, 1950 FSR-2 -- 



16, 1949 

16, 1949 

4, 1950 



Oct. 16, 1949 



Oct. 

Sept. 

Oct. 



16, 
24, 
16, 



1949 
1950 
1949 



Oct. 16, 1949 



Oct. 
June 
Apr. 
July 
Oct. 

Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 



16, 1949 

19, 1950 

8, 1951 

16, 1951 

16, 1949 



16, 
16, 
16, 
16, 
16, 
30, 



1949 
1949 
1949 
1949 
1949 
1949 



Oct. 16, 1949 



Feb. 

Oct. 

Nov. 

Mar. 

June 

Oct. 



14, 1950 

16, 1949 

13, 1949 

1, 1950 

11, 1950 

30, 1949 



Oct. 16, 1949 



Sept. 

Jan. 

Oct. 



7, 1950 

15, 1951 

16, 1949 



Frankfort on the Main (unless otherwise noted) 



William Clark, chief justice 

Fred J. Cohn, justice (Nurnberg) 

Carl Whitney pnUghum, assoc. justice --■ 

Marc J. Robinson, assoc. justice 

H. Lloyd Ericsson, justice (Nurnberg) -- 
Peter J. Flanagan, justice (Niirnberg) -- 



Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 

Nov. 
Nov. 



16, 
16, 
16, 
16, 
13, 
21, 



1949 
1949 
1949 
1949 
1949 
1949 



FSS-1 -- 

FSS-2 -- 

FSS-1 — 

FSS-2 -- 

FSS-2 -- 
FSS-2 -- 
FSS-3 -- 

FSS-3 -- 

FSS-2 -- 

FSS-2 -- 

FSS-2 -- 

FSS-2 — 

FSS-3 -- 

FSS-3 -- 

FSS-3 -- 

FSS-3 -- 

FSS-3 — 

FSS-3 -- 

FSS-3 -- 

FSS-3 --■ 

FSS-3 --■ 

FSS-5 --■ 

FSS-5 --- 

FSS-6 --- 

FSS-6 --- 

FSS-7 — - 

FSS-7 --- 

FSS-7 --- 
FSS-8 --- 
FSS-8 — - 



FSR-1 
FSR-2 
FSR-2 
FSR-2 
FSR-2 
FSR-2 



11, 500 

11,130 

10, 550 

10, 250 

10,250 

9,710 

•«,710 
9,470 
9,441 

9,441 

9,230 
9,230 
9,230 
9,230 
9,201 

9,201 
8,961 
8,961 
8,961 
8,961 
8,961 

8,721 

8,481 
7,275 
7,095 
6,681 
6,681 
6,447 

5,907 

5,907 
5,493 
5,313 



13, 200 
11,150 
11,150 
11,150 
11,150 
11,150 



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Post 




Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



GERMANY (HICOG)--Continued 
Frankfort on the Main (unless otherwise noted)--Continued 



U.S. Courts for Germany 
(USC)--Continued. 



U.S. Consulate (C) 



Leo M. Goodman, chief presiding dist. 

judge (Munich). 
James York Johnson, dist. judge 

(Stuttgart). 
Dewitt White, chief presiding dist. judge - 

Robert L. Guthrie, dist. judge 

Fred Joseph Harris, judge (Regensburg) -- 

Carl A. Turmo, judge (Nurnberg) 

Homer Mirmis Lyon, dist. judge 

(Augsburg). 
Paul Eugene Madden, dist. judge 
(Mannheim). 

John Joshua Speight, dist. judge 

Wilhelm H. Roberz, dist. judge (Munich) - 

John C. Campbell, dist. judge 

Ambrose Fuller, dist. judge (Munich) 

Tench Tilgham Marye, dist. judge 

William R. Reichert, dist. judge (Marburg) 
John Archer Sabo, dist. judge (Berlin) -- 
Marvin B. Colbert, dist. judge (Munich) -- 
Peter M. Stupar, dist. judge (Mannheim) - 

Alexis S. Basinski, judge (Wiirzburg) 

Roy Smith Wood, judge (Regensburg) 

Mason S. Lebaron, judge (Niirnberg) 

William A. Jacobsen, magistrate 

(Stuttgart). 
Sadie B. Arbuthnot, U.S. judge (Stuttgart)- 
Joseph Morse Mandell, magistrate 

(Munich). 
William F. Wright, magistrate (Munich) -- 
Harold C. Shannon, dep. admin, officer -- 

Hanns E. Gleichman, elk. of ct 

Hans Lamm, interpreter (Nurnberg) 

Samuel S. Horn, interpreter (Nurnberg) -- 
Lester Adolph Kolste, elk. marshal 
(Berlin). 

Charles A. Phillips, legal asst 

Cora J. Walker, admin, officer - 

Henry Einstein, elk. of ct. (Nurnberg) --- 
Henry Royal Carley, elk. marshal 
(Nurnberg). 

Anne Daniels, shorthand reporter 

Manfred Guggenheim, elk. marshal 

Richard A. Wolf, elk. marshal (Stuttgart) - 
Pauline K. Leonaiu% shorthand reporter - 
Wiley E. Robinette, elk. marshal 

(Regensburg). 
John J. Herman, elk. marshal (Munich) - 
Helen Louise Eyler, elk. marshal 

(Bremen). 
Margaret I. Hawk, elk. marshal 



Oct. 16, 1949 FSS-2 



Oct. 16, 1949 



Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 



30, 1949 

16, 1949 

16, 1949 

16, 1949 

16, 1949 



Oct. 16, 1949 FSS-3 



FSS-2 

FSS-2 
FSS-3 
FSS-2 
FSS-2 
FSS-3 



Oct. 

Nov. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Nov. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 
Oct. 

Oct. 
Mar. 
Oct. 
Oct. 

Nov. 
Oct. 

Oct. 
Oct. 
Nov. 
Oct. 

Oct. 
Oct. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Oct. 

Oct. 
Oct. 



16, 1949 

13, 1949 

16, 1949 

16, 1949 

16, 1949 

16, 1949 

16, 1949 

16, 1949 

16, 1949 

16, 1949 

21, 1949 
16, 1949 
30, 1949 

16, 1949 
16, 1949 

16, 1949 

18, 1951 

16, 1949 

16, 1949 

22, 1949 
16, 1949 

16, 1949 
30, 1949 
21, 1949 
16, 1949 

16, 1949 

16, 1949 

13, 1949 

18, 1949 

30, 1949 

16, 1949 
16, 1949 



Berlin (unless otherwise noted) 



Robert B. Streeper, cons, gen 

Bryant Buckingham, cons 

Robert A. Brown, v. c 

Harold C. Roser, Jr. , v. c 
Edward J. Krache, Jr., v. c 
Edgar E. Garwood.Jr. , v. c 
Nicholas G. Andrews, v. c 

Herman T. Skofield, v. c 

Edwin Howard Rohde, v. c 

Oscar L. Cassels, v. c 

Jack B. Button, v. c 



Oct. 16, 1949 



1950 
1948 
1950 
1950 
1950 
1948 
1950 
1951 
1949 
1951 
1951 



FSS-3 
FSS-3 

FSS-3 ■ 

FSS-3 ■ 

FSS-3 - 

FSS-3 - 

FSS-3 - 

FSS-3 - 

FSS-3 - 

FSS-4 - 

FSS-4 - 

FSS-4 - 

FSS-5 - 

FSS-5 - 
FSS-5 - 

FSS-5 - 

FSS-5 - 

FSS-8 - 

FSS-8 - 

FSS-8 - 

FSS-7 - 

FSS-7 - 

FSS-8 - 

FSS-8 - 

FSS-9 - 

FSS-9 -• 

FSS-9 -■ 

FSS-9 -■ 

FSS-9 -■ 

FSS-9 -- 

FSS-9 -- 
FSS-9 -- 

FSS-9 -- 



8 


961 


8 


961 


8 


961 


8 


961 


8 


721 


8 


721 


7 


929 


7 


929 


7, 


689 


7, 


455 


7, 


275 


7, 


275 



June 


6 


Apr. 


5 


Jan. 


20 


July 


3 


July 


20 


Apr. 


22 


Aug. 


11 


Feb. 


13, 


June 


21, 


Jan. 


5. 


July 


18, 



FSO-2 --- 


11,130 


FSO-4 --- 


7,863 


FSS-8 --- 


5,313 


FSO-6 --- 


5,093 


FSO-6 -- 


4,993 


FSS-9 --- 


4,899 


FSO-6 - - 


4,793 


FSO-6 --- 


4,793 


FSS-9 --- 


4,719 


FSS-9 --- 


4,719 


FSO-6 --- 


4,393 



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41 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Salary 



Element (EE) 



mand'^r Berlin 



GERMANY (HICOG)-- Continued 
Berlin (unless otherwise noted)- -Continued 



Anthony Geber, chief of econ. div -- 
Charles E. Hulick, Jr., chief of pol. 
Marion K. Mitchell, pol. officer — 
Albert W. Stoffel, v. c.;econ. officer 
Moncrieff J. Spear, pol. officer — 
Lawrence C. Mitchell, pol. analyst 
Heyward Isham, econ. officer 



div- 



Oct. 18, 1949 


FSS-2 --- 


$9,470 


May 4, 1951 


FSO-4 --- 


7,263 


Mar. 19, 1947 


FSS-7 --- 


6,087 


June 23, 1950 


FSO-5 --- 


5,713 


Aug. 23, 1950 


FSO-6 --- 


4,993 


Mar. 8, 1950 


FSO-6 --- 


4,593 


Aug. 4, 1950 


FSO-6 --- 


4,393 



Berlin 

Maj. Gen. Mathewson, U.S. commdr — 
Cecil B. Lyon, dir. of Berlin element -- 
David M. Maynard, dep. dir. of Berlin 

element. 
Ray W. Smith, chief of econ. affairs div - 
William John C. Egan, chief of pubhc 

affairs div. 
W. Wallace Kirkpatrick, chief of legal 

affairs div. 
Caesar J. Scavarda, chief of public safety 
div. 

Clark Denney, intell. officer 

Rebecca G. Wellington, chief of pol. 
affairs div. 

Paul P. Ptoudakoff, protocol officer 

Stephen C. Brown, trade analyst -- 

Leon Judah Steck, program analyst 

Abe Kramer, labor economist 

Donald S. Spigler, finance officer (MSA) - 
Charles Albert Dix, econ. officer (trans- 
portation). 
Herbert N. Higgins, chief of industry br - 

Louis Mark, Jr., program analyst 

Arthur A. Birnkrant, asst. gen. couns -- 

Robert C. Creel, pol. officer 

Herbert Waldon Baker, labor economist - 

Maxwell S. McKnight, exec, sec -- 

Christophers. Garnett, Jr., chief of 
education and cultural relations br. 

Joseph P. McNulty, property officer 

Claude E. Broom, public safety officer -- 
Henry Kenneth Dreman, trade officer — 

John Bode, finance officer 

Harry B. Wyman, education adviser 

Peter Stanne, public welfare adviser 

Edward B. Maguire, industrial specialist- 
Don Carlos Travis, Jr., info, officer --- 
Albert E. Carter, chief of program and 

policy br. ; 2d sec. ; cons. 
Carl G. Anthon, education adviser (higher 

education). 
Karl F. Mautner, pol. officer (liaison) -- 
James C. Flint, youth activities adviser - 
Robert Olaf Waring, admin, officer; v. c- 
Fred B. Bleistein, press and pubs, officer 
Nathan A. Levin, interpreter; translator 
(Russian). 

Evan Augustus Taylor, U.S. sec - 

Marion Skeen Coleman, press and pubs. 

officer. 
Helen B. Nixon, youth and community 

activities adviser. 
Robert E. Hastings, program analyst --• 
Benjamin Wald, interpreter; translator 

(Russian). 
George J. Lamoert, public safety officer 
Christopher A. Legge, cultural affairs 
adviser. 



June 11, 1951 
Oct. 9, 1951 

May 14, 1951 
Nov. 2, 1949 

Apr. 2, 1950 

Jan. 2, 1951 

Oct. 16, 1949 
Sept. 15, 1947 

Oct. 16, 1949 

May 11, 1951 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 30, 1949 

Mar. 7, 1951 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Aug. 23, 1951 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Dec. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 



Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Dec. 
Oct. 
Sept. 



16, 1949 

6, 1950 

16, 1949 

16, 1949 

16, 1949 

16, 1949 

27, 1951 

16, 1949 

27, 1951 



Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Dec. 24, 1950 

May 1, 1951 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Feb. 13, 1951 

Dec. 13, 1951 

Jan. 22, 1951 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 



FSO-1 -- 
FSO-2 -- 

FSR-2 -- 
FSR-2 — 

FSS-1 -- 

FSS-1 -- 

FSS-2 -- 
FSS-1 -- 

FSS-2 -- 
FSO-3 -- 
FSS-2 -- 
FSS-2 -- 
FSS-2 -- 
FSS-2 -- 

FSS-2 -- 

FSS-2 -- 

FSS-3 -- 

FSO-3 --- 

FSS-3 --- 

FSS-3 --- 

FSS-3 --- 

FSS-3 - — 

FSS-3 --- 

FSS-4 — - 

FSS-3 --- 

FSS-3 --- 

FSS-4 --- 

FSS-4 --- 

FSS-4 --- 

FSO-4 --- 

FSS-4 - — 

FSS-4 --- 

FSS-4 --- 

FSS-4 - 

FSS-6 - 

FSS-5 - 

FSS-5 - 
FSS-6 - 

FSS-5 - 

FSS-5 - 
FSS-6 -■ 

FSS-6 -■ 
FSS-6 -■ 



12, 800 
12,200 

11,850 
11,150 

10,250 

10, 250 

10,250 
9,950 

9,950 
9,730 
9,710 
9,710 
9,710 
9,470 

9,470 
9,230 
9,201 
9,130 
8,961 
8,961 
8,721 

8,721 
8,721 
8,649 
8,481 
8,481 
8,169 
8,169 
7,929 
7,863 

7,689 

7,689 
7, 689 
7,689 
7,401 
7,275 

7,275 
7,221 

7,095 

7,095 
7,041 

6,861 
6,861 



42 



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Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



U. S. Commander Berlin- 
Continued. 



GERMANY (fflCOG)- -Continued 

Berlin — Continued 

Rudolph T. Klinker, public safety officer- Oct. 16, 1949 

Anatol T. Muhlman, public safety officer- Oct. 16, 1949 

Walter C. Stelt, public safety officer Jan. 28, 1951 

Michael B. Lustgarten, admin, liaison Oct. 16, 1949 

officer. 

William F. Keefe, press officer Feb. 6, 1950 

William E. MacFarlane, personnel officer July 31, 1950 

Harry L. Anderson, communications Oct. 16, 1949 

supervisor; v. c. 

Oscar Martay, film officer Oct. 16, 1949 

Bettine S. Mercer, interpreter; translator Oct. 16, 1949 

(French). 

Raymond M. Bailey, youth activities Dec. 1, 1950 

adviser. 

Alan H. Dodds, asst. U.S. sec Dec. 11, 1950 

Joseph Congress, interpreter (French) -- Nov. 25, 1949 

Thomas R. McCabe, cultural affairs May 29, 1951 

adviser (exchanges). 

John A. McKesson, 3d, econ. officer --- June 15, 1951 

Jean Steffe, shorthand reporter Oct. 16, 1949 

Eugene V. McAuliffe, pol. officer; v. c - May 11, 1948 

Gregory Henderson, dep. chief; operations June 30, 1950 

officer; v. c. 

Warren A. Kelsey, pol. officer Oct. 29, 1950 

Rachel Adelmann, translator (German) -- Oct. 16, 1949 

Patrick R. Thomas, gen. sers. officer - Oct. 16, 1949 

Paul J. Artemis, interpreter; translator Aug. 30, 1950 

(French). 

Frank L. Heffelman, ct. reporter Oct. 16, 1949 

Glenn E. Schneider, shorthand reporter - Oct. 16, 1949 

Jacob N. Myerson, program analyst Aug. 11, 1950 

Clifford J. Quinlan, cml. specialist Mar. 18, 1951 

Martha C. Mautner, pol. officer June 12, 1950 

Martha C. Halleran, pol. officer June 25, 1950 

Lieselotte Jung, interpreter (German) -- Oct. 16, 1949 

Robert T. Von Der Lieth, info, officer -- Oct. 27, 1950 

Bremen 



FSS-6 
FSS-6 
FSS-6 
FSS-6 

FSS-6 
FSS-6 
FSS-7 

FSS-7 
FSS-7 

FSS-7 

FSS-7 
FSS-7 
FSS-7 

FSO-5 
FSS-9 
FSO-5 
FSO-5 

FSO-5 
FSS-8 
FSS-8 
FSS-8 

FSS-9 

FSS-9 

FSO-6 

FSO-6 

FSO-6 

FSO-6 ■ 

FSS-9 

FSO-6 



U.S. Consulate General 
(CG). 



Edward D. McLaughlin, cons. gen. ; Mar. 27, 1950 
principal officer. 

Allen Y. King, public affairs officer July 26, 1950 

William E. Northey, labor economist — Oct. 16, 1949 

Richard C. Wooton, asst. cultural Oct. 16, 1949 
affairs officer. 

Howard W. Calkins, info, officer Oct. 16, 1949 

Philip F. Dur, politico econ. officer Apr. 2, 1951 

Herbert T. Schuelke, cultural affairs Nov. 25, 1951 

officer. 

Robert L. Marshall, Jr., admin, officer- Oct. 16, 1949 

Aubrey Lee Welch, Jr., v. c.;visa Sept. 16, 1949 

officer. 

Paul D. Bethel, asst. cultural officer — Oct. 1, 1950 

Elizabeth Deans, cultural officer Mar. 5, 1951 

(Bremerhaven). 

Ernest E. Ramsaur, Jr., v. c.;pol. Nov. 27, 1950 
officer. 

Charles A. Lemmo, dispatch a gt June 11, 1947 

Arvid G. Holm, v. c. ; visa officer Sept. 19, 1951 

Jerome K. Holloway, Jr., v. c.;pol. July 19, 1950 
officer. 

John W. Simms, v. c. ; visa officer 

Arthur R. Day, v. c. ; screening officer - Feb. 20, 1951 

Gertrude Meyers, v. c. ; visa officer — Dec. 18, 1946 

Archibald K. Smith, v. c. ; admin. Apr. 21, 1949 

officer. 

Joseph Bartolino, asst. admin, officer -- Oct. 16, 1949 

Munro P. Jones, gen. sers. officer Oct. 16, 1949 

Edwin C. Pancoast, asst. info, officer -- June 8, 1950 



FSO-5 -- 

FSS-8 -- 
FSS-8 -- 
FSO-6 — 

Sept. 27, 1950 FSO-6 --- 
FSO-6 - 
FSS-9 - 
FSS-9 - 

FSS-9 - 
FSS-9 - 
FSS-9 - 



FSO-2 - — 

FSS-1 - 
FSS-2 - 
FSS-3 - 

FSS-4 - 
FSO-4 - 

FSS-5 - 

FSS-6 - 
FSS-7 - 



FSS 
FSS 



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43 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Salary 



GERMANY (HICOG)- -Continued 
B remen - -Continued 

Benjamin C. Billiard, v. c. ; screening 

and issuing officer. 
Jack M. Smith, Jr., v. c; consulate 

officer. 
Bradford H. Wells, screening officer — 
Gordon L. Deegan, v. c. ; citizenship and 

passport officer. 
Pratt By rd, v. c; econ. officer 

Rear Admiral Charles R. Jeffs, land 

commr. 

Joseph L. Payette, dep. land commr 

Clarence P. Oakes, chief of pol. affairs 

div. 
Louie R. Smith,chief of mil. security div- 
Stanley E. Davies, maritime admin. 

officer. 
Edward E. Merone, resident officer 

Diisseldorf 

La Verne Baldwin, cons, gen 

Meyer Bernstein, labor officer 

Robert P. Chalker, cons 

Edward T. Lampson, pol. officer 

Victor G. CronthaU, asst. cultural 

officer (exchanges). 
Trude Gunther, asst. cultural officer 

(exchanges). 

David J. S. Manbey, v. c 

Michel F. Smith, v. c 

Roberta B. Diggs, v. c 

Stephen B. Hult, cultural officer 

Robert J. Barnard, asst. info, officer -- 

Frederic H. Behr, v. c 

Frederick H. Sacksteder, Jr., asst. info. 

officer. 

Howard Hill, v. c 

Sidney V. Suhler, v. c 

Hamburg 

HaUeck L. Rose, cons.; pol. officer 

Levan Roberts, cultural officer 

Russell L. Wise, asst. cultural officer 

(exchanges). 
L. Milner Dunn, cons.; econ. officer — 
Robert H. Behrens, asst. cultural officer- 
Ernest J. Colton, asst. info, officer 

(press). 
W. Laird Warwick, v. c; admin. officer- 
Way land B. Waters, v. c; econ. officer - 
Bruce M. Lancaster, v. c; econ. officer- 
Jack Graf, cultural officer (Kiel) 

Frank E. Maestrone, pol. officer — ^ 

John M. Perry, v. c; cons, officer 

Mary Adelaide Roberts, v. c. ; citizenship 
and passport officer. 

Marjory M. Wallis, admin, asst 

Douglas V. Bryan, v. c. ; visa officer — 
Adolph Dubs, asst. info, officer (film) -- 
Henry L. Heymann, v. c; cons- 
officer. 
Thomas R. Craig, Jr., v. c; cons- 

officer. _ 
Grant E. Mouser, 3d, v. c. ; visa officer- 
Frank J. Curtis, Jr., v. c; visa 
officer.! 



Jime 

Feb. 

Feb. 
Aug. 

Feb. 

Oct. 

Oct. 
Oct. 

Oct. 
Oct. 

Oct. 



28, 


1949 


27, 


1950 


5, 


1950 


6, 


1950 


20, 


1951 


16, 


1949 


16, 


1949 


16, 


1949 


16, 


1949 


16, 


1949 


16, 


1949 



FSO-6 

FSO-6 

FSO-6 
FSO-6 

FSO-6 



FSS-1 - 

FSS-2 - 

FSS-3 - 

FSS-5 - 

FSS-5 — 



$ 4, 593 

4,593 

4,393 
4,393 

4,393 



10,250 
9,710 

8,961 
7,875 

7,875 



May 4, 


1950 


FSO-2 --- 


11,850 


Feb. 8, 


1950 


FSS-2 — 


9,470 


May 2, 


1951 


FSO-4 --- 


8,463 


July 31, 


1951 


FSO-4 -- 


8,163 


Oct. 16, 


1949 


FSS-5 -- 


7,875 


Oct. 28, 


1949 


FSS-5 - — 


7,455 


July 18, 


1950 


FSO-5 --- 


5,713 


Mar. 9, 


1949 


FSO-5 - — 


5,313 


Oct. 16, 


1949 


FSS-8 --- 


5,313 


Dec. 13, 


1951 


FSS-8 --- 


5,313 


Feb. 23, 


1950 


FSO-6 -- 


5,093 


July 30, 


1951 


FSO-6 — 


5,093 


Apr. 23, 


1950 


FSO-6 -- 


4,793 


Aug. 8, 


1950 


FSO-6 --- 


4,793 


Aug. 20, 


1950 


FSO-6 --- 


4,793 


Feb. 14, 


1949 


FSO-3 — 


9,130 


Oct. 16, 


1949 


FSS-3 -- 


8,961 


Oct. 16, 


1949 


FSS-5 — 


8,115 


Jan. 23, 


1948 


FSO-4 --- 


6,963 


Dec. 29, 


1949 


FSS-6 — 


6,501 


Oct. 16, 


1949 


FSS-7 --- 


6,087 


May 9, 


1949 


FSS-7 -- 


5,907 


Mar. 9, 


1949 


FSO-5 -- 


5,513 


Feb. 27, 


1950 


FSO-5 --- 


5,513 


Oct. 16, 


1949 


FSS-8 --- 


5,493 


Jan. 25, 


1949 


FSO-5 --- 


5,313 


Mar. 21, 


1949 


FSO-5 — - 


5,313 


July 17, 


1947 


FSS-8 — - 


5,313 


Nov. 19, 


1946 


FSS-9 --- 


5,259 


Aug. 20, 


1950 


FSO-6 --- 


5,093 


Feb. 21, 


1950 


FSO-6 - — 


4,993 


July 26, 


1950 


FSO-6 --- 


4,993 


Oct. 13, 


1949 


FSO-6 --- 


4,793 


Sept. 17, 


1950 


FSO-6 — 


4,793 


Nov. 26, 


1950 


FSO-6 — 


4, V93 



to Displaced Persons Program. 



44 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: APRIL 1, 1952 



Post 



U.S. Consulate General 
(CG)- -Continued. 



U.S. Consulate General 
(CG). 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



GERMANY (HICOG) — Continued 
Hamburg- - Continued 

Leslie A. Klieforth, v. c. ; cons. 

officer. 
Joseph M. Swing, v. c. ; 
Paul K. Stahnke, v. c. 

officer. 

James C. Haahr, v. c; admin, officer - 
Lowell B. Laingen, v. c. ; visa officer i 



visa officer -- 
visa screening 



June 28, 1949 

Aug. 22, 1950 

Mar. 29, 1951 

Dec. 11, 1949 

Feb. 21, 1951 



FSS-9 

FSS-9 
FSS-9 

FSO-6 
FSO-6 



Munich (unless otherwise noted) 



gen. with personal 



Sam E. Woods, cons 

rank of minister. 
Charles D. Winning, public affairs officer 
Paul H. Pearson, cons.; exec, officer -- 

Theodore F. Meltzer, info, officer 

George E. Vadney, public affairs officer - 

Harold J. Clem, cultural officer 

Francis C. Lindaman, asst. cultural 

officer. 
Martin Mayes, asst. cultural officer 

(education). 
Lucien D. Agniel, asst. info, officer 

(press). 
Louis Lowell Bennett, public affairs 

officer. 
Kenneth J. MacCormack, asst. cultural 

officer (exchanges). 
Haynes R. Mahoney, Jr. , info, officer 

(Niirnberg). 
Harold C. Patrick, asst. cultural officer 

(youth activities). 
Eugene Hamilton Bahn, asst. cultural of- 
ficer (info, center) (Erlangen). 

Lucy R. Lentz, admin, officer - - 

Martin Ackerman, cultural officer 

(Niirnberg). 
Edward Joseph Joyce, cultural officer 

(Regensburg). 
Floyd W. Rhine, receiving station 
supervisor.^ 

Ralph Lewis, asst. cultural officer 

Herbert Sensenig, asst. cultural officer 

(higher education). 
William O. Hershberger, sr. engineer ^ - 
Yale Wolf Richmond, asst. cultural officer 

(exchanges) (Niirnberg). 
Frederick L. Roessler, cultural officer 

(Bayreuth). 
Edmund T. Grosselfinger, asst. cultural 

officer. 
Ethel A. Kuhn, asst. cultural officer 

(youth activities). 
Lee George Emerick, asst. info, officer - 
Robert A. Brand, cons.;pol. officer --- 
Sverre M. Backe, v. c. ; visa officer --- 
Birger Berg, cultural officer (Ingolstadt)- 
John Rubel Mapother, pol. reporting 

officer. 
Clarke Van Vleet, public affairs officer - 
Ernst G. Land, asst. info, officer (radio) 
Ellen Taylor, asst. cultural officer 

(info, centers). 
Kurt Hoffman, asst. info, officer (press) 
James Robert Barker, asst. cultural 
officer (info, center) (Regensburg). 
Sidney B. Lyman, sr. engineer ^ -* 



June 9, 1947 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Mar. 17, 1950 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Mar. 10, 1950 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 30, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Jan. 3, 1949 
Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Feb. 17, 1947 

Oct. 16, 1949 
Oct. 1, 1950 

Feb. 26, 1949 
Oct. 16, 1949 



^ Assigned to Displaced Persons Program. 
Assigned to American Relay Bases in Europe. 



Oct. 16, 1949 

Apr. 9, 1951 

Aug. 24, 1951 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Mar. 11, 1949 

Jan. 26, 1946 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Feb. 28, 1950 

Jan. 8, 1951 

Nov. 27, 1950 

Oct. 16, 1949 



FSO-1 — ■ 

FSS-1 --- 
FSO-3 --- 
FSS-2 --- 
FSS-3 -- 
FSS-3 --- 
FSS-3 — - 

FSS-3 - — 

FSS-3 — - 

FSS-4 --- 

FSS-4 

FSS-4 

FSS-4 • 

FSS-5 ■ 

FSS-5 - 
FSS-5 - 

FSS-5 - 

FSS-5 - 

FSS-5 - 
FSS-5 - 

FSS-5 - 
FSS-5 - 



Jan. 17, 1947 



FSS-5 

FSS-5 

FSS-5 

FSS-6 
FSO-4 
FSS-6 
FSS-7 
FSS-6 

FSS-6 
FSS-6 
FSS-6 

FSS-6 
FSS-7 

FSS-7 



$ 4,719 


4,719 
4,719 


4,593 
4,593 



7,095 
7,095 

7,095 

7,095 

7,095 

7,041 
6,963 
6,861 
6,807 
6,681 

6,681 
6,681 
6,681 

6,501 
6,447 

6,267 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



U5 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Salary 



GERMANY (HlCOG)--ConUnued 
Munich (unless otherwise noted)--Continued 



Vincent R. Hurst, asst. info, officer 

(films and exhibits) (Nurnberg). 
Daniel R. Miller, cultural officer 

(Landshut). 
Gilbert H. Stuenkel, cultural officer 

(Rosenheim). 
John William Vonier, cultural officer 

(Weiden). 
Herbert F. Dengler, radio engineer ^ -- 

Eric Feiler, gen. analyst 

John G. Kormann, cultural officer 

(Coburg). 
Edward J. Savage, asst. cultural officer 

(Nurnberg). 
William E. Dietz, asst. cultural officer 

(info, center) (Nurnberg). 
Jack C. Andrew, cultural officer 

(Straubing). 
Robert M. Allen, cultural officer (Passau)- 
Peter F. Brescia, cultural officer 

(Schweinfurt). 
James Carrigan, cultural officer (Hof) -- 
Fillmore F. Hamilton, radio engineer ^ - 
Donald L. Korisko, gen. sers. officer -- 
Mathias J. Ortwein, v. c. ; visa officer -- 
Arthur C. Lillig, v. c.;econ. officer 
George W. Smith, Jr., radio engineer ^ -- 
Herbert O. Erickson, radio engineer ^ -- 
Richard H. Donald, v. c. ; econ. officer - 
William A. Brown, Jr. , real estate and 

supply officer. 

Ira J. Dale, Jr., radio engineer ^ 

James H. McFarland, Jr., v. c.;pol. 

officer. 
John M. Thompson, Jr., v. c.;pol. 

officer. 
Vincent R. Boening, v. c; econ. officer - 
Eric G. Lindahl, v. c; visa screening 

officer. 

Bradford H. Wood, radio engineer ^ 

Curt J. Link, communications officer -- 

William C. Nagy, radio engineer ^ 

Richard T. Foose, cultural officer 

(Ingolstadt). 
George T. Churchill, v. c; econ. and 

cml. officer. 

Francis X. Lambert, cultural officer 

Harry W. Heikenen, v. c; visa officer ^- 
Richard E. Snyder, v. c. ; passport and 

citizenship officer. 

Anthony J. Oliver, radio engineer i 

Matthew Dinsdale Smith, Jr., cultural 

officer; v. c. (Bamberg). 
Gerald Goldstein, v. c. ; econ. officer -- 
WiUiam M. Johnson, Jr., asst. info 

officer (press) (Regensburg). 
Sam Moskowitz, v. c; visa officer ^ — 

Alan G. James, v. c. ; visa officer 

Walter J. Murawsky, radio engineer ^ -- 

Earl Buchanan, radio officer ^ 

Claude F. Wiggins, admin, officer 

Daniel Sprecher, v. c. ; cons, officer — 

John W. Black, v. c; visa officer 

Mary E. Melette, personnel officer 

Curtis W. Bartholomew, admin, officer 

(Regensburg). 



Oct. 


16 


1949 


Oct. 


16 


1949 


Oct. 


16 


1949 


Oct. 


16 


1949 


Jan. 


16 


1951 


Oct. 


16 


1949 


Sept. 


27 


1950 


Sept. 


27 


1950 


Oct. 


3 


1950 


Nov. 


6 


1950 


Nov. 


26 


, 1950 


Nov. 


30, 


1950 


Dec. 


1 


1950 


Jan. 


1 


1951 


Jan. 


29 


1951 


May 


5, 


1948 


Nov. 


19 


1948 


Apr. 


28 


1951 


Apr. 


30 


1949 


Apr. 


29 


1949 


Oct. 


16 


1949 


Aug. 


8 


1951 


Feb. 


9 


1949 


Apr. 


13 


1949 


Oct. 


19 


1949 


Nov. 


2 


1948 


Nov. 


27 


1949 


Dec. 


28 


1949 


Apr. 


17 


1950 


Dec. 


6 


1949 


Feb. 


23 


1950 


Feb. 


27 


1950 


July 


23 


1950 


Sept. 


27 


1950 


Sept. 


21 


1949 


Dec. 


5 


1949 


Apr. 


21 


1950 


June 


7 


1950 


July 


27 


1950 


Mar. 


18 


1951 


Sept. 


15 


1950 


Jan. 


14 


1951 


Jan. 


18 


1951 


May 


23 


1950 


Sept. 


27 


1950 


July 


25 


1947 


Sept. 


11 


1950 



FSS-7 --- 


$ 6, 267 


FSS-7 --- 


6,267 


FSS-7 --- 


6,267 


FSS-7 --- 


6,267 


FSS-7 --- 


6,267 


FSS-7 --- 


6,087 


FSS-7 --- 


6,087 


FSS-7 -- 


6,087 


FSS-7 --- 


6,087 


FSS-7 --- 


6,087 


FSS-7 — - 


6,087 


FSS-7 --- 


6,087 


FSS-7 --- 


6,087 


FSS-7 — - 


6,087 


FSS-7 --- 


6,087 


FSS-7 --- 


5,907 


FSS-7 --- 


5,907 


FSS-7 --- 


5,907 


FSS-7 --- 


5,730 


FSO-5 --- 


5,713 


FSS-8 --- 


5,493 


FSS-9 --- 


5,439 


FSO-5 --- 


5,313 


FSO-5 --- 


5,313 


FSO-5 --- 


5,313 


FSS-8 --- 


5,313 


FSS-8 --- 


5,313 


FSS-8 --- 


5,313 


FSS-8 - — 


5,313 


FSO-6 --- 


5,093 


FSO-6 --- 


5,093 


FSO-6 --- 


5,093 


FSO-6 --- 


5,093 


FSO-6 --- 


5,093 


FSS-9 --- 


5,079 


FSO-6 --- 


4,993 


FSO-6 --- 


4,993 


FSO-6 --- 


4,993 


FSO-6 --- 


4,993 


FSO-6 --- 


4,993 


FSS-9 --- 


4,899 


FSS-9 --- 


4,399 


FSS-9 --- 


4,899 


FSO-6 --- 


4,793 


FSO-6 --- 


4,793 


FSS-9 --- 


4,719 


FSS-9 --- 


4,719 



to American Relay Bases in Europe, 
to Displaced Persons Program. 



46 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: APRIL 1, 1952 



Post 



1 



U.S. Consulate General 
(CG)- -Continued. 



Land Commissioner for 
Bavaria (LCB). 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



GERMANY (HICOG)- -Continued 
Munich (unless otherwise noted)--Continued 



engineer ^ 

V. cr; consular of- 



William G. Jones, j r 
Wayne K. Brenengen, 

ficer. 

John D. Miller, radio engineer ^ 

Peter N. Saveskie, radio engineer ^ 

James L. Grant, radio engineer ' 

Charles C. Osann, radio engineer ^ 

Thomas G. Chadbourne, radio engineer ^- 
George C. Moore, cultural officer 

(Wurzburg). 
Kennedy B. Schmertz, asst; cultural 

officer (Aschaffenburg). 
William N. Turpin, v. c. ; \risa officer ^- 
William P.E. Graves, v. c.'; visa officer 



Oct. 
Dec. 



7, 1950 

8, 1950 



Oron J. Hale, land commr 

Paul A. Neuland, dep. land commr 

Harald Thaulow Lund, resident officer - 
William Joseph Moran, special asst --- 

Sidneys. Siskind, resident officer 

George H. Godfrey, resident officer -- 
Augustus B. Hill, asst. to dep. land 

commr. 
Elbert Hugunin, special asst. (public 

safety). 
William J. Garlock, resident officer 

(Passau). 
Donald Scott Root, resident officer 

(Bayreuth). 
Joe Hackett, resident officer (Nurnberg) - 
Harold L. Schwartz, asst. land gen. 

couns. 
Nathan R. Preston, resident officer 

(Bamberg). 
Paul Walter Deibel, program analyst --- 
John Joseph May, resident officer 

(Augsburg). 
Lambertus Wartena, educational adviser - 
Anthony Edmund Sega, resident officer 

(Wurzburg). 
Hans Peter Thomsen, resident officer 

(Coburg). 
Alfred David Sims, resident officer 

(Regensburg). 
Conrad Woelfel, labor liaison officer --- 

Fred C. Philby, public safety officer 

Hans Lynd, radio officer 

John Kea Huston, resident officer 

(Kempten). 
Harolds. Kidder, Jr., resident officer 

(Regen). 
Chester S. Wright, resident officer 

(Erding). 
Leo L. Holstein, resident officer 

(Aschaffenburg). 
L. Margaret Stanley, community activities 

adviser. 
Stefan Peter Munsing, cultural affairs 

adviser. 
Francis W. Schillig, resident officer 

(Rosenheim). 
Bertel Arnberg, resident officer 

(Landshut). 
Gerald F. Bartz, resident officer 

(Mellrichstadt). 
Franz F. Egger, resident officer (Tolz) - 



Apr. 16, 
Apr. 17, 
May 20, 
July 8, 
Dec. 16, 
Sept. 27, 



1951 
1951 
1951 
1951 
1951 
1950 



Nov. 30, 1950 



May 31, 1951 
Sept. 29, 1950 



Sept. 5, 1950 

Apr. 17, 1950 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 30, 1949 



Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 
Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 
Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 
Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Nov. 17, 1949 

July 16, 1951 

Aug. 6, 1951 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Mar. 20, 1950 

Oct. 1, 1950 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 



FSS-9 -- 
FSS-9 -- 

FSS-9 -- 
FSS-9 -- 
FSS-9 -- 
FSS-9 --■ 
FSS-9 -- 
FSO-6 --. 

FSO-6 — - 

FSO-6 --- 
FSO-6 --- 

FSR-1 --- 

FSS-2 --- 

FSS-2 --- 

FSS-2 - — 

FSS-2 --- 

FSS-3 --- 

FSS-3 --- 

FSS-4 

FSS-5 

FSS-5 

FSS-4 
FSS-4 

FSS-5 

FSS-5 
FSS-5 

FSS-5 
FSS-5 

FSS-5 ■ 

FSS-5 - 

FSS-5 - 

FSS-5 - 

FSS-6 - 

FSS-7 - 



FSS-7 

FSS-7 

FSS-7 

FSS-6 

FSS-6 

FSS-7 

FSS-7 

FSS-7 

FSS-7 



^Assigned to American Relay Bases in Europe. 
Assigned to Displaced Persons Program. 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



47 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Salary 



nmlssioner for 
a (LCB)-- 
ued. 



GERMANY (HICOG)- -Continued 
Munich (unless otherwise noted) --Continued 



Herman Frankel, resident officer 

(Dachau). 
Frank James Gates, resident officer 

(Tirschenreuth). 
Riley Clayton Gilley, resident officer 

(Munich). 
Carl Roger Hansen, resident officer 

(Neustadt-Weiden). 
James O. Lipman, resident officer 

(Amberg). 
John Chris Midzor, resident officer 

(Furstenfeldbruck). 
Harry J. Mullin, Jr., resident officer 

(Hammelburg). 
Everett W. Schoening, resident officer 

(Berchtesgaden). 
Walter A. Sheets, Jr. , resident officer 

(Weilheim). 
George E. Stringer, resident officer 

(Parsberg). 
Thomas G. Tadross, resident officer 

(Cham). 
Dana Waterman, resident officer (Kronach) 
Austin R. Martin, resident officer 

(Rehau). 
Thomas Leo McMahon, resident officer 

(Alt-Otting). 
Thomas Francis Foley, gen. sers. officer 
Archie S. Lang, special asst. (Displaced 

Persons). 
Richard T. Hamilton, resident officer 

(Weiden). 
James R. McDonald, Jr. , resident officer 

(Garmisch). 
Lawrence M. ConneU, resident officer 
(Hof). 

David K. Peet, resident officer 

John W. Kennedy, resident officer 

(Regensburg). 
John M. Rogers, resident officer 

(Ochsenfiirth). 
Rosario L. Lamoureux, maintenance 

engineer. 
Kenneth W. Martindale, resident officer 

(Kitzingen). 
Warrick E. Elrod, Jr., resident officer; 

V. c. 
William A. Chapin, v. c. ; resident 

officer. 
Harry I. Odell, resident officer 

(Straubing). 
Emmett B. Ford, Jr., v. c; resident 

officer (Aschaffenburg). 
WUliam E. Schaufele, Jr., resident 

officer (Hof). 
James S. Randall, admin, officer 

(Augsburg). 
Arthur Thomas Tienken, v. c. ; resident 

officer. 
Marion A. Baldwin, resident officer 

(Neuulm). 
MerrUl A. White, resident officer 

(Wolf stein). 
Roland F. Haney, resident officer 
(Kotzing). 



Oct 


16, 194£ 


) FSS-7 -- 


$ 6, 267 


Oct 


16, 194£ 


» FSS-7 --- 


6,267 


Oct. 


16, 1945 


> FSS-7 -- 


6,267 


Oct. 


16, 194£ 


> FSS-7 -- 


6,267 


Oct. 


16, 194£ 


FSS-7 --- 


6,267 


Oct. 


16, 194S 


FSS-7 --- 


6,267 


Oct. 


16, 1949 


FSS-7 -- 


6,267 


Oct. 


16, 1943 


FSS-7 --- 


6,267 


Oct. 


16, 1949 


FSS-7 --- 


6,267 


Oct. 


16, 1949 


FSS-7 --- 


6,267 


Oct. 


16, 1949 


FSS-7 --- 


6,267 


) Oct. 


16, 1949 


FSS-7 --- 


6,267 


Jan. 


18, 1950 


FSS-7 --- 


6,267 


Oct. 


16, 1949 


FSS-7 -- 


6,087 


Oct. 


30, 1949 


FSS-7 --- 


6,087 


Aug. 


7, 1950 


FSS-7 --- 


6,087 


Sept. 


27, 1950 


FSS-7 -- 


6,087 


Nov. 


16, 1950 


FSS-7 --- 


6,087 


Nov. 


26, 1950 


FSS-7 --- 


6,087 


Nov. 


29, 1950 


FSS-7 --- 


6,087 


Dec. 


8, 1950 


FSS-7 --- 


6,087 


Jan. 


16, 1951 


FSS-7 --- 


6,087 


Nov. 


16, 1949 


FSS-9 --- 


5,619 


Feb. 


22, 195C 


FSO-6 --- 


5,093 


Feb. 


23, 1950 


FSO-6 --- 


5,093 


Feb. 


21, 1950 


FSO-6 --- 


4,993 


Feb. 


21, 1950 


FSO-6 --- 


4,993 


Feb. 


27, 1950 


FSO-6 --- 


4,993 


Sept. 


29, 1950 


FSO-6 --- 


4,993 


June 


6, 1950 


FSS-9 --- 


4,899 


Feb. 


23, 1950 


FSO-6 --- 


4,793 


Sept. 


27, 1950 


FSO-6 --- 


4,793 


Sept. 


27, 1950 


FSO-6 --- 


4,793 


Oct. 


4, 1950 


FSO-6 --- 


4,793 



48 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: APRIL 1, 1952 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Salary 




U.S. Consulate General 
(CG). 



:: 



GERMANY (HICOG)- -Continued 

Stuttgart (unless otherwise noted) 

Patrick Mallon, cons. gen. ; principal 

officer. 
John Orth Riedl, public affairs officer 

(Freiburg). 
Stuart L. Hannon, public affairs officer -■ 

Payne Templeton, cultural officer 

Howard W. Oxley, public affairs officer 

(Mannheim). 
James Miller Barnett, asst. cultural 

officer (exchanges). 
Aksel G. Nielson, asst. cultural officer - 
Tom A. Noonan, cultural officer 

(Mannheim). 
Ralph Edward Berry, asst. cultural 
officer (community activities). 

Schubert Ely Smith, admin, officer 

Vincent O. Anderson, asst. info, officer 

(press). 
Dwight B. Horner, cultural officer 

(Freiburg). 
Thomas E. Griswold, cultural officer 
(Ulm). 

Raymond Lascoe, cultural officer 

Margaret M. Blewett, asst. cultural 

officer (women's affairs). 
Jacques R. Breitenbucher, cultural 

officer (Heidelberg). 
William A. Lovegrove, asst. cultural 

officer. 
Seymour W. Beardsley, cultural officer - 
Donald A. Dumont, cons. ; politico - econ. 

officer. 
Anna E. Brauer, asst. cultural officer -- 
Ralph H. Stutzman, cultural officer 

(Karlsruhe). 
Gabriella E. Metcalf, asst. cultural 
officer (info, centers) (Freiburg). 
William C. Headrick, asst. info, officer 

(press). 
Bela Zempleny, asst. info, officer 

(radio). 
Robert John Schermer, info, officer 

(Mannheim). 
Myron H. Schraud, cons. ; visa officer -- 
Forrest N. Daggett, v. c; pel. and econ. 

officer. 
Naomi Huber, asst. cultural officer 

(info, center) (Mannheim). 
Carvel Painter, politico - econ. officer -- 
Terrence F. Catherman, cultural officer- 
Wilbert B. Dubin, info, officer (Freiburg) - 
Egon E. Week, asst. info, officer (films 

and exhibits). 
George D. Henry, Jr. , asst. cultural 
officer. 

Theodore A. Schulz, gen. analyst 

Woodward Romine, politico - econ. 

officer; v. c. 
Wallace Chmielewski, gen. sers. officer 
William B. Buffum, politico - econ. of- 
ficer; v. c. 
Martin Schiffer, procurement and real 

estate officer. 
Malcolm Thompson, asst. info, officer 

(press) (Freiburg). 
Howard F. Newsom, v. c; consular 

officer. 
William P. Harris, cultural officer 
(Heilbronn). 



Feb. 28, 1950 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 28, 1949 
Oct. 16, 1949 
Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 
Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 
Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 
Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Jan. 1, 1951 
Aug. 31, 1951 

Apr. 30, 1951 
May 21, 1951 

June 12, 1951 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Nov. 6, 1950 
July 10, 1950 

Oct. 28, 1949 

Dec. 11, 1949 

Nov. 26, 1950 

Feb. 13, 1951 

Sept. 27, 1950 

Oct. 3, 1950 



Oct. 28, 1951 

Aug. 5, 1950 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 13, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Dec. 5, 1949 

June 12, 1950 



FSO-2 --• 

FSS-1 --■ 

FSS-1 --■ 
FSS-2 --- 
FSS-3 --- 

FSS-3 --- 

FSS-3 --- 
FSS-3 --- 

FSS-4 --- 

FSS-4 --- 
FSS-4 --- 

FSS-4 --- 

FSS-5 - — 

FSS-5 --- 
FSS-5 — - 

FSS-5 --- 

FSS-5 --- 

FSS-5 --- 
FSO-4 -- 

FSS-5 -- 
FSS-5 -- 

FSS-5 --• 

FSS-7 --■ 

FSS-6 --■ 

FSS-7 --■ 

FSS-7 --- 
FSO-5 --- 

FSS-7 --- 

FSS-7 --- 

FSS-7 --- 

FSS-7 --- 

FSS-7 - — 

FSS-7 --- 

FSS-7 --- 
FSS-9 -- 

FSS-8 --- 
FSO-5 -- 

FSS-8 -- 

FSO-6 -- 

FSO-6 -- 



$11,180 
11,130 



Sept. 27, 1950 FSO-6 -- 



6,087 

6,087 
6,087 
6,087 
5,907 

5,907 

5,907 
5,619 

5,493 
5,313 

5,313 

5,093 

5,093 

5,093 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



A9 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Salary 



GERMANY (HICX)G)- -Continued 
Stuttgart (imless otherwise noted)- -Continued 



sulate General 
Continued. 



imissioner for 
n berg-Baden 



Robert William Dean, v. c; cultural 

officer (Tubingen). 
Kathleen R. Beard, personnel officer — 
Charles G. Wootton, v. c; politico - 

econ. officer. 
Kermit S. Midthun, v. c. ; visa officer -- 
Peter A. Seip, asst. cultural officer 

(community activities). 
Edward R. Foley, communications 

supervisor. 
Raymond T. Eareckson, v. c.;visa 

officer. 
Edward K. Gunn, v. c. ; visa officer — 
Henry T. Van Buren, v. c; visa screening 

officer. 
Marie A. Johnson, v. c. ; visa officer — 
Harold C. Swope, v. c; cons, officer — 
Richard R. Selby, Jr., v. c. ; cultural 

officer. 

Maj. Gen. Charles P. Gross, land commr 
Harvey M. Coverley, dep. land commr -- 

Chester Biswel Lewis, special asst 

Richard J. Jackson, legal adviser 

Newton S. Friedman, labor economist -- 
James Henry Campbell, special asst. 

(Displaced Persons). 
Fentress Gardner, resident officer 

(Karlsruhe). 

Marcus L. Hoover, resident officer 

Hugh Mair, resident officer (Mannheim) - 
William T. Neel, resident officer 

(Heidelberg). 
Nicholas Semaschko, Jr. , resident officer 

(Heilbronn). 

James Edmond Hurley, special asst 

Harry C. Gossard, educational adviser - 
MichaelH.F. Mahoney, press officer — 
Robert Douglas King, pol. affairs 

specialist. 
Nathaniel W. Barber, resident officer 

(Goppingen). 
John Francis Capell, resident officer 

(Schwabisch-Gmiind). 
William S. Fitzer, resident officer 

(Karlsruhe). 
Harold Robinson, educational adviser — 
Andrew D. Craig, resident officer (Ulm) - 
Katherine Shankland, field youth activities 

adviser. 
Earl Thomas Squire, resident officer 

(Esslingen). 
Max Zackman, displaced persons officer - 
John Zecca, resident officer (Mannheim) - 
Donald H. Feick, resident officer (Aalen)- 
Loren Lee Goldman, program analyst — 
Harry Dale Brockman, resident officer 

(Boblingen). 
Francis Everett Ward, press and pubs. 

officer. 
Boni Victor Bloom, resident officer 

(Bad-Mergentheim). 
George W. Bartels, resident officer 

(Karlsruhe). 
Alexander Trowbridge, resident officer 

(Heidenheim). 

Hampton E. Brown, admin, officer 

Lillian T. Stephany, cultural affairs 

adviser. 



Dec. 5, 1949 



July 
Oct. 

Feb. 
Sept. 

Oct. 

Apr. 

July 
July 

July 
Apr. 
Aug. 



Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 
Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Mar. 

Apr. 
Oct. 



18, 1950 

19, 1949 

23, 1950 

25, 1950 

16, 1949 

17, 1950 

9, 1950 

23, 1950 

26, 1950 
15, 1950 

6, 1950 



16, 1949 

16, 1949 

16, 1949 

16, 1949 

16, 1949 



16, 


1949 


16, 


1949 


16, 
16, 
16, 


1949 
1949 
1949 


16, 


1949 


16, 
16, 
16, 
16, 


1949 
1949 
1949 
1949 


16, 


1949 


16, 


1949 


16, 


1949 


16, 

16, 
16, 


1949 
1949 
1949 


16, 


1949 


16, 
16, 
16, 
30, 
16, 


1949 
1949 
1949 
1949 
1949 


16, 


1949 


16, 


1949 


16, 


1949 


16, 


1950 


1, 
16, 


1950 
1949 



FSO-6 --- 

FSS-9 - — 

FSO-6 — - 

FSO-6 -- 

FSO-6 -- 

FSS-9 --- 

FSS-9 --- 

FSS-9 -- 

FSS-9 --- 

FSS-9 --- 

FSO-6 — - 

FSO-6 --- 



FSR-2 
FSS-1 
FSS-2 
FSS-2 
FSS-3 

FSS-3 

FSS-3 
FSS-3 
FSS-3 

FSS-3 

FSS-4 
FSS-4 
FSS-4 
FSS-5 

FSS-5 

FSS-5 

FSS-5 

FSS-5 
FSS-5 
FSS-5 

FSS-5 

FSS-5 
FSS-5 
FSS-5 
FSS-5 
FSS-7 

FSS-6 

FSS-7 

FSS-7 

FSS-7 

FSS-7 
FSS-7 



$ 4, 993 

4,899 
4,793 

4,793 
4,793 

4,719 

4,719 

4,719 
4,719 

4,719 
4,593 
4,593 



11,500 

11,130 

10,250 

9,950 

9,201 

8,961 

8,961 
8,961 
8,961 

8,721 

8,649 
8,169 
8,169 
8, U5 

7,635 

7,635 

7,635 

7,635 
7,455 
7,455 

7,455 

7,455 
7,455 
7,275 
7,275 
6,807 

6,681 

6,447 

6,267 

6,087 

6,087 
5,907 



50 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: APRIL 1, 1952 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



1 

i 

I 



I 



Land Commissioner for 
Wurttembe rg- Baden 
(LCWB) - - Continued . 



i: 



U.S. Consulate General 
(CO). 



GERMANY (HICOG)-- Continued 
Stuttgart (unless otherwise noted)- -Continued 



Donald Brennen Hall, cultxiral affairs 

adviser (Karlsruhe). 
Walter E. Jenkins, Jr., resident officer 

(Schwabisch HaU). 
Talcott W. Seelye, resident officer (Ulm)- 
Stanley D. Schiff, resident officer 

(Bad-Mergentheim). 
Richard O. Simpkins, resident officer 

(Vaihingen). 

Mary L. Sterling, personnel officer 

Charles M. Kille, transportation officer - 
Edward E. Masters, resident officer 

(Heidelberg). 



Frankfort on the Main (unless otherwise noted) 



Albert M. Doyle, principal officerj cons. 

gen. 
Max R. Grossman, public affairs officer - 
Joseph I. Taylor, econ. officer (labor) -- 

Eugene Robert Fair, cultural officer 

William C. Rhyne, public affairs officer 

(Kassel). 
Mildred B. AUport, public affairs officer 
(Coblenz). 

Glenn R. Parson, act. info, officer 

Charles A. Dilley, asst. cultural officer 

(exchanges). 
Paul Gene Lutzeier, dep. public affairs 

officer. 
Byron B. Snyder, cons.; exec, officer -- 
Donald Weston Dolan, asst. cultural 
officer. 

Raymond D. Healy, cultural officer 

Paul Goetz, chief of reports section 

Susan Marie Burson, asst. cultural of- 
ficer (rural youth). 
Lowell W. Henning, asst. cultural officer 

(education). 
Betsy Knapp, asst. cultural officer 

(women's affairs). 
Roy Philip Vonel, asst. cultural officer 

(exchanges) (Coblenz). 
James Edward Boyle, cultural officer 

(Kassel). 
John Robert Harris, asst. cultural officer 

(exchanges). 
Benno Hugh Selcke, Jr. , cultural officer 

(Marburg). 
Elizabeth A. Wilson, asst. cultural 

officer (leadership training). 
Edward Maurice Edwin, asst. info, officer 

(press). 
Hans Nathan Tuch, asst. cultural officer 

(info, centers). 
Otto Bernhard Lowengart, econ. officer - 
James Garret Rogers, info, officer 

(Coblenz). 
Frank Mathews, pol. officer (Wiesbaden) 
John N. Von Der Lieth, v. c. ; passport 

and citizenship officer. 
Sophie H. Bernard, cultural officer 

(Coblenz). 
Gilbert I. Laskowski, asst. info, officer 

(films and exhibits). 
Guy Purdy Timboe, asst. info, officer 

(films and exhibits). 
Fritjof Jonassen, cultural officer 
(Giessen). 



Oct. 


16, 


1949 


FSS-8 


Apr. 


23, 


1950 


FSO-6 


Feb. 


22, 


1950 


FSO-6 


Feb. 


24, 


1950 


FSO-6 


Sept. 


27, 


1950 


FSO-6 


Feb. 


15, 


1951 


FSS-9 


Feb. 


20, 


1951 


FSS-9 


Sept. 


27, 


1950 


FSO-6 



$5,493 
5,093 



May 


8 


1950 FSO-1 


Oct. 


22 


1951 


FSS-1 


Oct. 


16 


1949 


FSS-2 


Oct. 


16 


194S 


FSS-2 


Oct. 


16 


194S 


FSS-3 


Jan. 


15 


1951 


FSS-3 


Oct. 


16, 


1948 


FSS-3 


Oct. 


16. 


1949 


FSS-4 


Oct. 


16, 


1949 


FSS-3 


May 


16, 


1949 FSO-4 


Oct. 


16, 


1949 FSS-4 


Oct. 


16, 


1949 


FSS-4 


Aug. 


20, 


1951 


FSS-4 


Oct. 


16, 


1949 


FSS-5 


Oct. 


16, 


1949 


FSS-5 


Oct. 


16, 


1949 


FSS-5 


Oct. 


16, 


1949 


FSS-5 


Oct. 


16, 


1949 


FSS-5 


Oct. 


16, 


1949 


FSS-5 


Oct. 


16, 


1949 


FSS-5 


Oct. 


16, 


1949 


FSS-5 


Oct. 


16, 


1949 


FSS-5 


Oct. 


16, 


1949 


FSS-5 


Oct. 


16, 


1949 


FSS-6 


Oct. 


16, 


1949 


FSS-6 


Oct. 


16, 


1949 


FSS-6 


Nov. 


16, 


1945 


FSS-6 


Oct. 


16, 


1949 


FSS-6 


Oct. 


16, 


1949 


FSS-6 


Oct. 


16, 


1949 


FSS-7 


Oct. 


28, 


1949 


FSS-7 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



51 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Salary 



GERMANY (HICOG)--Continued 
Frankfort on the Main (unless otherwise noted)- -Continued 



sulate General 
;;ontinued. 



imissioner for 
LCH). 



S. Rowland Burk, cultural officer 

(Darmstadt). 
Cecil F. Von Rospach, asst. info, officer 

(press). 
Paul R. Phillips, asst. info, officer 

(press) (Kassel). 
Robert B. Warner, cultural officer 

(Hersfeld). 
James B. Peabody, cultural officer 

(Wiesbaden). 
James P. Parker, v. c; visa officer — 
John D. Healy, cultural officer (Kassel 

and Eschwege). 
Herberts. Weast, v. c; econ. officer 

(Wiestjaden) . 
William Walter Phelps, Jr., v. c; 

property protection officer. 
J. Ned Holmes Burford, asst. cultural 

officer (info, centers) (Kassel). 
Donald Brennen Hall, cultural officer 

(Fulda). 
Gabriel D. Delmonico, real estate officer 

(Wiesbaden). 

Abbott Judd, v. c; admin, officer 

Wayne W. Fisher, v. c. ; cons, officer ^ - 

Edward R. Pilli, gen. sers. officer 

Jean E. Zimmermann, v. c; visa officer- 
Pierson M. Hall, v. c; notorial and 

invoice officer. 
Priscilla Holcombe, v. c.;pol. officer 

(Wiesbaden). 
Orme Wilson, Jr., v. c. ; visa officer -- 
Earl H. Luboeansky, act. cultural officer 

(Kaiserslautern) . 

John C. Mallon, v. c. ; visa officer 

Robert J. Wilson, v. c. ; pol. officer 

(Wiesbaden). 
Samuel C. Brown, v. c; visa officer 

(Hanau). '■ 

Max E. Hodge, v. c; visa officer 

Thomas W. Carroll, asst. cultural officer 

(info, centers) (Coblenz). 
Melville E. Blake, Jr., v. c.;cons. 

officer.^ 
Ddvid R. Kravitz, procurement and 

supply officer. 
John M. Kane, v. c; econ. officer 

(labor). 
Harold C. Swope, v. c; visa screening 

officer.^ 
Joseph F. Starkey, cultural officer 

(Hanau). 
William A. Helseth, v. c; visa officer — 
Henry Lee, Jr. ,v. c. ; visa officer 

Wiesbaden (unless otherwise noted) 

James R. Newman, land commr 

Francis E. Sheehan, dep. land commr -- 
Stanley Howe Sisson, chief of econ. affairs 

div. 
David Rosendale, chief of field operations 

div. 
Stanley H. Gaines, asst. land gen. couns - 
Robert A. Goetcheus, resident officer 

(Darmstadt). 



Aug. 


14, 


1950 


Sept. 


7, 


1950 


Sept. 


27, 


1950 


Nov. 


29, 


1950 


Jan. 


16 


1951 


May 
Sept. 


6 
27 


1948 
1950 


Dec. 


22 


1950 


June 


8 


1951 


Oct. 


16 


1949 


Oct. 


16 


1949 


Feb. 


12 


1951 


Apr. 
Aug. 
Oct. 
Dec. 
June 


20 
18 
16 
25 
12 


1950 
1950 
1949 
1949 
1950 


June 


12 


1950 


Mar. 
Feb. 


18 
23 


1951 
1950 


Aug. 
June 


9 
12 


1950 
1950 


Feb. 


20 


1951 


Sept. 
Aug. 


5 
29 


1951 
1950 


Jan. 


21 


1951 


July 


2 


1951 


Feb. 


23 


1950 


June 


30 


1950 


Sept. 


5 


1950 


Feb. 
Sept. 


20 
5 


1951 
1951 



Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 



FSS-7 

FSS 7 

FSS-7 

FSS-7 

FSS-7 

FSS-7 
FSS-7 

FSO-5 

FSO-5 

FSS -8 

FSS -8 

FSS- 8 

FSO-5 
FSO-5 
FSS -8 
FSS -8 
FSO-6 

FSO-6 

FSO-6 
FSO-6 

FSO-6 
FSO-6 

FSO-6 

FSO-6 
FSS-9 

FSS-9 

FSS-9 

FSO-6 

FSO-6 

FSO-6 

FSO-6 
FSO-6 



FSR-1 
FSR-2 
FSS-1 

FSS-1 

FSS -2 
FSSrS 



$ 6, 087 

6,087 

6,087 

6, 0o7 

6,087 

5,907 
5,907 

5,713 

5,713 

5,493 

5,493 

5,493 

5,313 
5,313 
5,313 
5,313 
5,093 

5,093 

5,093 
4,993 

4,993 
4,793 

4,793 

4,793 
4,719 

4,719 

4,719 

4,593 

4,593 

4,593 

4,393 
4,393 



13,600 
11,500 
11,130 

9,950 

9,470 
8,961 



led to Displaced Persons Program. 



rvjKCiuiN BJSKVlCfi LIST: APRIL 1, 1952 



Post 



t 



t 



u 






Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Salary 



GERMANY (HICOG)- -Continued 
Weisbaden (unless otherwise noted)- -Continued 



Land Commissioner for 
Hesse (LCH)- -Continued. 



George Parker Moore, resident officer 

(Hersfeld). 
Harold P. Radigan, resident officer 

(Frankfort on the Main). 
Raymond O. Didlo, resident officer 
(Giessen). 

Emil F. Jallouk, resident officer 

Jesse W. Callahan, public safety spe- 
cialist. 
Linton R. Lovett, dep. chief of field 
operations div. 

Melvin G. Aasen, admin, officer 

Melvin L. McCoy, education adviser — - 
Neely Gee Turner, resident officer 
(Wetzlar). 

Zeno Stanley Stangwilo, resident officer 

(Kassel). 
Philip A. Damon, Jr., resident officer 

(Waldeck-WoUshagen). 
Thomas J. Mulvehill, resident officer 

(Hanau). 
William J. Hoffman, resident officer 
(Friedberg). 

Robert B. Warner, resident officer 

James D. McCalmont, resident officer 

(Fritzlar). 
Arvin M. Kramish, resident officer 

(Marburg). 
Thomas C. Stave, resident officer 

(Fulda). 
Robert LeRoy Ouverson, resident officer 

(Darmstadt). 
Roland C. Shaw, resident officer 

(Frankfort on the Main). 
J. Robert Wilson, analyst 
(sociological). 

Benjamin R. Moser, resident officer 

CarletonS. Coon, Jr., resident officer 
(Gelnhausen). 



Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 
Oct. 



16, 1949 

16, 1949 

16, 1949 

16, 1949 
16, 1949 



Oct. 16, 1949 



Mar. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Nov. 
Dec. 

Jan. 

Feb. 

Feb. 

Sept. 

Aug. 

Sept. 
July 



24, 1950 
16, 1949 
16, 1949 

16, 1949 

16, 1949 

16, 1949 

16, 1949 

29, 1950 
22, 1950 

18, 1951 

21, 1950 

24, 1950 

17, 1950 

20, 1950 

27, 1950 
13, 1950 



FSS-3 -- 

FSS-3 --. 

FSS-3 -- 

FSS-3 --. 
FSS-4 --- 

FSS-3 — 



$ 8, 961 



|ti 



FSS-4 
FSS-5 
FSS-5 

FSS-5 

FSS-5 

FSS-5 

FSS-7 

FSS-7 
FSS-7 

FSS-7 

FSO-6 

FSO-6 

FSO-6 . 

FSO-6 - 

FSO-6 - 
FSO-6 - 



Office of Supervisory Consul 
General. 



Frankfort on the Main (unless otherwise noted) 

principal 



Albert M. Doyle, cons 

officer.i 
Melville E. Blake, Jr. 

officer. 1 



gen. 



V. c. ; visa 



May 



Jan. 



8, 1950 
21, 1951 



FSO-1 
FSS-9 



8,721 

8,721 
8,649 

8,481 I 

7, 929 
7, 635 
7,635 

7,275 

7,095 

7,095 

6,267 

6,087 
6,087 

6,087 

4,993 

4,993 

4,993 

4,793 

4,793 
4,393 



13, 600 
4,719 



Diisseldorf: 

Office of Economic Affairs 
(E). 



Office of Executive Director 
(ED). 



Office of General Counsel 
CGC). 



(Outside of U. S. Zone) 



British Zone 



William S. Unger, industrial specialist - 

Newell H. Orr, cml. specialist 

Aura Claire Hall, U.S. chm -- 

William G. Daniels, industrial specialist 

Kurt Fredericks, financial specialist 

Ferdinand J. Fallin, admin, officer 



Frantz G. Loriaux, public affairs officer - 
Peter J. Peterson, v. c. ; visa officer --- 
Joseph H. Raymond, Jr., v. c. ; visa 
officer. 



Joseph Auerbach , atty 
Frederick G. Corneel, atty 



1 Assigned to Displaced Persons Program. 



Apr. 19, 1950 


FSR-2 — 


11,150 


May 30, 1950 


FSR-2 — 


11, 150 


Oct. 30, 1949 


FSS-1 - — 


10, 250 


Oct. 16, 1949 


FSS-2 — - 


10,250 


Oct. 16, 1949 


FSS-3 — 


8,721 


Oct. 16, 1949 


FSS-8 — 


5,493 


Oct. 30, 1949 


FSS-2 — 


10, 250 


Feb. 23, 1950 


FSO-6 -- 


5,030 


Feb. 23, 1950 


FSO-6 -- 


4,593 


Mar. 26, 1950 


FSS-1 — 


9,950 


Dec. 27, 1949 


FSS-8 — 


5,853 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



53 



Post 



Economic Affairs 



General Counsel 



Public Affairs 



Security Board 
Public Affairs 

I>ublic Affairs 

uflen: 
Political Affairs 



g-Holstein (Kiel): 
: Political Affairs 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Salary 



GERMANY (fflCOG)— Continued 
(Outside of U. S. Zone)--Continued 
British Zone--Continued 



Russel G. Wayland, industrial specialist; 

U.S. chm. 
Clifford K. Burke, cml. specialist (MSA) 

James R. Riley, financial specialist 

Betty M. McCuistlon, comm. sec 

Walter H. Glass, atty 

Edick Al Anderson, Jr. , cultural affairs 
adviser. 

William R. Karsteter, info, and ed. spe- 
cialist. 



John Yule, engineer 



Oct. 


16, 


1949 


FSS-1 


Jan. 
May 
Oct. 


2, 

11, 
16, 


1950 
1949 
1949 


FSS-3 
FSS-3 
FSS-9 


Mar. 


26, 


1950 


FSS-4 


Oct. 


16, 


1949 


FSS-6 


Oct. 


16, 


1949 


FSS-6 



Oct. 16, 1949 

Oct. 16, 1949 
Oct. 16, 1949 



Oct. 16, 1949 
Feb. 5, 1950 



Horace Y. Edwards, cultural affairs 

adviser. 
Helen Jean Imrie, cultural affairs adviser- 



Russell L. Wise, cultural affairs adviser- 
Wallace W. Littel, cultural affairs 
adviser. 



Jean Joseph Chenard, chief of combined 

travel bd. 
Richard N. Armstrong, travel control 

officer. 

John R. CaUender, staff sec 

Martin S. Bowe, Jr., passport control 

officer. 
Eugene Rodman Sutton, investigator 

(internal affairs). 

Marcel Van Essen, investigator 

Rosalie S. Murray, investigator 

John W. Richardson, admin, officer -- 



Lawrence P. Ralston, v. c. ; pol. officer- June 12, 1950 



French Zone 



Oct. 


16, 


1949 


FSS-2 


Oct. 


16, 


1949 


FSS-4 


Dec. 


7, 


1949 


FSS-6 


Nov. 


13, 


1949 


FSS-6 


Oct. 


16, 


1949 


FSS-7 


Oct. 


16, 


1949 


FSS-7 


Oct. 


16, 


1949 


FSS-9 


Oct. 


16, 


1949 


FSS-9 



FSS-2 — 

FSS-4 — 
FSS-8 — 



FSS-5 
FSS-6 



$ 10,550 

8,721 
8,481 
5,439 

7,689 



7,401 
6,501 

9,710 

7,^89 
5,493 



8,115 
6,501 



9,470 

7,929 

6,861 
6,501 

6,267 

6,267 
5,439 
5,439 



FSO-6 — 



5,093 



; Political Affairs 



: Political Affairs 



Robert M. Taylor, land observer 



Robert Ryland Button, land observer — - 



Apr. 19, 1950 



Nov. 13, 1949 



FSO-3 — 



FSS-2 — - 



10,030 



9,470 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Salary 



Office of Political Affairs 
(PA). 



GERMANY {HICOG)-Continued 

(Outside of Germany) 

Warsaw 

Marion Houser Basham, entries permit I Oct. 30, 19491 FSS-6 
officer; asst. att. i' roo o 

Vienna 



1$ 6, 501 



I VitalyM. SaJtouta, entries permit officer - | Oct. 16. 1949| FSS-7 —I 6. 2fi7 



m 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



55 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Salary 



GREAT BRITAIN AND NORTHERN IRELAND 



Walter S. Gifford, A. E. and P -- 

Charles M. Spofford, U.S. dep. rep. 

with rank of amb. ; chief of mission 

(NATO). 
Charles H. Bonesteel, 3d, att. (MDAP) -- 

Julius C. Holmes, minister 

John W. Gunter, U.S. alt. rep. on Tri- 
partite Commn. on German debt with 

personal rank of minister. 
John W. Bailey, Jr., couns. of emb. ; 

cons. gen. 
Theodore C. Achilles, U.S. vice dep. 

with personal rank of minister (NATO). 

James K. Penfield, couns. of emb 

Richard C. Breithut, att. (NATO) 

C. Burke Elbrick, couns. of emb. (NATO)- 
Lewis Harlow Van Dusen, Jr. , att. 

(NATO). 

Geoffrey Parsons, Jr., att. (NATO) 

Hans Thacher Clarke, att 

Loren Carroll, att. (NATO) 

Eric Englund, att 

Robert D. Scott, financial adviser on 

Tripartite Commn. on German debt. 

Benjamin M. Hulley, 1st sec; cons 

Jack C. McDermott, 1st sec 

Robert G. Hooker, Jr., att 

Daniel DeBardeleben, att 

Clifford C. MaUock, att. (NATO) 

Merritt Kirk Ruddock, att 

Charles L. Hodge, att. (NATO) 

Ben T. Moore, 1st sec 

Joseph Palmer, 2d, 1st sec. ; cons 

Arthur R. Ringwalt, 1st sec; cons 

John W. Tuthill, 1st sec; cons 

Richard B. Freund, att. (NATO) 

Amory H. Bradford, att. (NATO) 

John Wibnot Mann, att. ^ 

Richard D. Kearney, gen. couns 

Glen Seymour Taylor, att. (NATO) 

Harold H. Cooper, att 

Edwin George Moline, att 

Henry Prager, att.^ 

Clement J. Sobotka, att. (NATO) 

Andrew C. Fleming, att.^ 

Ernest A. Lister, att.* 

Leo Francis Gentner, att 

Hamilton Q. Dearborn, att. (NATO) 

Larkin H. Farinholt, att 

Robert Appleton Fearey, att. (NATO) 

Theodore L. Schumacher, att.' 

J. David Linebaugh, att 

William Harry J. Mclntyre, att 

Beverley T. Nelson, constr. supervisor - 

Douglas Jenkins, 1st sec ; cons 

Paul C. Hutton, 1st sec; cons 

F. Patrick Kelly, att. (NATO) 

Richard Porter Taylor, att 

Peter Abeille, att 

Thomas Patrick Carroll, att 

William Kling, 1st sec. ; cons 

Raymond F. Courtney, 1st sec. ; cons — 



Nov. 29, 1950 
Oct. 12, 1950 



May 12, 1950 
Sept. 13, 1948 
May 23, 1951 



Mar. 15, 1949 

Oct. 3, 1950 

July 18, 1950 
May 15, 1950 
July 13, 1951 
Oct. 18, 1950 

Jan. 26, 1951 
July 9, 1951 
Aug. 14, 1951 
Feb. 15, 1952 
Sept. 5, 1951 



Apr. 6, 
Sept. 11, 
Dec. 21, 
Nov. 1, 
Nov. 3, 
Nov. 18, 
Feb. 14, 
June 5, 
May 2, 
July 1, 
Feb. 20, 
Dec. 24, 
Jan. 2, 
Apr. 10, 
June 28, 
July 30, 
Oct. 12, 
Jan. 4, 
Nov. 8, 
Feb. 21, 
Aug. 9, 
Oct. 2, 
Sept. 16, 
Feb. 24, 
June 13, 
Jan. 17, 
Apr. 10, 
Aug. 6, 
Jan. 22, 
June 13, 
Apr. 11, 
Apr. 21, 
Mar. 2, 
Mar. 15, 
July 1, 
Aug. 21, 
June 18, 
Feb. 9, 



1951 
1950 
1951 
1949 
1949 
1949 
1950 
1950 
1949 
1949 
1951 
1949 
1951 
1951 
1951 
1951 
1951 
1952 
1950 
1949 
1950 
1948 
1948 
1951 
1951 
1952 
1950 
1950 
1946 
1946 
1950 
1950 
1950 
1947 
1948 
1951 
1948 
1950 



FSO-CM 
FSR-1 -- 



FSO-1 --- 

FSO-1 — - 

FSO-1 --- 
FSR-1 - — 
FSO-1 — 
FSR-1 --- 

FSR-1 --- 
FSR-1 — 
FSR-1 — - 
FSR-1 --- 
FSR-2 --- 

FSO-2 --- 
FSR-2 — 
FSR-2 --- 
FSR-2 — 
FSR-2 — 
FSR-2 — 
FSR-2 — 
FSR-2 --- 
FSO-2 --- 
FSO-2 --- 
FSO-2 --- 
FSR-2 — 
FSR-2 --- 
FSR-2 — 
FSR-2 — 
FSR-2 --- 
FSR-2 — - 
FSR-2 — - 
FSR-3 — 
FSR-3 — - 
FSS-1 --- 
FSR-3 - — 
FSS-1 — - 
FSR-3 — - 
FSR-3 --- 
FSR-3 --- 
FSS-2 --- 
FSS-2 — - 
FSS-2 --- 
FSS-2 --- 
FSO-3 --- 
FSO-3 --- 
FSR-3 --- 
FSS-2 --- 
FSS-2 - — 
FSS-2 - — 
FSO-3 --- 
FSO-3 --- 



$ 14, 300 
14, 300 



13,600 

13, 600 

13, 200 
13,200 
12, 800 
12, 800 

12, 800 
12,800 
12, 800 
12, 800 
12,700 

11,850 

11,850 

11,850 

11, 500 

11, 500 

11, 500 

11, 500 

11,500 

11,130 

11,130 

11,130 

11,130 

11,130 

11,130 

11,130 

11,130 

11,130 

11,130 

10,930 

10, 630 

10, 550 

10,330 

9,950 

9,730 

9,730 

9,730 

9,710 

9,710 

9,470 

9,470 

9,430 

9,430 

9,430 

9,230 

9,230 

9,230 

9,130 

9,130 



d also to Ankara, Athens, Bern, Brussels, Cairo, Copenhagen, Dublin, Frankfort on the Main, 

islo, Paris, Rome, Stockholm, The Hague, and Warsaw. 

d also to Ankara, Athens, Berlin, Bern, Brussels, Copenhagen, Dublin, Frankfort on the Main, 

xembourg, Oslo, Paris, Rome, Stockholm, The Hague, Trieste, and Vienna. 

d also to Brussels, Copenhagen, Dublin, Frankfort on the Main, Helsinki, Lisbon, Madrid, Oslo, 

le, Stockholm, and The Hague. 

d also to Copenhagen, Dublin, Helsinki, Oslo, Stockholm, and The Hague. 

d also to Berlin, Brussels, Copenhagen, Dublin, Frankfort on the Main, Helsinki, Lisbon, 

lo, Paris, Rome, Stockholm, and The Hague. 



l-T AVJ..I_j X, l.%JtJ£t 



Post 



London (E)--Continued 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



GREAT BRITAIN AND NORTHERN IRE LAND- -Continued 



; cons - 
; cons - 
officer 



William F. Busser, 1st sec. 
Bartley P. Gordon, 1st sec. 
Robert G. Miner, For. Ser 

Robert Eisenberg, att 

Ray Steiner Cline, att 

John L. Nolan, att 

Findley Weaver, att 

Henri Francis Bauer, att.^ 

Douglas W. Bryant, att 

Neill M. Coney, Jr., att. (NATO) 

William A. Brady, facilities liaison 
officer. 

William B. Hussey, att.^ 

H. John Kelly, att 

G. Curtiss Murrell, att. (NATO) 

Stuart W. Don, att 

James G. Chandler, att. ^ 

Albert Post, att. (NATO) 

Robert L. Whitaker, att 

Joseph A. Todo, 2d sec; cons 

Leonard Roy Greenup, att 

George Henkle Reese, att 

Barrett Parker, att 

Donald H. Nichols, att 

Edward C. Wilson, att 

John William Coffey, att -- 

Warren La Forest Dean, att 

George F. Tyler, Jr., att. (NATO) 

Stanley E. Kalish, att -.. 

William J. Supple, att 

Margaret K. Gardner, att 

John J. Coyle, cons. ; att -- 

Juan de Zengotita, 2d sec. ; cons 

Margaret Joy libbetts, 2d sec. ; cons 

Thomas John Dunnigan, 2d sec. ; cons — 

Betty Ann Middieton, 2d sec. ; cons 

Ellen C. Walhay, att.- — - -.. 

William H. Morris, att 

Lyndon Vivrette, att 

Charles G. Weaver, att -- 

Edward M. Leigh, att -- 

John A. McCarthy, info, officer 

Conrad J. Thoren, asst. att.' 

Charles McClean Johnston, att 

Ward J. Haas, att 

Katherine A. H. Egerton, econ. analyst - 

Fred H. Houck, cons 

DeWitt Bragan, veterans affairs officer "^ - 

Harold M. Granata, cons 

Andrew Ivey KiUgore, v. c 

Clarence J. Mcintosh, v. c 

Edward Macauley, 3d, asst. att 

David Fraser Gould, veterans affairs officer 

Jean M. Jerolaman, admin, asst 

William J. Galloway, special asst. (NATO) 

Henry W. Sawyer, 3d, asst. att 

Walter M. Walsh, v. c 

Anne C. Madden, asst. att 

Sybillia D. Jones, v. c 

Ruth G. Michaelson, asst. att. (MDAP) -- 
David K. Marvin, 2q sec. ; v. c 



Apr. 
Nov. 
Dec. 
Apr. 
Oct. 
Mar. 



7, 1950 

8, 1951 
3, 1951 

23, 1951 
1, 1951 
7, 1952 



May 22, 1947 
Mar. 19, 1951 
Nov. 17, 1949 
4, 1952 
13, 1950 



Feb. 
Oct. 



Dec. 
Dec. 
June 



5, 1947 

6, 1950 
6, 1949 

Apr. 12, 1951 
Aug. 3, 1950 
Apr. 20, 1950 



Oct 


1 


, 1950 


Jul> 


21 


, 1949 


Aug 


. 15 


, 1949 


.July 


20 


, 1950 


Nov 


. 1 


, 1948 


Feb 


. 18 


, 1952 


June 8 


, 1950 


Oct. 


20 


, 1950 


Oct. 


23 


1950 


June 20 


1951 


Nov 


19 


1951 


Mar 


. 1 


1951 


Jan. 


26 


1951 


Oct. 


17 


1933 


June 


15 


1949 


Aug 


16 


1949 


Sept 


.20 


1950 


Mar 


23 


1951 


Nov. 


6, 


1950 


Feb. 


12, 


1951 


Feb. 


28, 


1951 


May 


12, 


1951 


Aug. 


26, 


1951 


Nov. 


9, 


1951 


Dec. 


30, 


1946 


Apr. 


18, 


1951 


Oct. 


4, 


1951 


June 


7, 


1923 


Oct. 


4, 


1948 


Mar. 


13, 


1947 


Jan. 


24, 


1950 


Aug. 


19, 


1951 


Mar. 


31, 


1949 


Dec. 


16, 


1950 


Apr. 


15, 


1947 


Apr. 


28, 


1951 


Oct. 


5, 


1950 


Sept. 


24, 


1951 


June 


7, 


1950 


May 


10, 


1951 


Dec. 


15, 


1951 


Jan. 


13, 


1950 


May 


19, 


1950 



FSO-3 - 
FSO-3 - 
FSO-3 - 
FSR-3 -• 
FSR-3 -■ 
FSR-3 -- 
FSS-3 -- 
FSR-4 -- 
FSR-4 -- 
FSR-4 -- 
FSS-3 -- 

FSS-4 -- 

FSS-4 -- 

FSR-4 -- 

FSR-4 -- 

FSS-5 -- 

FSS-4 -- 

FSS-4 -- 

FSO-4 -- 

FSR-4 -- 

FSS-4 -- 

FSR-4 -- 

FSS-5 -- 

FSS-5 -- 

FSS-5 -- 

FS3-5 -- 

FSR-4 -- 

FSR-4 --. 

FSS-6 -- 

FSS-5 --• 

FSS-6 --. 

FSO-4 --. 

FSO-4 --■ 

FSO-4 --- 

FSO-4 -- 

FSR-4 --- 

FSR-4 --- 

FSR-4 --- 

FSR-4 --- 

FSR-4 --- 

FSR-4 - — 

FSS-6 --- 

FSS-6 --- 

FSS-6 --- 

FSS-7 --- 

FSS-7 --- 

FSS-7 --- 

FSS-7 --- 

FSS-8 --- 

FSS-7 --- 

FSS-7 --- 

FSS-8 --- 

FSS-8 --- 

FSR-5 --- 

FSR-5 --- 

FSS-7 --- 

FSS-7 --- 

FSS-7 --- 

FSS-8 --- 

FSO-5 --- 



Lisbon, 



Copenhagen, Dublin, 



Assigned also to Ankara, Athens, Bern, Brussels, Copenhagen, Dublin 
Rome, Stockholm, The Hague, Trieste, and Vienna. 

Assigned also to Berlin, Bern, Brussels 
Paris, Stockholm, The Hague, and Warsaw. 
3 Assigned also to Dublin. 
"Assigned also to Ankara, Athens 
Lisbon, Luxenribourg, Oslo, Paris, Rome, Stockholm, The Hague, Trieste, and Vienna 
Assigned also to Brussels, Copenhagen, Dublin, Helsinki, Oslo, Stockholm 
Assigned also to Copenhagen, Dublin, Oslo, Stockholm, and The Hague 



Luxembourg, Oslo, Parii 
Helsinki, Lisbon, Madrid, Moscow, Oslo, 



Berlin, Bern, Brussels, Copenhagen, Dublin, Frankfort on the Main, 

ina. 
and The Hague. 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



57 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Salary 



tinued 



GREAT BRITAIN AND NORTHERN IRELAND— Continued 



Gwendolyn T. Barrows, asst. att 

John P. Reddington, asst. gen. sers. 

officer. 

Herbert F. Propps, 2d sec. ; v. c 

Hugh G. Appling, 2d sec. ; v. c. (NATO) - 

Roberts. Houghton, 2d sec. ; v. c 

James G. Ward, control officer (NATO) - 

John G. Oliver, asst. att 

Isaac F. Strickland, special sers. officer- 
Janet M. Lowrie, personnel technician - 

Marion Walker, sec 

Winifred M. CuUin, admin, asst 

William T. Ketcham, Jr. , asst. att. (NAG) 

Eugene Evans Clark, press officer 

Benjamin F. Sanford, asst. att. (NATO) - 
Mary Linn McCulloch, asst. librarian — 

Ben Franklin Brannon, v. c 

Olive M. Jensen, v. c 

Ruth S. Anderson, v. c 

Doyle Arthur Walker, documents officer - 
Phoebe Baroody Stanton, cultural affairs 

officer. 

Elizabeth K. Hearn, press officer 

Margaret L. Ramisch, veterans affairs 

officer. 

Harriet C. Thurgood, v. c 

Carl I. von Hellens, v. c 

Eugene LeBert, Jr., graphics specialist - 

John W. Sullivan, v. c 

Janice Plowman, admin, asst. (NATO) — 
John George Bacon, communications 

supervisor. 
Harold Milton Steege, communications 

asst. 

Emily C. Thackara, biographic asst 

Eileen M. Winton, econ. asst 

Rene L. Kuhn, asst. press officer 

Lucile McClanahan, accountant 

George A. Ellsworth, econ. asst 

Fielden W. McCloud, communications 

technician.^ 
William N. Breswick, research asst. on 

Tripartite Commn. on German debt. 
Mack Hawkins, Jr. , disbursing officer -- 



Air A) 



Col. Poward E. Kessinger, army att 
Rear Admiral NeU Kittrell Dietrich, 

naval att. and naval att. for air. 

Brig. Gen. Jack W. Wood, air att 

Col. Edward M. Bright, asst. army att.^ - 
Lt. Col. John W. Regan, asst. army att - 
Lt. Col. Philip H. Draper, asst. army 

att. 
Lt. Col. 

att. 
Lt. Col. 

att .3 
Lt. Col. George P. Seneff, Jr. , asst. 

army att. 
Lt. Col. Sylvester A. Hall, asst. army 

att. 
Lt. Col. Claude L. Crawford, asst. army 

att. 
Lt. Col. John C. Damon, asst. army att — 
Lt. Col. Ernest C. Mclnnis, asst. army 

att. 



Blair E. Henderson, asst. army 
Earl C. Stewart, asst. army 



Jan. 


11, 


1950 


Jan. 


16, 


1950 


Mar 


22. 


1949 


Nov. 


10, 


1950 


Nov. 


26, 


1951 


Apr. 


1. 


1946 


Mar. 


8, 


1950 


June 30, 


1950 


Jan. 


15, 


1951 


July 


1, 


1942 


Jan. 


27, 


1948 


Nov. 


2, 


1950 


Feb. 


18, 


1951 


June 


10, 


1951 


Oct. 


4, 


1948 


Aug. 


14, 


1950 


Feb. 


16, 


1951 


Apr. 


6. 


1951 


July 


16, 


1951 


Dec. 


12, 


1951 


Aug. 


22, 


1950 


Mar 


10, 


1947 


Mar. 


1, 


1949 


Mar 


1, 


1950 


Feb. 


12, 


1951 


June 


6, 


1951 


June 


7, 


1951 


Aug. 


16, 


1950 


June 


8, 


1951 


Jan. 


1, 


1934 


Sept 


1, 


1941 


Jan. 


24, 


1949 


Feb. 


4, 


1949 


Feb. 


9, 


1950 


July 


11, 


1951 


Nov. 


20, 


1951 


Dec. 


14, 


1951 


May 


5, 


1950 


Feb. 


7, 


1952 


Oct. 


6, 


1950 


Sept. 


26, 


1951 


Feb. 


28, 


1949 


June 16, 


1949 


Oct. 


1, 


1949 


Oct. 


1, 


1949 


May 


6, 


1950 


July 


22, 


1950 


Nov. 


15, 


1950 


Aug. 


23, 


1951 


Oct. 


13, 


1951 



FSR-5 — - 


$ 5,713 


FSS-9 -- 


5,619 


FSO-5 --- 


5,513 


FSO-5 --- 


5,513 


FSO-5 — 


5,513 


FSS-8 -- 


5,493 


FSS-8 -- 


5,493 


FSS-8 — 


5,493 


FSS-8 --- 


5,493 


FSS-9 — 


5,439 


FSS-9 -- 


5,439 


FSR-5 — 


5,313 


FSR-5 — 


5,313 


FSR-5 — - 


5,313 


FSS-8 — 


5,313 


FSS-8 — 


5,313 


FSS-8 -- 


5,313 


FSS-8 — 


5,313 


FSS-8 - — 


5,313 


FSS-8 — 


5,313 


FSS-9 -- 


5,259 


FSS-9 -- 


5,079 


FSS-9 — 


5,079 


FSS-9 -- 


5,079 


FSS-9 -- 


5,079 


FSS-9 — 


5,079 


FSS-9 -- 


5,079 


FSS-9 — 


4,899 


FSS-9 — 


4,899 


FSS-9 — 


4,719 


FSS-9 -- 


4,719 


FSS-9 — 


4,719 


FSS-9 -- 


4,719 


FSS-9 — 


4,719 


FSS-9 --- 


4,719 


FSS-9 — 


4,719 


FSS-9 - — 


4,719 







to Copenhagen, Dublin, Helsinki, Oslo, Reykjavik, and Stockholm, 
to serve as army liaison officer at Hong Kong, 
to serve as army liaison officer at Singapore. 



58 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: APRIL 1, 1952 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



5 



Salary 



GREAT BRITAIN AND NORTHERN IRE LAND- -Continued 



— I 



London (E)- -Continued 
(AA, NA, & Air A)- 
Continued. 



Belfast, Northern Ireland 
(CG). 



Birmingham, England (C) 
Bradford, England (C) --- 



Cardiff, Wales (C) 

Edinburgh, Scotland (C) 



Glasgow, Scotland (C) ■ 



Liverpool, England (C) ■ 



Maj. James R. Michael, asst. army att. ' 
Maj. Norman E. Pehrson, asst. army 

att. 
Capt. Fielding L. Greaves, asst. army 

att. 2 

Capt. Philip Daniel Lohmann, asst. naval 

att. for research. 
Capt. Ralph Sperry Clarke, asst. naval 

att. for air. 
Capt. Ethelbert Watts, asst. naval att -- 
Capt. Peter Harry Horn, asst. naval att - 
Col. Avery Raymond Kier, asst. naval 

att. for air. 
Comdr. Richard James Craig, asst. 

naval att. and asst. naval att. for air.^ 
Comdr. Talbot Edward Harper, asst. 

naval att. 
Lt. Comdr. Wallace Gordon Cornell, 
asst. naval att. and asst. naval att. 
for air.'' 
Lt. Comdr. Robert Arthur Dowd, asst. 

naval att. 
Lt. Frank Wadsworth, asst. naval att — 
Lt. Richard Austin Wier, asst. naval att - 
Ens. Edgar Frederick Luckenbach, Jr., 
asst. naval att. and asst. naval att. 
for air. '• 
Col. Theodore A. Fuller, asst. air att -- 
Col. Kenneth E. Pletcher, asst. air att. ^ 
Col. William E. McDonald, asst. air 

att. 6 
Lt. Col. Leonard R. Hall, asst. air att -- 
Lt. Col. Robert F. Layton, asst. air att.' 

Maj. Lewis N. Ellis, asst. air att 

Maj. William S. Winneshiek, asst. air 

att. 
Maj. Donald M. Dessert, asst. air att -- 
Capt. Kirkwood C. Myers, asst. air att. ** 
Capt. Frederick W. Gerhard, Jr., asst. 

air att. ' 
Capt. Thomas J. Hallahan, asst. air att." 



Ralph A. Boernstein, cons 
Edward S. Parker, cons 

Heber R. Bird, v. c 

Elwyn F. Chase, v. c 

Phil H. Hubbard, cons 

Ronald E. Loubert, v. c 

Walter W. Hoffmann, cons *-■ 

Richard H. Adams, v. c 

Malcolm P. Hallam, v. c 

Charles H. Derry, cons, gen 
H. Franklin Irwin, Jr., cons 

Stanley T. Hayes, v. c' 

Walter Smith, cons 

Vernon B. Zirkle, cons 

Taylor G. Belcher, cons 

John F. Huddleston, cons, gen 
Maynard B. Lundgren, v. c -- 
Walter M. McClelland, v. c -- 



gen 



^ Assigned to serve as asst. army liaison officer at Singapore. 
^ Assigned to serve as asst. army liaison officer at Hong Kong. 

Resident in Hong Kong. 

Resident in Singapore. 

Assigned also to Stockholm. 
^ Assigned also as sr. mil. liaison officer at and resident in Singapore. 
^ Assigned also to serve as air liaison officer at Hong Kong. 
^ Assigned also as asst. air liaison officer at and resident in Singapore. 

Assigned also as asst. air liaison officer at and resident in Hong Kong. 



July 26, 1951 
Oct. 13, 1951 

Oct. 16, 1951 

Mar. 14, 1950 

Mar. 18, 1950 

July 22, 1950 
Apr. 21, 1951 
May 2, 1950 

Jan. 10, 1951 

June 7, 1951 

Jan. 26, 1949 

Apr. 21, 1951 

Mar. 18, 1950 
Apr. 21, 1951 
Aug. 10, 1950 



Feb. 18, 1949 
July 26, 1950 
Dec. 29, 1950 

Aug. 20, 1949 
July 22, 1950 
Feb. 18, 1949 
Mar. 11, 1950 

Dec. 26, 1951 
Jan. 25, 1951 
Apr. 7, 1951 

May 18, 1951 



Feb. 

Jan. 

Nov. 

Sept 

Dec. 

Mar. 

July 

Dec. 

Aug. 

Feb. 

June 

Jan. 

Dec. 

Sept. 

Nov. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 



9, 1951 

30, 1950 
. 6, 1951 
. 4, 1950 

15, 1947 

2, 1951 

25, 1951 

31, 1951 
20, 1951 

8, 1952 
7, 1951 

15, 1951 
12, 1951 

9, 1949 
17, 1949 
27, 1947 

25, 1950 

26, 1950 



FSO-2 - 
FSS-7 - 
FSS-7 - 
FSO-6 - 
FSO-4 - 
FSS-11 
FSO-3 - 
FSO-6 - 
FSS-8 - 
FSO-2 - 
FSR-4 - 
FSS-9 - 
FSO-3 - 
FSS-5 - 
FSO-4 - 
FSO-2 - 
FSS-7 - 
FSO-6 - 



?11, 130 
6,087 
5,907 
4,393 
8,463 
3,927 
9, 130 
4,593 
5,493 

11,850 
8, 163 
5,079 
9,730 
7,095 
6,963 

11,850 
6,087 
4,793 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



59 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Salary 



GREAT BRITAIN AND NORTHERN IRE LAND- -Continued 



uid (C)-- 
?land (C) — - 
me, 
igland (C) -- 



John F. Rogers, v. c 



John H. Lord, cons 

James R. Riddle, cons --■ 
Harold D. Pease, cons --• 

Jack A. Sulser, v. c 

Joseph P. Ragland, cons -■ 
Courtland Christiani, v. c 
Joseph G. Bowers, v. c 
John J. Bentley, v. c 



(Europe) 

Francis Adams Lane, cons 
Dudley E. Cjfphers, v. c -- 

Leslie L. Rood, cons 

Richard B. Andrews, v. c - 



(Asia) 



L. Pittman Springs, cons.^ 

Ralph G. Clark, v. c. ^ 

Hermann F. Eilts, v. c.^ 

John B. McGrath, v. c 

Walter P. McConaughy, cons, gen.^ 

James Gregory Byington, admin, officer - 

Harold E. Montamat, cons 

Ralph N. Clough, cons 

David H. McKillop, cons 

Ralph H. Hunt, cons 

Paul W. Frillman, cons 

Alexander L. Peaslee, cons 

Arthur D. Barnett, cons 

John Roger Heidemann, econ. officer — 

Frank A. Kierman, Jr., v. c 

William W. Parriott, For. Ser. Staff 

officer. 

John Q. Blodgett, v. c 

Charles J. Beckman, v. c 

Elie Thomas Colosimo, public affairs 

officer. 
Eleanor M. Shields, personnel officer -- 

Lucy A. Shults, v. c 

Ruth F. Bean, research asst 

Jack W. Leach, info, officer 

Howard L. Boorman, v. c 

Richard M. McCarthy, v. c 

John N. Gatch, Jr., v. c 

Stephen A. Comiskey, v. c 

Paul M. Miller, v. c 

John B. Dexter, v. c 

Theo C. Adams, v. c 

Charles Tenney Cross, public affairs 

officer. 

Richard W. Schaben, v. c 

Richard E. Johnson, v. c 

Ada Miriam Sullivan, librarian 

Valerie K. Breingan, gen. sers. officer - 

James Talmadge Rousseau, v. c 

Gilda R. Duly, v. c 

Robert A. Burton, public affairs asst — 

Edward Wallace Bryant, v. c 

John Anthony McVickar, v. c 

Lindsey Grant, For. Ser. officer 

Robert Jadwin Ballantyne, v. c 

Franklin Joseph Crawford, v. c 



July 1, 1951 

Jan. 24, 1949 
Oct. 12, 1950 
Nov. 22, 1949 
Dec. 31, 1951 
July 14, 1950 
Dec. 27, 1951 
Sept. 7, 1949 
Feb. 7, 1948 



May 9, 1950 
Jan. 2, 1952 
Aug. 7, 1951 
Jan. 23, 1950 



Dec. 


16 


, 1949 


Apr. 


29 


, 1950 


Apr. 


20 


, 1951 


Mar 


29 


, J952 


Aug. 


23 


, 1950 


Oct. 


29 


, 1951 


Oct. 


25 


, 1951 


July 


20 


, 1950 


Sept 


29 


, 1951 


Mar 


8 


, 1948 


Aug. 


21 


1950 


Feb. 


12 


, 1952 


Mar 


9 


, 1951 


Dec. 


10 


1951 


Nov. 


19 


1950 


Feb. 


18 


1952 


June 21 


1950 


May 


30 


1950 


Mar 


3 


1952 


Oct. 


17 


1950 


Dec. 


14 


1950 


July 


21 


1950 


Jan. 


29 


1951 


Apr. 


27 


1950 


June 


6 


1950 


June 20 


1950 


Sept. 


13 


1950 


Nov. 


2 


1950 


Dec. 


5 


1950 


Dec. 


14 


1950 


Nov. 


23 


1951 


Sept. 


5 


1951 


July 


11 


1951 


Sept. 


5 


1950 


Sept. 


2, 


1949 


Sept. 


5, 


1949 


Apr. 


14, 


1950 


May 


16, 


1951 


May 


2, 


1951 


Aug. 


16, 


1951 


Mar. 


21, 


1950 


May 


2, 


1951 


Nov. 


15, 


1951 



FSO-6 -- 

FSO-3 -- 
FSS-8 -- 
FSS-5 -- 
FSO-6 -- 
FSO-3 -- 
FSS-9 — 
FSS-9 — 
FSS-9 — 



FSS-4 - 
FSS-9 - 
FSO-3 - 
FSS-10 



FSS-7 
FSO-5 
FSO-5 
FSO-5 
FSO-2 
FSS-2 
FSO-3 
FSO-3 
FSO-3 
FSS-3 
FSS-4 
FSO-4 
FSR-4 
FSS-7 
FSS-7 
FSS-7 

FSO-5 
FSS-7 
FSS-7 

FSS-8 
FSS-8 
FSS-8 
FSS-8 
FSO-5 
FSO-5 
FSO-5 
FSO-5 • 
FSO-5 ■ 
FSO-5 • 
FSO-5 ■ 
FSS-8 ■ 

FSS-9 ■ 
FSO-6 ■ 
FSS-9 - 
FSS-9 ■ 
FSS-9 ■ 
FSS-9 ■ 
FSS-9 - 
FSO-6 - 
FSO-6 ■ 
FSO-6 ■ 
FSO-6 ■ 
FSO-6 ■ 



$ 4,593 

10, 630 
6,213 
7,095 
4,593 

10,630 
5,619 
5,079 
4,899 



7,689 
5,259 
9,130 
4,563 



6,267 
5,313 
5,313 
5,313 
11,500 
9,710 
9,430 
9,130 
9,130 
8,481 
8,409 
6,963 
6,963 
6,267 
6,087 
6,087 

5,913 
5,907 
5,907 

5,673 
5,673 
5,493 
5,493 
5,313 
5,313 
5,313 
5,313 
5,313 
5,313 
5,313 
5,313 

5,259 
5,093 
4,899 
4,719 
4,719 
4,719 
4,719 
4,593 
4,593 
4,393 
4,393 
4,193 



> to Jidda and Sana' a. 

I as 2d sec. and v. c. at Jidda and Sana'a. 

) to Macau. 



60 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: APRIL 1, 1952 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



GREAT BRITAIN AND NORTHERN IRELAND— Continued 



Kuala Lumpur, Fecieratlon 
of Malaya (C). 



Nicosia, Cyprus (C) 



Penang, Federation of 
Malaya (C). 

Singapore (CG) 



Accra, Gold Coast, 
Africa (C). 



West 



(Asia) - - Continued 

Hendrik van Oss, cons 

Beatrice Holt, librarian 

Jack A. Gertz, public affairs officer 

Richard B. Peters, v. c 

Robert G. L. WaU, v. c. ' 

David Dean, v. c 

Joseph J. Wagner, cons 

Walter William Harris, Jr . , cons, att - 
Creath A. Tooley, For. Ser. Staff 
officer. ^ 

Alberto. Fox, asst. cons. att. ^ 

Kenneth W. Linde, v. c 

Leo Joseph Potvin, communications 

supervisor . 
John Harless Lawson, communications 

officer. 
Stephen J. Mack, communications super- 
visor. 
Edward Claude McKeown, admin, asst - 
Ernest R. Torella, communications 
supervisor.'' 

Stephen E. Palmer, Jr., v. c -- -- 

LaRue R. Lutkins, cons 

Thomas E. Tait, v. c 

James F. Anderson, v. c 

Charles F. Baldwin, cons. gen. with 
personal rank of minister. 

Elmer Newton, cons 

Richard H. Hawkins, Jr., cons 

Leo A. Riordan, regional constr. super- 
visor. 

John Goodyear, cons 

Seymour 1. Nadler, cons 

Frank N. Welsh, public affairs officer -- 

Joseph H. Rogatnick, cons 

Robert J. Boylan, cons 

Robert J. Jantzen, pol. officer 

Oscar V. Armstrong, cons 

Robert C. Huffman, asst. cons, att 

Dorothy Isabel Jose, cultural affairs 
officer. 

James Julius Halsema, info, officer 

Stanley R. Kidder, v. c 

Harry M. Lofton, v. c 

Willard L. Thompson, cultural affairs 
officer. 

Margaret K. Beadles, librarian 

Ralph J. McGuire, v. c 

Josephine D. Wharton, disbursing officer- 
Frederick J. Eichhorn, 3d, radio officer- 
John J. O'Keefe, v. c --- 

Walter C. McArthur, info, asst 

Margaret A. Reilly, sec 

Leo Michael Linehan, v. c 

(Africa) 

William E. Cole, Jr., cons 

Roy F. Cleveland, Jr., asst. cons, att -- 

Roger P. Ross, v. c 

John R. Bartelt, Jr., v. c --- 

Robert I. Fleming, v. c 

H. Gordon Minnigerode, cons 

Michael Smolik, v. c 



Feb. 9 


, 1951 


FSO-5 


Aug. 1 


, 1951 


FSS-7 


Nov. 23 


1951 


FSS-7 


Sept. 13 


1951 


FSS-8 


Mar. 7 


1950 


FSS-9 


Nov. 23 


1951 


FSO-6 


Apr. 24 


1951 


FSO-4 


May 5 


1950 


FSS-4 


Oct. 11 


1951 


FSS-7 


May 12 


1950 


FSS-8 


Aug. 8 


1950 


FSS-8 


Feb. 27 


1951 


FSS-8 


Apr. 16 


1951 


FSS-8 


Feb. 27 


1951 


FSS-9 


May 21 


1951 


FSS-9 


Nov. 26, 


1951 


FSS-9 


Apr. 23, 


1951 


FSO-6 


May 23, 


1950 


FSO-4 


June 1, 


1950 


FSS-10 


Oct. 11, 


1951 


FSS-10 


Oct. 4, 


1951 


FSO-1 


Feb. 5, 


1951 


FSS-2 


Feb. 1, 


1952 


FSO-3 ■ 


Dec. 18, 


1951 


FSS-2 ■ 


June 21, 


1950 


FSO-3 - 


Dec. 12, 


1950 


FSS-4 - 


Aug. 29, 


1951 


FSR-4 - 


Mar. 27, 


1951 


FSS-4 - 


Apr. 19, 


1951 


FSS-4 - 


May 26, 


1948 


FSS-5 - 


Mar. 30, 


1950 


I^SO-4 - 


Jan. 14, 


1948 


FSS-6 - 


Oct. 16, 


1951 


FSS-8 - 


Nov. 1, 


1949 


FSS-7 - 


Apr. 14, 


1950 


FSS-7 - 


Mar. 9, 


1951 


FSS-7 - 


May 4, 


1951 


FSS-7 - 


May 20, 


1950 


FSS-9 - 


Sept. 10, 


1951 


FSO-5 - 


June 2, 


1950 


FSS-8 - 


June 9, 


1951 


FSS-8 - 


Feb. 21, 


1950 


FSS-9 - 


Mar. 21, 


1951 


FSS-9 - 


Feb. 1, 


1952 


FSS-9 - 


Feb. 26, 


1951 


FSO-6 - 


Dec. 13, 


1951 


FSO-3 - 


June 29, 


1949 


FSS-7 - 


Aug. 4, 


1950 


FSR-5 - 


Aug. 27, 


1951 


FSS-8 - 


Oct. 10, 


1951 


FSS-9 - 


Nov. 29, 


1949 


FSO-3 - 


Mar. 13, 


1950 


FSS-9 - 



Dar-es-Salaam, Tanganyika, 
East Africa (C). 

'■ Assigned also to Penang. 

^ Assigned also to Egypt, Ethiopia, Iran, Iraq, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Palestine, Saudi Arabi, Syria, and 
Turkey. 
^ Assigned also as asst. att. at Baghdad, Beirut, and Cairo. 
""■ Assigned also to Ankara, Baghdad, Beirut, Cairo, and Istanbul. 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



61 



^P^T 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Salary 



West 



a, East 



East 



ern Rho- 

. I. (C) - — 
Honduras 
itish Guiana 
uda (CG) --- 

ca, B.W.I. 

Bahamas 
rrinidad, 



(E) 



GREAT BRITAIN AND NORTHERN IRELAND--Continued 
(Af r ica) — Continued 



Archie W. Childs, cons, gen 

Robert W. Ross, v. c 

John A. Jones, Jr. , public affairs officer 

William Nesselhof, Jr., cons 

David J. Bleecker, v. c 

Frederick E. Myers, v. c 

Angus Ward, cons, gen 

John A. Noon, cons 

Frea Eason Hubbard, v. c 

W. Milbourne Neighbors, v. c 

Robert W. Stookey, v. c 

Harold Sims, cons, gen 

Randolph Roberts, cons 

Kathryn M. Geoghegan, v. c 

(America) 

Philip Ernst, cons 

Henry O. Ramsey, cons 

Louis B. Mazzeo, cons 

Wesley E. Jorgensen, v. c 

Thomas Edmund Burke, v. c 

E. Paul Tenney, cons, gen 

Raymond Phelan, cons 

Helen N. Winckel, v. c 

Robert Y. Brown, cons, gen 

Herbert W. Carlson, cons 

James Parker Wilson, v. c 

Edwaru Anderberg, Jr., v. c 

Joseph W. Schutz, v. c 

Thomas H. Robinson, cons 

Ernest L. Eslinger, cons 

Robert V. Carey, v. c 

Rol)ert F. Hale, cons, gen 

Carl Breuer, cons 

Helene E. W. Fischer, v. c 

Kenedon P. Steins, v. c 

Lily A. Olson, v. c 

GREECE 

John E. Peurifoy, A. E. and P 

Charles W. Yost, couns. of emb. with 

personal rank of minister. 

J. Carney Howell, admin, officer 

Harry R. Turkel, couns. of emb 

Horace W. Fuller, att — 

Robert B. Memminger, couns. of emb -- 

John E. Baker, att 

David C. Berger, 1st sec. ; cons, gen — 
Norbert L. Anschuetz, special asst. to 

amb. 

Print Hudson, att 

John E. Hargrove, budget and fiscal 

officer. 
Herbert D. Brewster, special asst. to 

dep. chief of MSA mission. 

Maurice S. Rice, 1st sec. ; cons 

Alexander Schnee, 1st sec. ; cons 

Thomas H. Karamessines, att 

Gilbert C. Greenway, att 

Douglas Blaufarb, att 

Jane D. Martin, att 

John F. Correll, labor att 

Jerome Sperling, att 

Edgar Anthony Dorman, chief auaitor 

Donald Richmond Barton, att 

William H. Byrd, gen. sers. officer 



Apr. 


6. 


1951 


FSO-2 -— $11,500 


July 


3, 


1951 


FSO-5 --- 


5,313 


Feb. 


12, 


1952 


FSS-8 --- 


5,313 


Oct. 


18, 


1951 


FSO-5 — - 


5,313 


Oct. 


18, 


1951 


FSS-9 --- 


4,719 


Sept 


2, 


1949 


FSS-10 -- 


4,323 


Sept. 


1, 


1950 


FSO-1 --- 


13, 200 


Sept 


7, 


1951 


FSR-4 --- 


8,463 


Mar. 


15, 


1951 


FSS-6 --- 


6,501 


June 


7, 


1951 


FSS-7 — - 


5,907 


Dec. 


31. 


1948 


FSO-5 — - 


5,713 


Aug. 


24, 


1951 


FSO-3 --- 


9, 130 


Nov. 


29, 


1949 


FSO-4 --- 


6,963 


Apr. 


14, 


1950 


FSS-10 -- 


4,323 


Dec. 


7, 


1951 


FSS-6 --- 


6,861 


Jan. 


10, 


1952 


FSS-7 — - 


6,807 


Oct. 


15, 


1951 


FSS-5 -- 


7,275 


Nov. 


20, 


1951 


FSS-9 --- 


4,899 


Aug. 


8, 


1950 


FSS-9 --- 


5,619 


May 


17, 


1951 


FSO-2 -- 


11,130 


June 


7, 


1951 


FSS-5 - — 


7,455 


Dec. 


17, 


1951 


FSS-9 --- 


4,719 


Oct. 


30, 


1950 


FSO-2 --- 


11,130 


July 


1, 


1949 


FSS-6 --- 


7,041 


Dec. 


1, 


1949 


FSS-6 --- 


7,041 


Feb. 


16, 


1952 


FSS-6 - — 


6,861 


Jan. 


5, 


1952 


FSS-8 --- 


5,853 


Aug. 


19, 


1949 


F30-3 --- 


10,630 


Aug. 


16, 


1951 


FSS-7 - — 


6,807 


Feb. 


11, 


1948 


FSS-10 -- 


4,443 


Apr. 


1, 


1950 


FSO-2 -- 


11,130 


Apr. 


25, 


1950 


FSO-3 — - 


9,130 


Jan. 


16, 


1952 


FSS-9 - — 


5,439 


Jan. 


4, 


1952 


FSO-5 --- 


5,313 


Sept 


3, 


1949 


FSS-9 --- 


5,079 


July 


29, 


1950 


FSO-CM - 




Sept. 


29, 


1950 


FSO-1 --- 


12,800 


July 


18, 


1950 


FSR-2 -- 


11,850 


June 


5, 


1951 


FSO-2 -- 


11,500 


June 24, 


1950 


FSR-2 --- 


11,500 


Nov. 


17, 


1948 


FSO-2 --- 


11,130 


Apr. 


3, 


1951 


FSR-2 --- 


11,130 


July 


3, 


1951 


FSO-3 - — 


11,030 


Sept. 


25, 


1951 


FSR-3 --- 


9,730 


Sept. 


28, 


1951 


FSS-2 --- 


9,710 


July 


1, 


1948 


FSS-3 --- 


9,441 


June 


13, 


1949 


FSO-3 --- 


9,130 


Sept. 


6, 


1950 


FSO-3 --- 


9, 130 


Dec. 


13, 


1951 


FSO-3 --- 


9,130 


Mar. 


9, 


1951 


FSR-3 —- 


9, 130 


May 


25, 


1951 


FSR-3 --- 


9,130 


May 


31, 


1950 


FSR-4 --- 


8,763 


Oct. 


17, 


1949 


FSS-3 - — 


8,721 


Dec. 


1, 


1948 


FSS-3 — 


8,481 


Feb. 


8, 


1952 


FSS-3 — - 


8,481 


July 


1- 


1948 


FSS-4 -- 


8,409 


Feb. 


16, 


1950 


FSS-4 --- 


8, 16'j 


Mar. 


2, 


1948 


FSS-4 --- 


7,929 




OA 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: APRIL 1, 1952 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Athens (Athenai) (E)- 
Continued. 



GREECE- -Continued 

James Finnell, att 

Karry J. Milton, budget and fiscal officer. 
Robert Henry Marsh, asst. chief of 

transportation ser. 

Blake Cochran, att 

Westly B. Sheluon, aircraft pilot 

John MacEwenn Belts, att 

Mary S. Johnston, asst. att 

Archibald Adam, att 

Gordon Delmore Johnson, procurement 

and supply officer. 
Ralph C. Talcott, chief of transportation 

section. 

Florence W. Konold, att 

John D. lams, 2d sec. ; cons 

Thomas M. Judd, 2d sec. ; cons 

William E. Weld, Jr. , cultural affairs 

officer. 

Hazel Howard, att 

Sherman L. Wallace, att 

George M. Watson, asst. info, officer — 
Margaret T. Jaastad, personnel tech- 
nician. 
Erwin C. Thompson, hotel and billeting 

supervisor. 

John R. Stuart, radio engineei 

Richard Erstein, asst. att 

Janice Benson Westberg, procedure 

analyst. 

Seymour Levenson, auaitor 

Marion Elizabeth Brown, librarian 

Asa L. Evans, For. Ser. Staff officer --- 

Peter C. Lamas, att 

Richard C. Brower, att 

Harry Feinstein, personnel technician — 

Anne Marie Davis, librarian 

Francis E. Witman, blug. supt 

Hugo V. Newell, budget and fiscal officer- 
Frank C. Patterson, asst. chief of motor 

transportation section. 
Lawrence W. Kavanagh, procurement 

officer. 

Karl W. Kalassay, v. c 

Elmer C. Hulen, 2d sec. ; v. c 

Alexander 1. Alexopulos, protection ana 

welfare officer. 

Eugene V. Harris, asst. att 

Archer K. Blood, 2d sec. ; v. c 

Richaru VV. Sterling, 2d sec. ; v. c 

Helen W. Rose, v. c 

Louis Bertrand Marr, v. c 

Herbert Gordon, 2d sec; v. c 

Philip Axelrod, 2d sec. ; v. c 

Robert M. Phillips, 2d sec; v. c 

Norah E. Glenn, personnel asst 

J. Marshall Pifer, accountant 

Annis Sanavos, asst. att 

Thomas Rodua, Jr. , motion picture 

officer. 

Marjorie Ruck, aumin. officer 

Irene D. Marshall, procurement ana 

supply officer. 

Sara Margaret Dilley, librarian 

Bart Nelson Stephens, asst. att. (Patras)'- 

Irma Bryant Goodwin, aumin. asst 

Elizal)eth J. Rex, asst. disbursing officer- 
Jofin 7;. White, v. c 



Nov 


6 


1949 


FSS-5 


Sept 


. 1 


1949 


FSS-5 


Oct. 


29 


1950 


FSS-6 


Oct. 


12 


1949 


FSR-4 


July 


1 


1948 


FSS-5 


Apr. 


5 


1950 


FSS-5 


July 


13 


1950 


FSS-5 


Jan. 


7 


1951 


FSS-5 


Sept 


6 


1951 


FSS-5 


Sept 


11 


1951 


FSS-5 


Dec. 


21 


1951 


FSS-6 


July 


18 


1950 


FSO-4 


July 


19 


1950 


FSO-4 


Nov. 


8 


1950 


FSR-4 


Feb. 


28 


1951 


FSR-4 


Oct. 


8 


1951 


FSS-6 


Nov. 


30 


1950 


FSR-5 


Sept 


17, 


1948 


FSS-6 


Sept 


19, 


1949 


FSS-6 


Oct. 


18, 


1950 


FSS-6 


Feb. 


25, 


1951 


FSR-5 


May 


2, 


1949 


FSS-6 


Dec. 


5, 


1949 


FSS-6 


Feb. 


27, 


1950 


FSS-6 


Nov. 


8, 


1950 


FSS-6 


Apr. 


24, 


1951 


fSS-6 


July 


31, 


1951 


FSS-6 


May 


1, 


1950 


FSS-7 


Feb. 


12. 


1952 


FSS-8 


Jan. 


15, 


1951 


FSS-8 


Aug. 


1, 


1951 


FSS-8 


May 


6, 


1951 


FSS-7 


Sept. 


26, 


1951 


FSS-7 


Sept. 


28, 


1949 


FSS-8 


May 


17, 


1949 


FSO-5 


Dec. 


29, 


1943 


FSS-8 


Jan. 


3, 


1952 


FSS-8 


Apr. 


7, 


1950 


FSO-5 


Apr. 


25, 


1951 


FSO-5 


Sept. 


21, 


1941 


FSS-8 


June 


6, 


1951 


FSS-8 


June 


10, 


1949 


FSO-5 


Nov. 


13, 


1950 


FSO-5 


June 


4, 


1951 


FSO-5 


Dec. 


2, 


1949 


FSS-8 


July 


1, 


1951 


FSS-8 


Sept. 


2. 


1951 


FSS-8 


Oct. 


5, 


1951 


FSS-8 


Jan. 


2, 


1952 


FSS-8 


feb. 


19, 


1950 


FSS-9 


Jan. 


15, 


1950 


FSS-9 
FSS-9 

FSS-9 


Aug. 


1. 


1950 


June 


6, 


1949 


FSS-9 


Jan. 


1, 


1952 


FSS-9 



Resident in Patras. 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



63 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Salary 



GREECE--Continued 

Patricia Dana, info, asst 

Joseph W. Donner, 3d sec. ; v. c 

Col. Howard J. John, army att 

Capt. Donald Taylor Wilber, naval att. 

and naval att. for air. 

Lt. Col. John R. Linehan, air att 

Maj. Cecil E. Roberts, asst. army att -- 

Maj. Jacks. Owen, asst. army att 

Maj. Nicholas Granson, asst. army att -- 
Maj. James R. Cranford, asst. army att- 
Capt. William E. Pulos, asst. army att-- 
Capt. Kenneth L. Hoffman, asst. army 

att. 
Comdr. Marion Henry Eppes, asst. naval 

att. and asst. naval att. for air. 
Lt. (jg) Ignatius Sterghos, asst. naval att. 

and asst. naval att. for air. 

Capt. Wayne L. Horr, asst. air att 

Capt. William J. Grundmann, asst. air 

att. 
Capt. James M. Breen, asst. air att 

John B. Holt, cons 

Harry W. Panchot, chief of relay base -- 
Herbert B. Elliott, power plant super- 
visor. 
Frank Herbert Weis, power plant super- 
visor. 
Raymond Eugene Bauguss, admin. officer- 
Frank Tracy Bodine, sr. engineer 

Robert R. Schott, v. c -- - 

Joseph A. Vasile, radio engineer 

Richard M. Hughes, v. c 

William John Koster, radio engineer 

William G. Jones, radio engineer 

Albert B. Miller, v. c 

Alvin Maurice Frazee, radio engineer — 
Samuel William Engle, radio engineer — 
Woodrow Wilson First, radio engineer — 

David Lloyd HoUyer, radio engineer 

James Watson Vines, radio engineer 

Stanley Hickinbottom, radio engineer 

Gordon Eugene Seaver, radio technician-- 

GUATEMALA 



Feb. 20, 1952 
Dec. 12, 1951 

Dec. 19, 1949 
Aug. 24, 1951 

July 17, 1951 
June 29, 1949 
Sept. 2, 1950 
Oct. 5, 1951 
Dec. 8, 1951 
June 21, 1949 
June 23, 1951 

Oct. 7, 1950 

Jan. 30, 1951 

Oct. 25, 1948 
Nov. 16, 1950 

Nov. 27, 1951 

July U, 1951 
Feb. 28, 1950 
Sept. 26, 1949 

Sept. 11, 1950 



Nov. 

Oct. 

Mar. 

Apr. 

Nov. 

Feb. 

Sept. 

Aug. 

Dec. 

Dec. 

Mar. 

Apr. 

July 

Oct. 

Nov. 



1, 1951 
31, 1949 

22, 1950 

15, 1951 

20, 1951 
14, 1950 

1, 1950 

16, 1951 
5, 1950 

16, 1950 

21, 1951 
8, 1951 

29, 1951 

23, 1951 
5, 1951 



FSS-9 --- 
FSO-6 - — 

FSO-3 — 
FSS-3 --- 
FSS-5 -- 


$4,719 
4,393 

9,130 
8,481 
7,455 



FSS-6 - 

FSS-6 — 
FSS-7 — 
FSS-7 -- 
FSS-7 — 
FSO-5 -- 
FSS-8 — 
FSS-8 -- 
FSS-8 — 
FSS-9 — 
FSS-9 — 
FSS-9 — 
FSS-9 — 
FSS-9 — 
FSS-9 — 
FSS-9 — 



6,501 

6,501 
6,267 
5,907 
5,907 
5,513 
5,313 
5,313 
5,313 
4,899 
4,899 
4,719 
4,719 
4,719 
4,719 
4,719 



Rudolf E. Schoenfeld, A. E. and P 

William L. Krieg, 1st sec. ; cons 

Andrew B. Wardlaw, 1st sec. ; cons 

Gilbert E. Larsen, att 

Birch D. O'Neal, att 

Thomas M. Reid, att -- 

William A. Krauss, att 

Harold E. Urist, att --- 

Lydia J. Wright, asst. att -- --- 

James W. Boyd, cons 

William D. Calderhead, v. c. ; asst. att 
Douglass K. Ballentine, 2d sec; v. c -- 
John Calvin Hill, Jr., 2d sec. ; v. c — 

Thomas A. Grunwell, v. c 

Franz E. Krell, asst. att 

Col. Samuel P. Walker, Jr., army att. ^ 
Capt. Alvord John Greenacre, naval att. 
and naval att. for air.^ 



Mar. 
July 
Apr. 
May 
Dec. 
June 
Dec. 
Sept. 
Dec. 
Mar. 
Aug. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Apr. 
Dec. 



13, 1951 
30, 1951 

14, 1950 
29, 1949 

3, 1951 
22, 1951 

7, 1951 
11, 1950 
19, 1949 

15, 1952 
29, 1951 

16, 1948 
29, 1951 
21, 1949 
19, 1951 



Feb. 23, 1950 
June 2, 1950 



FSO-CM - 
FSO-2 --- 
FSO-3 --- 
FSS-3 -- 
FSS-3 --- 
FSR-4 -- 
FSR-4 --- 
FSR-4 — 
FSS-7 — 
FSS-7 - — 
FSS-7 --- 
FSO-5 — - 
FSO-5 --- 
FSS-9 --- 
FSR-5 --- 



11,130 
9,130 
8,721 
8,481 
8,463 
7,563 
7,263 
6,087 
6,087 
5,907 
5,513 
5,513 
5,439 
5,313 



lanagua, San Jose', San Salvador, and Tegucigalpa; army liaison officer at British 

nala, Managua, Mexico City, San Jose, San Salvador, and Tegucigalpa; naval liaison 
duras; resident in Mexico City. 



o«» 



r \-ix\riivji^ oiixivAv^i:* ijAu X . 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Salary 



GUATEMALA- -Continued 



Guatemala (E)- -Continued 
(AA, NA, & Air A)-- 
Continued. 



Col. Charles H. Deerwester, air att.^ -- 
Lt. Comdr. Joseph Merit Tully, Jr., 

asst. naval att. and asst. naval att. 

for air.^ 
Lt. Col. Theodore J. McAdam, asst. air 

att.^ 
Capt. Manuel J. Chavez, Jr., asst. air 

att.i 



Mar. 16, 1950 
May 14, 1951 

June 7, 1951 
Aug. 4, 1950 



HAITI 



Port-au-Prince (E) 



(AA, NA, & Air A) --- 



Cap Haitien (CA) 



Tegucigalpa (E) 



(AA, NA, & Air A) 



San Pedro Sula (C) 

La Ceiba (CA) 

Puerto Cortes (CA) 
Tela (CA) 

Budapest (L) 



Howard K. Travers, A. E. and P 

John H. Burns, 1st sec. ; cons 

Roberts. Folsom, 1st sec; cons 

RoUo F. Stovall, att - - 

Homer George Gayne, att 

David Post, 2d sec. ; v. c 

Vincent T. McKenna, 2d sec. ; v. c 

Slator C. Blackiston, Jr., 2d sec. ; v. c - 
Everett Coe, v. c 

Col. Valentine R. Smith, army att 

Comdr. Paul Brennan Ryan, naval att. 
and naval att. for air.' 

Col. Robert J. Mason, air att. * 

Maj. William F. Pitts, asst. air att." -- 
Capt. Clarence G. Rarick, asst. air att.'' 

Curtis E. Hough, cons, agt 

HONDURAS 

John D. Erwin, A. E. and P 

Byron E. Blankinship, 1st sec. ; cons — 

James Henry Webb, Jr., att 

Samuel Owen Lane, 2d sec. ; cons 

Arden Edward duBois, v. c 

Robert L. Shields, v. c 

Charles G. Mueller, v. c 

Col. Samuel P. Walker, Jr., army att. ^- 
Capt. Alvord John Greenacre, naval att. 

and naval att. for air.^ 
Col. Charles H. Deerwester, air att. '^ -- 
Lt. Comdr. Joseph Merit Tully, Jr., 

asst. naval att. and asst. naval att. 

for air. ^ 
Lt. Col. Theodore J. McAdam, asst. air 

att. 1 
Capt. Manuel J. Chavez, Jr., asst. air 

att. 1 

Alfred J. Pedersen, v. c 

John I. Copeland, v. c 

Loyal R. Baker, cons, agt 

J. F. Aycock, Jr., act. cons, agt 

Marion Ellette Read, cons, agt 

HUNGARY 

Christian M. Ravndal, E. E. and M. P - 

George M. Abbott, couns. of leg 

Sidney K. Lafoon, 1st sec. ; cons 



Oct. 3, 


1951 


FSO-CM - 




June 15, 


1949 


FSO-3 --- 


$ 9, 130 


Feb. 6, 


1952 


FSO-3 — - 


9,130 


Oct. 20, 


1951 


FSS,4 --- 


8,409 


Nov. 21, 


1950 


FSS-6 -- 


6,681 


Aug. 18, 


1950 


FSO-5 --- 


5,913 


May 29, 


1951 


FSO-5 - — 


5,713 


Nov. 13, 


1950 


FSO-5 — - 


5,313 


Apr. 23, 


1951 


FSS-9 --- 


5,079 


June 20, 


1951 






May 5, 


1950 






Jan. 23, 


1951 






June 29, 


1949 






Oct. 18, 


1949 






Dec. 28, 


1944 







Feb. 


2, 


1951 




Nov. 


25, 


1947 


FSO-3 


Sept. 


13, 


1948 


FSS-4 


June 


12, 


1950 


FSO-4 


Oct. 


4, 


1950 


FSS-9 


Jan. 


26, 


1951 


FSS-9 


Jan. 


7, 


1950 


FSS-9 


Feb. 


23, 


1950 




June 


2, 


1950 




Mar. 


16, 


1950 




May 


14, 


1951 




June 


7, 


1951 




Aug. 


4, 


1950 





Jan. 25, 1951 



Dec. 


18. 


1951 


Nov. 


1, 


1948 


July 


1. 


1950 


Apr. 


1. 


1947 



FSS-8 --- 
FSS-10 — 



Oct. 


3, 


1951 


FSO-CM 


May 


22, 


1951 


FSO-2 -- 


Dec. 


17, 


1951 


FSO-3 -- 



^Assigned to Guatemala, Managua, San Jose, San Salvador, and Tegucigalpa. 



9,130 
7,929 
7,563 
5,61£ 
5,07£ 
4,89t 



5,49; 
4,44; 



11,85C 
9, 13C 



Assigned to Guatemala, Managua, Mexico City, San Jose, San Salvador, and Tegucigalpa; naval liaison 
officer at British Honduras; resident in Mexico City. 

•'Assigned also to and resident in Habana. 

*Assigned also to Ciudad Trujillo and Habana; resident in Habana. 

'Assigned also to Guatemala, Managua, San Jose, and San Salvador; army liaison officer at British 
Honduras. 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



65 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Salary 



HUNGARY- -Continued 

Patrick O'Sheel, att 

Seymour M. Finger, 2d sec; cons 

Harolds. Beyerly, att -- 

William Edward Balazs, att 

Emile W. Juhasz, v. c. ; att 

Col. Philip B. Stiness, army att 

Lt. Col. William A. Somerby, Jr., air 

att. 
Capt. William J. Mahoney, asst. army 

att. 

ICELAND 



Edward B. Lawson, E. E 
Morris N. Hughes, couns 

gen. 
Nils William Olsson, 2d sec 
Dorothea Daly, info, officer 
Sidney Sober, 2d sec. ; v. c 

Robert J. Gibbons, v. c 

Orville Harris Goplen, asst. att 

INDIA 



and M. P --- 
of leg. ; cons. 



Chester Bowles, A. E. and P."^ 

Clifford C. Taylor, couns. ofemb. ' -- 
Loyd V. Steere, couns. ofemb. with 

personal rank of minister. ^ 
Everett F. Drumright, couns. of emb 

John A. Loftus, att 

Clifford Henry Willson, dir. of TCA in 
India with personal rank of minister. 
Clare H. Timber lake, couns. of emb 
Henry L. Deimel, Jr., couns. ofemb. 

for econ. affairs. 
Teg C. Grondahl, public affairs officer ■ 

Fraser Wilkins, 1st sec. ; cons 

Andrew Vincent Corry, att.'' 

Wilson E. Sweeney, att 

Norvelle Harrison Sannebeck, att 

Lewis Merkt Lind, att 

Matthew J. Kust, legal adviser 

Howard S. Lahman, att 

Hyde Gilbert BuUer, asst. dir. of pro- 
gram operations. 

Henri Sokolove, att 

Robert A. Hancock, att 

Jay Walker, 1st sec. ; cons 

Henry J. Lawrence, att.' 

Harriet B. Meyer, procurement and 
supply officer. 

Evelyn Weeks Hersey, att 

Konrad Bekker, att 

Clifford Manshardt, att --- 

Richards. Leach, att 

Arthur C. Bartlett, att -— 

John K. Sewall, visual education officer 

Henry T. Robertson, att 

Kenneth M. Barnes, att 

Horace I. Poleman, att 

Jean Joyce, att 

William J. Handley, planning officer -- 
Clarence Edward Pike, att 



o Nepal. 

att. at Katmandu. 

Katmandu. 

Colombo, Kabul, Karachi, and Katmandu. 

Bangkok, Colombo, Kabul, Karachi, and Rangoon. 



Sept. 21, 


1951 


May 4, 


1951 


Aug. 1, 


1949 


June 27, 


1950 


July 4, 


1945 


Nov. 15, 


1951 


July 5, 


1950 


Aug. 16, 


1951 



Oct. 10, 1951 
Mar. 26, 1947 
Feb. 21, 1950 

July 17, 1951 
Jan. 24, 1952 
Nov. 25, 1951 

Dec. 1, 1950 
Nov. 2, 1949 



Feb. 15, 
Dec. 13, 
Aug. 18, 
Aug. 3, 
Mar. 5, 
Sept. 11, 
Jan. 28, 
Feb. 18, 
Feb. 6, 



1952 
1950 
1947 
1951 
1952 
1951 
1952 
1952 
1952 



May 28, 1948 
May 1, 1950 
Dec. 30, 1949 
Mar. 31, 1950 
Feb. 29, 1952 



Mar. 1, 
June 15, 
Sept. 26, 
Nov. 16, 
Jan. 9, 
Jan. 29, 
Feb. 8, 
July 20, 
Dec. 5, 
Nov. 2, 
Nov. 23, 
Jan. 24, 



1948 
1951 
1951 
1951 
1952 
1952 
1952 
1951 
1949 
1951 
1951 
1952 



FSR-4 
FSO-4 
FSS-6 
FSS-6 
FSS-8 



$ 8,763 
6,963 
6,861 
6,681 
5,493 



July 


22, 


1949 


July 


20, 


1951 


May 


20, 


1950 


Feb. 


27, 


1950 


May 


25, 


1950 


Oct. 


22, 


1949 


Jan. 


18, 


1952 



FSO-1 — 




FSO-2 — 


11, 130 


FSR-4 — 


7,263 


FSR-5 --- 


6,113 


FSO-5 - — 


5,513 


FSS-8 --- 


5,313 


FSS-8 --- 


5,313 



FSO-1 - — 


14, 300 


FSO-1 — 


14, 300 


FSO-1 --- 


13,200 


FSR-1 -- 


12,800 


TCA-1--- 


12, 800 


FSO-2 — 


11,850 


FSO-2 — 


11,500 


FSR-2 --- 


11,150 


FSO-2 --- 


11,130 


FSS-1 --- 


10, 550 


FSR-3 --- 


10, 330 


FSS-2 --- 


10,250 


FSR-3 — - 


10,030 


FSS-1 -- 


9,950 


FSR-3 - — 


9,730 


FSS-2 --- 


9,710 


FSS-2 -- 


9,470 


FSS-3 - — 


9,441 


FSO-3 --- 


9,430 


FSS-2 -- 


9,230 


FSS-2 --- 


9,230 


FSS-3 — - 


9,201 


FSR-3 — 


9,130 


FSR-3 — 


9,130 


FSR-3 — - 


9,130 


FSR-3 — - 


9,130 


FSS-3 — 


8,481 


FSS-3 -- 


8,481 


FSS-4 --- 


8,169 


FSR-4 --- 


8,163 


FSS-4 — - 


7,929 


FSS-4 --- 


7,689 


FSS-5 -- 


7,455 



66 



FOREIGN SERVICE LIST: APRIL 1, 1952 



Post 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



New Delhi {E)--Continued-- 



(AA, NA, & Air A) 



Bombay (CG) ■ 



Calcutta (CG) 



INDIA- -Continued 

George Etzel Pearcy, att/ 

Dorothy M. Spencer, att 

LeRoy Makepeace, att. ^ 

Homer Cash Kaye, att 

Joseph I. Krene, att 

Howard Brandon, 2d sec; cons 

Robert Rossow, Jr., librarian 

George E. Hodge, att 

William Davis Rutter, att 

WUliam Edward Dwyer, gen. sers. 

officer. 
Douglas N. Forman, Jr., 2d sec. ; v. c - 
GUford Willis Remington, asst. att. ' — 

Royal D. Bisbee, Jr., asst. att.'' 

Elizabeth G. Robb, asst. att 

Marion Daniel Bailey, asst. att 

Carl Oscar Winberg, asst. att 

Theodore R. Frye, att 

Edith G. Wall, asst. att 

Harold Carl Voorhees, asst. att 

Charles L. Mullin, Jr., asst. att 

Marguerite A. Brown, asst. att 

Edward Joseph Logue, asst. att 

Willis David Lansford, asst. att 

Harrison Parker, program asst. (TCA)-- 

Jack Masey, asst. att 

Alan L. Campbell, Jr., 3d sec. ; v. c -- 
Judith Laikin, 3d sec. ; v. c 

CoU Morris K. Henderson, army att.' -- 
Capt. Hugh Rainey Awtrey, naval att. and 

naval att. for air. 

Col. Mercer F. Davis, air att.' 

Maj. Joseph E. Stopp, asst. army att — 

Capt. June C. Caton, asst. army att 

Capt. John H. Painter, asst. army att -- 
Lt. Hayes Ashton Dorr, asst. naval att. 

and asst. naval att. for air. 
Lt. (jg) Walter Barron Wilton Wilson, 

asst. naval att. and asst. naval att. for 

air. 
Maj. Roberto. Crowder, asst. air att. '- 
1st Lt. Robert L. Tillotson, asst. air 

att. ' 



Prescott Childs, cons, gen.^ 

W. Clyde Dunn, cons.^ 

James G. Evans, cons 

Robert William Ehrman, cons 

Giles A. Hubert, cons 

Jacob Edward Oglesby, v. c 

Eugene D. Sawyer, public affairs officer' 

Thomas Edward Munce, Jr., v. c 

Albert W. Hennig, v. c 

Georgiana C. Remer, v. c 

Catherine Scott, librarian 

David H. Ernst, v. c 

George W. Small, v. c 

Corey B. Sanderson, v. c 

Lawrence B. Wilson, v. c 

Harry G. Barnes, Jr., v. c 



Evan M. Wilson, cons. gen. ' 

George A. Mann, cons 

Dudley Chase Bostwick, econ. officer- 



May 24 


1951 


FSS-5 


Mar. 13 


1950 


FSR-4 


Oct. 19 


1949 


FSS-5 


Oct. 20 


1949 


FSS-5 


June 28 


1951 


FSS-5 


July 1 


1949 


FSO-4 


Mar. 11 


1952 


FSO-4 


Jan. 13 


1952 


FSS-6 


Feb. 5 


1952 


FSS-6 


Feb. 19 


1952 


FSS-7 


Mar. 3 


1950 


FSO-5 


Aug. 4 


1949 


FSR-5 


Sept. 28 


1951 


FSS-7 


Sept. 12 


1947 


FSS-7 


May 1 


1951 


FSS-7 


Oct. 21, 


1949 


FSS-8 


Feb. 18, 


1950 


FSR-5 


May 16, 


1950 


FSS-8 


Apr. 22, 


1949 


FSS-8 


Jan. 12, 


1951 


FSS-8 


July 18, 


1951 


FSS-8 


Dec. 19, 


1951 


FSS-8 


Sept. 26, 


1951 


FSS-9 


Dec. 5, 


1951 


FSS-9 


July 25, 


1951 


FSS-9 


Aug. 14, 


1951 


FSO-6 


Jan. 7, 


1952 


FSO-6 


Sept. 13, 


1951 




Feb. 26, 


1952 




Feb. 27, 


1952 




Dec. 15, 


1949 




July 14, 


1951 




Oct. 16, 


1951 




Apr. 1, 


1950 




July 9, 


1951 




June 26, 


1951 




Feb. 15, 


1949 




Oct. 18, 


1950 


FSO-2 


Aug. 5, 


1950 


FSR-3 


Aug. 6, 


1950 


FSS-2 


Mar. 1, 


1951 


FSR-4 


Mar. 27, 


1951 


FSO-4 


May 31, 


1951 


FSS-6 


Feb. 7, 


1952 


FSR-5 


Nov. 15, 


1950 


FSS-7 


Dec. 4, 


1950 


FSS-7 


Mar. 15, 


1951 


FSS-7 


Sept. 25, 


1951 


FSS-7 


Apr. 6, 


1950 


FSO-5 


May 15, 


1950 


FSS-8 


Sept. 20, 


1949 


FSO-5 


May 9, 


1951 


FSS-9 


Feb. 2, 


1951 


FSO-6 


Apr. 5, 


1950 


FSO-2 


Oct. 17, 


1950 


FSS-2 


Dec. 10, 


1951 


FSR-3 



^ Assigned to Colombo, Kabul, Karachi, Katmandu, and New Delhi; resident in New Delhi. 

Assigned also to Colombo, Kabul, Karachi, and Rangoon. 
^ Assigned also to Colombo, Dacca, Kabul, Karachi, and Lahore. 

* Assigned to and resident in Lucknow. 
Assigned also to Katmandu. 

* Assigned also to Portuguese possessions in India. 
Assigned to serve at and resident in Hyderabad. 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



67 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Salary 



INDIA- -Continued 

Garrett H. Soulen, cons 

Robert H. Linn, cons, att 

Nicholas G. Thacher, cons.' 

John W. Moyer, cons 

John Hanly Esterline, cons 

William G. Gibson, v. c 

Frances H. Baker, v. c 

Jane Fairweather, librarian 

Glenn Lee Smith, v. c 

Elsie Aileen Aderton, v. c 

Gerrit J. W. Heyneker, admin, officer 

Paul Cameron Sherbert, cons 

Gordon P. Hagberg, v. c 

Helen Randolph Sexton, v. c 

Martin Deutsch, v. c 

Otis W. Rhoades, v. c 

Robert A. Christopher, v. c 

Harold George Josif, v. c 

Jesse R. Core, 3d, v. c 

Howard Frank Needham, v. c 

Ralph E. Purcell, v. c. ^ 

Harold M. Otwell, v. c -- 

Donald C. Horan, v. c 

Nancy Dammann, info, asst 

Ruth Jane Cain, v. c 

INDONESIA 



Apr. 13 


1951 


Sept. 3 


1949 


May 4 


1950 


Aug. 15 


1951 


Sept. 13 


1951 


July 26 


1949 


May 21 


1950 


Sept. 26 


1950 


Apr. 18 


1951 


Nov. 30 


1951 


Jan. 25 


1951 


July 18 


1951 


Jan. 24 


1950 


Aug. 11 


1950 


Dec. 3 


1951 


Dec. 27 


1951 


June 6 


1950 


Mar. 23 


1951 


Apr. 25 


1951 


Apr. 19 


1951 


May 30 


1951 


Nov. 8 


1951 


May 17 


1951 


Mar. 28 


1951 


July 16 


1951 



FSO-4 — 


$ 7,863 


FSS-5 --- 


7,095 


FSO-4 --- 


6,963 


FSS-6 — 


6,501 


FSS-6 -- 


6,501 


FSO-5 -- 


6,113 


FSR-5 --- 


6,113 


FSS-8 — - 


5,493 


FSR-5 — - 


5,313 


FSS-8 -- 


5,313 


FSS-9 -- 


5,079 


FSR-4 — - 


8,463 


FSS-6 --- 


6,501 


FSS-6 --- 


6,501 


FSS-7 --- 


5,907 


FSS-8 — 


5,673 


FSO-5 — 


5,513 


FSO-5 --- 


5,313 


FSR-5 — 


5,313 


FSS-8 -- 


5,313 


FSS-8 -- 


5,313 


FSS-8 — 


5,313 


FSS-9 - — 


4,899 


FSS-9 — 


4,719 


FSS-9 — 


4,719 



H. Merle Cochran, A. E. and P 

Theodore J. Hohenthal, 1st sec. ; cons - 

WiUard Anderson Hanna, att 

Albin C. Bro, att 

WUlard O. Brown, 1st sec. ; cons 

Joseph W. Vander Laan, att 

Walter Peter Guzzardi, Jr., att 

Vidkunn Ulriksson, att 

Cushman C. Reynolds, att 

Harry H. Bell, 2d sec. ; cons 

Alfred E. Downs, public affairs officer - 
Lubert O. Sanderhoff, 2d sec. ; cons — 

Edmund R. Johnson, att 

Ralph H. Reaford, att 

Frederick D. Hunt, 2d sec. ; cons 

Ralph C. Rehberg, asst. att 

Robert C. Bone, Jr., 2d sec. ; v. c 

William B. KeUy, v. c 

Kathryn Z. McCoy, disbursing officer -- 
Cherry C. Stubbs, disbursing officer -- 

Roberta 'McKay, asst. att 

Dorothea Western, librarian 

John Clark Kimball, info, officer 

Milton W. Meyer, 3d sec; v. c 

Emmit E. Noland, 3d sec. ; v. c 

Frederick Joseph, 3d sec. ; v. c 

Col. Thomas W. Munford, army att 

Lt. Col. Glenn Lester Todd, naval att. 

and naval att. for air. 

Maj. Thomas E. Stewart, air att 

Maj. Donald L. Husman, asst. army att 
Lt. Comdr. Clifton Eugene Cantlon, 

asst. naval att. and asst. naval att. 

for air. 
Lt. (jg) Edward Ainsworth Horr, asst. 

naval att. 



James W. Gould, v. c 
Clayton H. Bower, v. c 

3 Katmandu. 

ve at and resident in Bangalore. 



Dec. 28 


, 1949 


FSO-CM - 




Dec. 19 


, 1951 


FSO-3 — - 


9,730 


Oct. 21 


, 1947 


FSS-2 -- 


9,470 


Aug. 18 


, 1950 


FSR-3 — - 


9,430 


Feb. 14 


, 1950 


FSO-3 - — 


9,130 


Apr. 29 


, 1947 


FSS-3 — 


8,961 


Dec. 6 


, 1950 


FSS-4 — 


8,649 


Aug. 17 


1951 


FSS-3 — 


8,481 


June 20 


1951 


FSR-4 --- 


7,563 


Jan. 5 


1952 


FSO-4 -- 


7,263 


Mar. 25 


1951 


FSS-5 -- 


7,095 


June 20 


1951 


FSO-4 — - 


6,963 


Feb. 11 


1952 


FSS-6 - — 


6,501 


Feb. 21 


1952 


FSS-6 — 


6,501 


Sept. 18 


1951 


FSO-5 -- 


6,313 


May 2 


1950 


FSS-7 - — 


5,907 


June 1 


1951 


FSO-5 -- 


5,713 


Apr. 25 


1950 


FSS-8 -- 


5,673 


Nov. 13 


1951 


FSS-8 - — 


5,673 


May 2 


1950 


FSS-8 -- 


5,313 


Feb. 8 


1951 


FSS-8 --- 


5,313 


Nov. 4 


1950 


FSS-9 - — 


4,899 


Mar. 3 


1952 


FSS-9 — 


4,719 


Jan. 18 


1951 


FSO-6 — - 


4,593 


Dec. 27 


1951 


FSO-6 — 


4,393 


Aug. 7 


1951 


FSO-6 --- 


4,193 


June 9 


1950 






July 17 


1951 






Dec. 28, 


1950 






Apr. 27 


1950 






June 8, 


1950 






Mar. 10, 


1951 






Nov. 17, 


1950 


FSO-5 -- 


5,513 


Jan. 14, 


1950 


FSS-9 -- 


4,899 






68 



Post 



FOREIGN SERVICE UST: APRIL 1, 1952 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



INDONESIA- -Continued 



Surabaya (C) 



Tehran (E) 



Edward W. Mill, cons 

James A. Elliot, cons, att 
Robert W. Moore, cons -- 
Albert C. Cizauskas, v. c 
William M. Decker, v. c 
Patricia M. Byrne, v. c - 

IRAN 



Ley W. Henderson, A. E. and P 

Arthur L. Richards, couns. of emb 

William Elmo Warne, dir. of TCA in Iran- 
Charles B. Jones, chief of Div. of Constr. 

and Engineering. 
John G. Evans, chief of Div. of Rural 
Improvement. 

Horace V. Geib, att."^ 

Robert M. Carr, couns. of emb 

Douglas F. Reeves, comptroller 

Warren A. Silver, att 

Roy M. Melbourne, 1st sec. ; cons 

Clark S. Gregory, legal couns. (TCA) -- 
Ralph Henry Workinger, rural improve- 
ment officer. 

C. Edward Wells, 1st sec 

Ernest Franklin Fox, att 

Homer A. Mathiesen, rural improve- 
ment officer. 

N. Spencer Barnes, 1st sec. ; cons 

Carl F. Norden, 1st sec. ; cons 

Donald Newton Wilber, att 

James J. Goulden, exec, officer, TCA 
country staff. 

Robert B. Parke, att -- 

John R. Bruce, att 

Lucy Adams, chief of Fielo Party 

George McDonald, att 

Elmer Clifford Bryant, chief of Field 
Party. 

Walter C. McPherson, att --- 

Clary Thompson, att 

Horace Franklin Byrne, chief of Field 
Party. 

Roger Goiran, att 

Stanley R. Lawson, att 

John A. Wedda, att 

John L. Hamilton, att 

Charles C. Finch, att.^ 

Bruce A. Good, property and supply of- 
ficer. 
John H. Stutesman, Jr., 2d sec. ; cons - 
Eladio M. Izquierdo, property and pro- 
curement officer. 
Chester N. Wentworth, supervisor of 
constr. 

W. Allan Jackson, att 

Melvin T. Johnson, program reports 
officer. 

Frank C. Finnell, fiscal officer 

Anthony Cuomo, asst. att 

Charles C. Gidney, Jr., 2c; sec; cons - 

Mary Routh Buchanan, asst. att 

John H. Waller, asst. att 

John 'V. Jelich, Jr., asst. att 

Stuart B. Campbell, Jr., 2d sec. ; v. c 
Robert J. Minges, research asst. , Div. 

of Rural Improvement. 
Bernard F. Deren, v. c 



Feb. 8, 1950 
Mar. 16, 1950 
9, 1952 
13, 1950 
10, 1950 



Jan. 
Mar 
July 



Mar. 11, 1952 



Sept. 19, 1951 
May 24, 1949 
Nov. 8, 1951 
Dec. 21, 1951 

Aug. 28, 1951 

June 13, 1949 
July 6, 1950 
Feb. 19, 1952 
Sept. 10, 1951 
July 13, 1951 
Feb. 9, 1952 
Jan. 5, 1952 

Nov. 3, 1949 
Sept. 8, 1950 
Feb. 21, 1952 

July 1, 1949 
Jan. 23, 1952 
Jan. 8, 1952 
Sept. 9, 1951 

Apr. 15, 1950 
Oct. 1, 1951 
Feb. 16, 1952 
Mar. 31, 1951 
Feb. 6, 1952 

Jan. 15, 1951 
Mar. 20, 1951 
Sept. 23, 1951 

Oct. 1, 1948 
Nov. 3, 1950 
July 12, 1951 
Sept. 13, 1949 
Oct. 2, 1950 
Jan. 5, 1952 

June 24, 1949 
Oct. 16, 1951 

Nov. 7, 1950 

May 26, 1951 
Jan. 22, 1952 



Mar. 

Feb. 

Jan. 

Mar. 

Nov. 

Dec. 

Oct. 

Sept. 



6, 1952 

1, 1951 

12, 1950 

14, 1949 

1, 1950 
14, 1951 

2, 1951 
20, 1951 



Mar. 30, 1950 

■"^ Assigned also to Jidda. 

^Assigned to Iran, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, and the adjacent Sheikhdoms in the Persian Gulf 
State of Kuwait. 



FSR-4 
FSS-5 
FSO-4 
FSS-8 
FSS-8 
FSO-5 



FSO-CM - 
FSO-1 — - 
TCA-1--- 
FSR-2 -- 

TCA-2--- 

FSR-3 --- 
FSO-3 - — 
FSS-1 --- 
FSR-3 --- 
FSO-3 — - 
FSS-2 --- 
FSS-2 --- 

FSR-3 -- 
FSR-3 --- 
FSS-2 --- 

FSO-3 --- 
FSO-3 --- 
FSR-3 --- 
TCA-3 - — 

FSR-4 --- 
FSR-4 - — 
FSo-3 --- 
FSS-3 --- 
FSS-3 --- 

FSR-4 --- 
FSR-4 - — 
TCA-4— - 

FSS-4 --- 
FSS-4 --- 
FSS-4 --- 
FSR-4 - — 
FSS-5 --- 
FSS-5 — - 

FSO-4 — - 
TCA-4 - — 

FSS-6 --- 

FSS-6 - — 
FSS-6 --- 

FSS-6 --- 
FSS-7 --- 
FSO-5 - — 
FSS-7 - — 
FSS-7 --- 
FSS-8 --- 
FSO-5 --- 
TCA-5--- 

FSS-8 --- 



area including the 



POSTS OF ASSIGNMENT 



69 



Name and title 



Assignment 
to post 



Category 
and class 



Salary 



IRAN- -Continued 

Helen H. Bennett, asst. att 

James A. Cook, asst. att 

Emily Whitman, aamin. officer 

James T. Caldwell, asst. att 

Howard E. Stone, asst. att 

Robert Lisle Steiner, Jr., asst. att 

Margaret E. Andersen, disbursing officer 

Ruth Marion Martin, asst. att 

Lewis Hoffacker, 30 sec. ; v. c 

Col. John I. Hincke, army att 

Lt. Comdr. Eric Wilton Pollard, naval 

att. and naval att. for air. 

Lt. Col. James L. Cole, air att 

Maj. Tyron E. Tisdale, asst. army att -- 
1st Lt. George B. Carrington, asst. 

army att. 
1st Lt. Ernest Keith Davis, asst. naval 

att. and asst. naval att. for air. 
Maj. Albert E. Zellefrow, asst. air att -- 
Maj. William R. Keyser, asst. air att -- 

Capt. Jack W. Clark, asst. air att 

Capt. Luther W. Freas, asst. air att 
Capt. Robert H. Toombs, asst. air att -- 
1st Lt. Frank N. Nance, asst. air att — 

J. Hall Paxton, cons ' 

F. Taylor Gurney, public affairs officer ^ 
Elwood Bishop Acker, public affairs 
officer. 

Stewart Paul Smith, v. c 

Robin E. Steussy, cons 

Thomas S. Bloodworth, Jr., v. c 

William C. Burdett, Jr., cons 

Charles W. Cox, v. c 

Harry R. Melone, Jr., v. c 

IRAQ 

Edwards. Crocker, 2d, A. E. and P -- 

Wesley R. Nelson, U.S. rep. on Central 
Development Bd. 

Lewis H. Rohrbaugh, dir. of TCA in Iraq. 

Philip W. Ireland, couns. of emb 

Harry Leroy Smith, 1st sec. ; cons 

Thomas Llnthicum, att 

J. Forrest Crawford, att. ^ 

John Ralph Barrow, 2d sec. ; cons 

David Dunlop Newson, 2d sec. ; cons 

Claude Marcus Cannon, admin, officer -- 

Stanley Howison Schaub, disbursing 
officer. 

Charles C. Finch, att.^ 

Daniel H. Lewis, v. c 

Orville M. Lewis, maintenance super- 
visor. 

Francis N. Magliozzi, 2d sec; v. c 

Constance E. Stone, librarian - -- 

Albert C. Fox, asst. att. -^ 

Robert Allen Wooldridge, asst. admin, 
officer. 

Clifton Virginia Riley, v. c 

Richard Anthony Kerin, Jr., asst. att -- 

Marvin Ward Cramer, asst. att 

William R. Beckett, 3d sec. ; v. c 

irve at and resident in Shiraz. 

to Beirut and Damascus; resident in Beirut. 

an, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, and the adjacent Sheikhdoms in the Persian Gulf area including the 



Mar. 


29, 


1951 


Apr. 


18, 


1951 


Dec. 


1, 


1951 


Feb. 


1, 


1951 


Feb. 


1, 


1952 


Mar. 


H, 


1950 


Dec. 


28, 


1950 


Jan. 


24, 


1952 


Feb. 


1, 


1951 


Aug. 


30, 


1950 


Feb. 


1, 


1951 


July 


24, 


1950 


Apr. 


14, 


1951 


Dec. 


10, 


1949 


Feb. 


21, 


1951 


Sept 


26, 


1951 


Nov. 


9, 


1951 


June 29, 


1949 


Dec. 


7, 


1950 


Mar 


28, 


1951 


Jan. 


24, 


1951 


July 


18, 


1951 


Dec. 


27, 


1951 


Nov. 


7, 


1951 


Dec. 


18, 


1950 


Mar 


30, 


1951 


Jan. 


23 


1952 


Aug. 


24 


1950 


Mar 


3 


1950 


Jan. 


16, 


1952 



FSS-8 --- b 5,313 


FSS-8 --- 


5,313 


FSS-8 --- 


5,313 


FSS-9 --- 


5,079 


FSS-9 --- 


5,079 


FSS-9 --- 


4,899 


FSS-9 --- 


4,719 


FSS-9 --- 


4,719 


FSO-6 --- 


4,393 


FSO-3 --- 


9,130 


FSS-3 -- 


8,721 


FSS-8 -- 


5,493 


FSS-10 -- 


4,323 


FSO-5 --- 


6,113 


FSO-5 --- 


5,713 


FSO-3 --- 


9,130 


FSS-6 --- 


6,501 


FSO-6 -- 


4,193 



Sept.